National Building Arts Center Announces Summer Lecture Series

National Building Arts Center Announces Summer Lecture Series

The National Building Arts Center in Sauget, IL is hosting a summer lecture series highlighting topics and research selected by regional subject matter experts in the building arts. The lectures are free (tickets required) and open to the public. Select areas of the NBAC campus will be made available for self-guided touring before and after each lecture.

The lineup is:

Tuesday, June 14th at 6:30pm Architectural Historian and NBAC President Michael Allen will present “Architectural Terra Cotta in St. Louis: A History Across Five Blocks of One Street”. [Tickets]

Tuesday, June 21st at 6:30pm Meg Lousteau, Director of Cultural Resources in the City of St. Louis will present “When Bad Things Happen to Good Buildings”. [Tickets]

Tuesday, July 5th at 6:30pm Architect and NBAC Vice President, Mike Jackson will present “Heavy Lifting: Cast Iron on Main Street”. [Tickets]

Tuesday, July 12th at 6:30pm Project Reviewer for The Illinois State Historic Preservation Office, Darius Bryjka will present “Mesker Brothers: Storefronts of America” [Tickets]


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