Architecture Lecture Series
Have you ever wondered about the deeper significance behind a pretty building? Aspen Art Museum’s annual architecture lecture series aims to initiate conversation about the impact of architecture in our community. In the final lecture, founder and principal of Oakland-based A+D architecture firm Douglas Burnham will discuss how his firm’s projects stimulate and transform urban areas. The event is highly interactive, as audience members will have a chance to ask questions and mingle with Burnham after the presentation. Thu 6-9 p.m.
Venue: Limelight Hotel
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