Friday, July 28 at 6pm
Unfolded: How Architecture Saved my Life with Bart Voorsanger
The unusual format by Alastair Gordon’s Unfolded of architectural monograph AND memoir reveals real insight into the design process and its public impact. As in the monograph, Bart Voorsanger’s discussion will offer an exceptionally candid discussion of architecture and its life impact.
Bart Voorsanger has exhibited in individual and group shows at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Museum of Modern Architecture, Helsinki; the Harvard Graduate School of Design; Columbia, New York and Rice Universities; Rhode Island School of Design; the Architectural Association of London; The Brooklyn Museum; the German Architecture Museum, Frankfurt and the Hudson River Museum. New York. He has served on many national and international juries for design awards, and became a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. He is the former Chair of the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture at Columbia University, the Architectural Review Panel for the Port Authority or New York and New Jersey and the Architectural Foundation in New York.
Open to the public.
Suggested donation $5.
La Grua Center
32 Water Street, Stonington, CT 06378
Free parking for La Grua Center is located in the lot at Stonington Commons, 32 Water Street. We’re the little stone building on the green in the center of the Commons.