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This calendar of Chicago architectural events is jointly sponsored by Repeat and the Chicago Architectural Club.

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   December 1, Thursday  

Structural Engineers' Buildings Conference & Expo

7:00 A.m - 7:00 P.M. - Fairmont Hotel
Sponsors: Structural Engineer, CE News, Structural Engineers Association of Illinois
$695.00 full conference, $395.00 one day pass, invididual sessions $125.00

Opening day of two-day conference that will address one of the major issues facing the nation: how to meet the building needs of a rapidly growing population. According to a recent report by the Brookings Institution, over the next 25 years, residential and commercial development will be unprecedented—50 percent of all office buildings, stores, and factories needed to serve a projected population of 376 million Americans don't even exist today. The Structural Engineers' Buildings Conference & Expo is the first conference for structural engineers to focus specifically on meeting this construction challenge. The program will feature more than 25 sessions organized into three educational tracks: Code Updates; Design and Analysis; and Project Management.

Register on-line Conference session descriptions. Information: or call Liz Collins at 312-628-5870 ext 223.

Downtown Churches & Synagogues

12:15 P.M. - Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington, Millennium Park Room, 5th floor southeast
Sponsor: Friends of the Downtown, Center for Religious Architecture
Free event

Suzanne Morgan, President of the Center for Religious Architecture and Denis McNamara, author of Heavenly City , The Architecture of the Archdiocese of Chicago, discuss the history of the downtown area as a neighborhood, the churches and synagogues in the area and how the congregations have changed along with the downtown demographics. Architectural changes to support the changing ministries will also be presented. A slide presentation of downtown religious buildings will be featured along with a map of the downtown area and locations of the religious buildings. Featured buildings will include Grace Place interfaith space at 637 South Dearborn, Chicago Temple, First United Methodist Church at 77 West Washington, Episcopal Church of the Ascension at 1133 North LaSalle Street, and St. James Chapel at Quigley Seminary, Rush and Pearson.

Information: 312/458.9454 or on-line

Commission on Chicago Landmarks

Monthly meeting. 12:45 P.M., 33 N. LaSalle, Room 1600
Note: Permit Review Committee meets after Landmarks Commission - estimated start time 1:30 P.M.
Open to the public

December Agenda

   December 2, Friday

Structural Engineers' Buildings Conference & Expo

7:00 A.m - 5:00 P.M. - Fairmont Hotel
Sponsors: Structural Engineer, CE News, Structural Engineers Association of Illinois
$695.00 full conference, $395.00 one day pass, invididual sessions $125.00

Closing day of two-day conference that will address one of the major issues facing the nation: how to meet the building needs of a rapidly growing population. See December 1st entry for more information.

Register on-line Conference session descriptions. Information: or call Liz Collins at 312-628-5870 ext 223.

   December 3, Saturday

Environmentally Responsible Remodeling - Cutting your project Costs in Half

10:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. - Chicago Center for Green Technology, 445 North Sacremento Boulevard
Sponsor: Chicago Center for Green Technology,
Free event. Registration required.

Learn the in's, out's and how to's of planning a remodeling project that recycles and reuses existing building materials., while increasing your home's comfort. Bring your project questions and plan sets for group discussion.

Register via email or call 312/746.9642

   December 5, Monday

Making Green Cents

8:00 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. - 77 W. Jackson Blvd. 3rd Floor Conference Center
Sponsor: University of Illinois Chicago School of Public Health, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
$75.00

The purpose of this three-day conference is to introduce strategies for designing affordable, efficient, cost effective and sustainable multifamily housing to developers, architects and contractors. The conference will address how the construction of efficient building envelopes, structures, and systems can promote sustainability, contribute to affordibility, minimie construction time, and promote long-term energy savings, thus expanding the definition of affordble housing beyond the first costs of construction to include the life cycle cost of the facility.

Today's keynote, on Research on Affordable housing:  Costs, trade offs and Case Studies, will be presented by Bill Zoeller, Steven Winters Architects

Register on-line or by calling 312/ 996.6904 - Information and schedule and course detail here.

