Upcoming free Historic Preservation and Community Planning Simons lectures

Fall semester has commenced and the faculty and staff are getting back into the busy swing of things, and that includes several upcoming architectural history and preservation oriented Simons lectures. You won’t want to miss the following great programs, which are free and open to the public. Don’t forget, you can view the event locations and times on the google calendar page of the blog as well:

September 10 in Room 309 of the Simons Center for the Arts
“The Construction and Restoration of the Johnston- Felton- Hay House, 1855 to the Present.”
Jonathan Poston, Senior Director of Properties for the Georgia Trust and Director of the Hay House

September 24 in Room 309 of the Simons Center for the Arts
Of Phones and Drones: New Ways and Old Buildings in the Northeast
Annebelle Radcliffe-Trenner AIA RIBA LEED, President of Historic Building Architects, Trenton, NJ

October 15 in Room 227 of the Addlestone Library with an associated exhibit on the 2nd Floor
Three Perspectives of Hobcaw Barony Plantation near Georgetown, SC
College of Charleston Professors Ralph Muldrow, James L. Ward, Barry Stiefel

November 5 in Room 309 of the Simons Center for the Arts
Palladio in Italy and America: the Best Architect Ever?
Duncan Stroik, AIA, President, Duncan Stroik Architects and Professor of Architecture at Notre Dame