2014 SAH AWARDS GALA

Honoring Chicago's early
preservation initiators and
continuing supporters

Benefiting the restoration of
the Charnley-Persky House

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CHARNLEY-PERSKY HOUSE
RESTORATION EFFORT

SAH receives $10,000
Challenge Grant for
restoration after flooding
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H. ALLEN BROOKS
TRAVELLING FELLOWSHIP


$50K fellowship for study 
by travel for one year
Deadline October 1, 2014

Read about Brooks Fellow 
Amber Wiley's visit to Antigua 

Blog

By Brooks Fellow Amber N. Wiley

cemetery views

Landscape of loss. German Guatemalans. Sensational cemetery. Underwater wonderland.

When I laid my head down in my Quetzaltenango hostel I had to laugh. I was lying down in a location I did not know existed just a month prior. This city was not on my itinerary, not even on my radar. I ended up in Quetzaltenango, called “Xela,” by residents, thanks to Lonely Planet and some tourist shuttle agency fliers.

Members in the News

SAH Deadlines & Dates

Awards & Fellowships   Deadline 
Sally Kress Tompkins/HABS
Fellowship 

  12/31
Charles E. Peterson
Fellowship 

 
1/2 

 
Call for Sessions   Deadline 
2016 Pasadena/Los Angeles    1/16 
     
Events   Date
SAH Awards Gala
  11/8
Elizabeth Diller: Beyond
the Blueprints

  11/9 

Opportunities

  • Tom Kundig Lecture at Tulane University School of Architecture

    New Orleans | Dates: 27 – 28 Oct, 2014
    Tom Kundig, FAIA, founding principal of Olson Kundig Architects in Seattle, will discuss his background and influences and how they have shaped his work. The lecture will focus on his work with buildings and landscape, the nature of community, and the craft of building.
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  • Towanda: An American Town Pictured

    New York | Dates: 29 Oct – 13 Nov, 2014
    During the fall of 2013, 15 students from Parsons The New School for Design collaborated with Documentary Strategies instructor, Vincent Cianni, in an effort to document the town of Towanda, PA through photography, interviews, and video. The resulting body of work, including a series of photographs by Towanda High School students, formed a portrait of a community that expands received notions of documentation, subject, and observation. The project was further developed by a team of graphic designers led by Parsons Graphic Design professor Jeanne Verdoux. The 16 designers collaborated to produce a printed poster-catalog of the project, a live website, and an overall graphic identity that complemented and broadened the scope of the work of the photography students.
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  • Columbus Indiana Architecture Tour

    Columbus & Indianapolis | Dates: 16 – 19 Oct, 2014
    This unique tour offers an in-depth look at the rich treasure trove of Modern architecture in Columbus, Indiana. The exceptional quality and quantity of noteworthy architecture in Columbus provides the architecture enthusiast a rare opportunity to see much in a relatively short period of time. This program will include: a special extended Curator’s Tour of the J. Irwin & Xenia Miller House, the jewel in the Columbus architectural crown, led by Bradley C. Brooks, Director of Historic Resources, Indianapolis Museum of Art; multiple guided coach and walking tours with access to numerous interiors, some by special arrangement; and a visit to the Columbus Architectural Archive with Director Anthony J. Costello, Irving Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Architecture at Ball State University, who will also provide an evening presentation and guide one tour. The trip will conclude with a survey tour of selected Modern and contemporary architectural highlights of Indianapolis, including projects funded by the Irwin-Sweeney-Miller family of Columbus.
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