   December 6, Tuesday

Making Green Cents

9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. - 77 W. Jackson Blvd. 3rd Floor Conference Center
Sponsor: University of Illinois Chicago School of Public Health, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
$75.00

Second day of three-day conference is to introduce strategies for designing affordable, efficient, cost effective and sustainable multifamily housing to developers, architects and contractors. See December 5th entry for details.

Today's keynote speaker will be Sadhu Johnston, Commissioner, City of Chicago, Department of Environment. This afternoon will also include a session on Case Studies in Sustainable Housing – Sanctuary Place by Kevin Pierce, Architect, Farr Associates

Register on-line or by calling 312/ 996.6904 - Information and schedule and course detail here.

LEED Standards for Neighborhood Developments

5:00 P.M. - Burnham Conference Center at APA • 122 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 1600
Sponsor: American Planning Association
Free event, limited seating.

The green building movement has exploded thanks to the widespread adoption of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) criteria. In this session, Doug Farr will give an update on the LEED-Neighborhood Development standards and a framework for developing leadership standards further into the land-use arena.

Douglas Farr is the founding principal and president of Farr Associates Architecture and Urban Design, established in 1990. He has received recognition in the firm's three areas of practice: sustainable architecture, urban design and planning, and historic preservation. He is currently working to initiate a new rating system and policy, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Neighborhood Development (LEED-ND), a targeted effort to create a LEED rating system for developments that incorporate green and sustainable elements into site selection.

Information or email or call 312/431.9100

Performance-Based Engineering

5:15 P.M. cash bar; 6:00 P.M. dinner, 7:00 program -410 Club, Wrigley Building, 410 North Michigan
Sponsor: Structural Engineerers Association of Illinois
$40.00
for SEAOI members; $45.00 for non-members
7.5 hours of continuing education credit

A presentation by Dr. Jack P. Moehle of the University of California at Berkley outlining concepts of performance-based earthquake engineering, including seismic hazard analysis, structural and nonstructural modeling and analysis, damage assessment, and quantification of losses in ways that facilitate decision-making. The presentation includes an example application that introduces a new performance assessment methodology that incorporates practical loss estimation procedures in a rigorous yet efficient way. 

Reservations: call Donna Childs at 312.649.4600 x200 by Friday, December 2, 2005

SAH Annual Show & Tell

5:30 Cocktails, 6:30 P.M. dinner - Cliff Dwellers - 200 S Michigan Ave (the Borg-Warner Building) 22nd floor penthouse
Sponsor: Chicago Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians
$40.00 members; $42.00 non-member guests

The Chicago Chapter Society of Architectural Historians' annual "Show and Tell" at the Cliff Dwellers. Have a cup of holiday cheer (cash bar) while taking in the spectacular night view of downtown Chicago with Millennium Park in the foreground and enjoy a lovely dinner in the penthouse dining room. Members are invited to "Show and Tell" about a recent trip, tour, or special architectural subject for a maximum time of ten minutes per person. Only a limited number (not more than six) people can be accommodated, so please contact us early. An LCD and 35mm slide carousel projectors will be provided, but each confirmed presenter is requested to bring their slides in their own carousel. As a courtesy, members are requested not to show their own professional work. We look forward to seeing what kinds of architecture have interested you this year.

Information or email.

   December 7, Wednesday

Making Green Cents

9:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. - 77 W. Jackson Blvd. 3rd Floor Conference Center
Sponsor: University of Illinois Chicago School of Public Health, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
$75.00

Closing day of three-day conference is to introduce strategies for designing affordable, efficient, cost effective and sustainable multifamily housing to developers, architects and contractors. See December 5th entry for details.

Today is devoted to an optional tour of Sanctuary Place, the Chicago Center for Green Technology, and Wentworth Commons

Register on-line or by calling 312/ 996.6904 - Information and schedule and course detail here.

The Creation of the Shure Technology Center

12:15 P.M. - John Buck Gallery, Chicago Architecture Foundation, 224 South Michigan
Sponsor: Chicago Architecture Foundation
Free event - part of CAF Eric R. Multhauf Lunchtime Lecture series. Guests are welcome to bring a bag lunch. A Corner Bakery is also on the premises.

