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Civic Order: The Legacy of Classicism in Charleston’s Public Realm

Civic Order: The Legacy of Classicism in Charleston’s Public Realm

Vitruviana 2014 is the third in a series of annual Charleston symposia examining the development of classical architecture in America through the lens of the  South Carolina Lowcountry.


Thursday, April 10
Opening Reception at 6:00 pm

Friday, April 11
Lectures Beginning at 9:00 am (Charleston Museum Auditorium)

Saturday, April 12
Tour Beginning at 10:00 am


Dr. Carl R. Lounsbury
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation / Senior Architectural Historian

Jonathan H. Poston
Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation  / Sr. Director of Properties / Hay House Director

Calder Loth
Virginia Department of Historic Resources / Retired Senior Architectural Historian

Dr. Bernard L. Herman
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill / George B. Tindall Distinguished Professor of American Studies and Folklore

Dr. Faye L. Jensen
South Carolina Historical Society  / Executive Director

Jenny Bevan
Bevan & Liberatos / Partner / Independent Scholar