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Opportunity Type: Exhibitions
Title: Brückenschlagen! Building Bridges
City: Chicago
State: Illinois
Country: United States
Summary: The open air exhibition “Brückenschlagen! Building Bridges” on Two North Riverside Plaza shows 24 historic and contemporary photographs of bridges in Chicago and Hamburg.
Start Date: September 02, 2014
End Date/Deadline: September 30, 2014
Opportunity Type: Conferences
Title: IntenCITY: IDA 60th Annual Conference and Tradeshow
City: Ottawa
Country: Canada
Summary: IntenCITY: this year’s annual IDA conference and tradeshow will focus on intensification of downtowns and districts worldwide.
Start Date: September 03, 2014
End Date/Deadline: September 06, 2014
Opportunity Type: Lectures / Symposia
Title: Rechargeable Buildings: Battery Storage Comes to NYC
City: New York
State: New York
Country: United States
Summary: Battery storage could provide a solution when energy demand spikes beyond what New York City's electric grid is able to handle. Join us for a discussion with John Cerveny (Director of Resource Management with NY-BEST) about the different battery options, how they reduce demand, and the financial incentives available for installation.
Start Date: September 03, 2014
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Opportunity Type: Lectures / Symposia
Title: Emerson and Whitman: The Poets Who Inspired Wright
City: Oak Park
State: Illinois
Country: United States
Summary: Transcendentalism had a profound influence on Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural practice as well as that of Louis Sullivan, who Wright deemed his “Lieber Meister,” or beloved master. Through a presentation by scholar Karen Karbiener and readings of poetry written by Ralph Waldo Emerson and Walt Whitman, this program will provide background on the religious and philosophical movement that permeated American art, architecture, and literature in the nineteenth century. The program will be presented at Unity Temple, one of Wright’s greatest public buildings. Designed from 1905-1908 for the congregation of Oak Park Unity Church, the building reflects the ideals and religious philosophy of Unitarianism, especially as the religion relates to Emerson’s transcendentalist concepts of individualism and self-realization.
Start Date: September 04, 2014
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