Mark P. Sexton, AIA, prinipal, Krueck & Sexton Architects

Information: 312/922.3432 x266  or on-line

Residential Roundtable in Evanston

5:30 - 7:30 P.M - Evanston Public Library, 1703 Orrington Ave.
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Housing KC
Free for members, $15.00 for nonmembers

Join fellow residential architects in a roundtable discussion of issues you and your peers face when designing single-family residences. How did you resolve them? Topics will include best practices, construction, codes, client relations, marketing, hiring, and more. This session may lead to further roundtables; help determine their direction by joining us.

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

Steven Holl: Urbanisms

6:00 P.M. - Rubloff Auditorium, Art Institute of Chicago (enter through Columbus)
Sponsor: Architecture and Design Society of the Art Institute of Chicago, AIA Chicago
$15.00 general public, $10 members of AIA Chicago and A&D Society, $5.00 students

Steven Holl founded Steven Holl Architects in New York in 1976. Since that time, he has become known for his inventiveness with sculptural form making and use of light, as well as his acute attention to the poetics of space, color, and materiality. Holl's interest in porosity and chance determination are expressed through works such as the Simmons Hall dormitory at M.I.T in Boston, the soon-to-be-completed Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Extension in Kansas City, and the recently announced competition win for the Knokke-Heist Casino in Belgium. Most recently the Smithsonian Institution awarded the architect with the 2002 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in Architecture.

Register for this event. Information: 312/443-7300

Robert Bruegmann - Sprawl: A Compact History

6:00 P.M. - Graham Foundation, 4 West Burton Place
Sponsor: Graham Foundation
Free event. Reservations required.

Most observers believe that sprawl is recent and peculiarly American. They also believe it is economically inefficient, socially inequitable, environmentally irresponsible, aesthetically ugly, and that it should be stopped. Robert Bruegmann argues that sprawl is as old as cities themselves and can be seen as a logical consequence of economic growth and the democratization of society. He does not deny that sprawl, like any settlement pattern, does cause problems, but he claims that it has also provided major benefits. For this reason, despite all the efforts to halt it, sprawl today appears to be the preferred settlement pattern for middle-class families worldwide. Attempts to stop it, moreover, have tended to produce unintended consequences that are arguably worse than the sprawl itself. Copies of Sprawl: A Compact History (University of Chicago Press, 2005) will be available for purchase after the lecture.

Register on-line 312.787.4071

   December 8, Thursday

The Impact of the Illinois Central Railroad on the Lakefront System

12:15 P.M. - Chicago Cultural Center, 77 E. Randolph, Claudia Cassidy Theater
Sponsor: Friends of the Parks
Free event

The history of Chicago parallels the history of transportation in the U.S. Settled at the confluence of Lake Michigan and the Chicago River, Chicago is located where it is because of the earliest transportation mode, boats. The railroads were the second transportaion system to shape the City of Chicago, particularly the Illinois Central Railroad, which had an impact on Chicago's lakefront through the 21st Century.

Information: 312/857.2757 or on-line

AIA Chicago Annual Meeting

5:00 P.M - University Club, 76 E. Monroe St.
Sponsor: AIA Chicago
$10.00 members, $15.00 for nonmembers accompanying members.

Celebrate the conclusion of AIA Chicago's 136th year. Special guest will be Terri Hemmert, long-time WXRT host, who will speak on music and architecture. Reception begins at 5:00 p.m.; program at 6:00 p.m.

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

Hiring and Qualifying Green Contractor for Professionals

6:00 - 8:00 P.M. - Chicago Center for Green Technology, 445 North Sacremento Boulevard
Sponsor: Chicago Center for Green Technology,
Free event. Registration required.

How do you know if you are hiring the right contractor for your green remodeling project? What questions should you ask? Where should you look? Join us for an informative discussion and review some projects that you might be considering.

Register via email or call 312/746.9642

   December 9, Friday

Magnificent Obsession: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buildings and Legacy in Japan

6:00 and 8:15 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members)

Magnificent Obsession explores Frank Lloyd Wright’s lifelong love of all that is Japanese, and details a six-year Tokyo sojourn, 1917-1922, that revitalized the Prairie-Style master’s flagging career. Meticulously researched, the film delves into lesser-known aspects of the Wright legend and illuminates Wright’s creative process while documenting his lasting influence and legacy in Japan.

Information: 312/846.2600 

   December 10, Saturday

Magnificent Obsession: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buildings and Legacy in Japan

3:30 and 7:30 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 9th entry for details

   December 11, Sunday

Magnificent Obsession: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buildings and Legacy in Japan

3:00 and 5:30 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 9th entry for details

   December 12, Monday

Magnificent Obsession: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buildings and Legacy in Japan

6:00 and 8:15 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 9th entry for details

   December 13, Tuesday

Chicago Community Development Commission

Monthly meeting. 1:00 P.M., City Council Chambers
Open to the public

November Community Development Commission agenda (December agenda not yet available)

Charlie Lazor: the FlatPak House

6:00 P.M. - Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 East Chicago Avenue
Sponsor: Museum of Contemporary Art
Free with museum admission. Registration required.($3.00 registration charge)

Architect Charlie Lazor will talk about his modular housing, the Flatpak House.

Register on-line or call 312/397.4010 Information

Magnificent Obsession: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buildings and Legacy in Japan

6:00 and 8:15 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 9th entry for details

The Sullivan Residence; A Green Building Case Study for Professionals

6:00 - 8:00 P.M. - Chicago Center for Green Technology, 445 North Sacremento Boulevard
Sponsor: Chicago Center for Green Technology,
Free event. Registration required.

George and Susan Sullivan are residents of Chicago's far north side, and George is a Green General Contractor. The Sullivans renovated their 4 flat home using the latest in green building technology. George will talk about his holistic approach to Green Renovations from project planning, energy efficient strategies, building selection, building site capacity, material selection, construction recycling, energy efficiency in building systems, reducing the building footprint on the urban environment, and many other lessons learned from this project.

Register via email or call 312/746.9642

   December 14, Wednesday

AIA Chicago Holiday Lunch

12:00 P.M Noon - The Cliff Dwellers, 200 S. Michigan Ave.
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Regional and Urban Design KC
$20.00 for members and for nonmembers accompanying members.

Reservations for this annual gathering are required by December 7; limited to 30 people..

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

Recent Work and Ruminations

12:15 P.M. - John Buck Gallery, Chicago Architecture Foundation, 224 South Michigan
Sponsor: Chicago Architecture Foundation
Free event - part of CAF Eric R. Multhauf Lunchtime Lecture series. Guests are welcome to bring a bag lunch. A Corner Bakery is also on the premises.

Dan Wheeler, FAIA, principal, Wheeler Kearns Architects

Information: 312/922.3432 x266  or on-line

Mary Jane Jacob: Practicing in Public: Confessions of an ex-museum curator

6:00P.M. - Archeworks, 625 N. Kingsbury, at Ontario
Sponsor: Archeworks
Free event

Mary Jane Jacob employs the genre of site-specific artists’ projects as a curatorial practice to address the social landscapes of the places in which we live today. In this lecture she will focus on projects that have evolved over a sustained practice in Charleston, South Carolina—a romantic landscape that has also served as a potent terrain for clarifying questions around public practice.

Register - Information or call:312/867.7254

Magnificent Obsession: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buildings and Legacy in Japan

6:00 and 8:15 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 9th entry for details

   December 15, Thursday

Engineered Wood Products

12:00 - 1:00 P.M - Chicago Bar Association, 321 S. Plymouth Court
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Regional and Urban Design KC
Free for members, $15.00 for nonmembers
1 LU/HSW

With the expanding choice and use of engineered wood products (EWP) in today's housing market, learn how to properly select, detail and install these materials. Karyn Beebe, PE, from Field Services Division of APA- The Engineered Wood Association, will introduce plywood, oriented strand board (OSB), glue-laminated timbers (glulam), I-joists, laminated veneer lumber (LVL); benefits of engineered wood; proper application and limitations. Bring lunch or buy at CBA cafeteria (purchase lunch ticket in first floor shop).

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

Art Glass Domes at the Chicago Cultural Center

12:15 - 1:00 PM - Claudia Cassidy Theater, 2nd Floor, Chicago Cultural Center, 77 E. Randolph Street
Sponsor: Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois
Free Event

Neal Vogel, Restoric, LLC, will present the history, design, and proposed restoration approach for the art glass domes of the Grand Army of the Republic Hall and Preston Bradley Hall in the Chicago Cultural Center—respectively attributed to Messrs. Healy & Millet (Chicago) and Tiffany Glass and Decorating Co. (New York).  The presentation will also cover the current and proposed artificial lighting of the domes, along with the potential re-introduction of natural daylight

 
Information: Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois; 312/922.1742

Chicago Plan Commission

Monthly meeting. 1:00 P.M., City Council Chambers
Open to the public

November Plan Commission agenda (December agenda not yet available)

YAF/IMI Holiday Party

5:30 - 9:30 P.M - Hard Rock Cafe, 63 W. Ontario St.
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Young Architects Forum, IMI, BAC Plasterers
Free for members and nonmembers

Cast your own plaster holiday ornament with the help of BAC journeymen plasterers and IMI plastering instructors. View samples of different plastering techniques and case studies of Chicago-area plastering projects. This annual event celebrates Chicago’s tradition of ornamental plastering with a holiday theme. No charge but registration is required: we have room for 100 only.

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

Magnificent Obsession: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buildings and Legacy in Japan

6:00 and 8:15 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street (FINAL NIGHT)
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 9th entry for details

   December 16, Friday

Film: Antonio Gaudí

6:15 and 7:45 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members)

The wild, undulating, joyously erupting forms created by Barcelona architect Antonio Gaudí inspired this popular cult film from 1985 by Hiroshi Teshigahara. Teshigahara’s eye for texture, shape and sensual detail meets Gaudí’s whimsy in the cinematic exploration of masterpieces of visionary architecture. Forgoing narration, Teshigahara accompanies his images with a brilliantly eclectic selection of music, ranging from baroque harpsichord to glass orchestra

Information: 312/846.2600 

   December 17, Saturday

Historic Holidays on Prairie Avenue

10:00 A.M - 8:00 P.M. - Glessner Coach House, 1800 S. Prairie Avenue
Sponsor: Glessner House Museum
Free Holiday Bazaar (all day), Family Afternoon( 2:00-4:00 P.M). $10.00 per person; 6:00 P.M Candlelight tour $18.00 person, $14.00 for children 8 and older.

Christmas holiday festival at the Clarke and Glessner House Museums on Prairie Avenue includes holiday bazaar of handcrafted items, horse-drawn wagon rides, candlelight tours of both museums.

Reservations recommended for Family Afternoon, required for Candlelight Tour. Call 312/326.1480

Film: Antonio Gaudí

3:15, 4:45, 6:15, and 7:45 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 16th entry for details

   December 18, Sunday

Film: Antonio Gaudí

3:15 and 4:45 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 16th entry for details

   December 19, Monday

Film: Antonio Gaudí

6:15, and 7:45 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 16th entry for details

   December 20, Tuesday

Film: Antonio Gaudí

6:15, and 7:45 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 16th entry for details

   December 21, Wednesday

Archeworks Fall final critique

5:30 P.M. - Archeworks, 625 N. Kingsbury, at Ontario
Sponsor: Archeworks
Free event
Student teams present design projects to the public

Register - Information or call:312/867.7254

Film: Antonio Gaudí

6:15, and 7:45 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 16th entry for details

  December 22, Thursday

6:15, and 7:45 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street (FINAL NIGHT)
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 16th entry for details

  December 23, Friday

Film: Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan

6:15 and 8:00 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members)

A poetic history of the American skyscraper, Tall is rich in sumptuous images of the work of the great Louis Sullivan and that of his contemporaries. Making evocative use of period postcards, engravings, and architectural drawings, director Kirchheimer constructs an entertaining history of “the pursuit of vertical dreams” that had late nineteenth-century architects vying to build castles in the air. The film centers around the conflict between the opposing philosophies of Daniel Burnham and his arch-rival Sullivan.

Information: 312/846.2600 

  December 26, Monday

Film: Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan

6:15 and 8:00 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 23rd entry for details

  December 27, Tuesday

Film: Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan

6:15 and 8:00 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 23rd entry for details

  December 28, Wednesday

Film: Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan

6:15 and 8:00 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 23rd entry for details

  December 29, Thursday

Film: Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan

6:15 and 8:00 P.M. - Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State Street (Final Night)
Sponsor: Gene Siskel Film Center
$9.00 ($7.00 CAF members and students, $5.00 Film Center members) - see December 23rd entry for details

     

 

 


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