Preservation Pasadena: Craftsman to Modern
November 6 - 15, 2020
After 28 years Pasadena Heritage’s Craftsman Weekend is reimagined with a broader frame and a new name! The city of Pasadena is home to some of the most notable examples of architect-designed properties from Craftsman style to Mid-Century and everything in between. Explore architectural style and design over five decades and learn the connections and differences that illustrate how architecture changed through time. Join us from the comfort of your own home for this year’s Fall education event, Preservation Pasadena: Craftsman to Modern.
We will be hosting a virtual, 10-day celebration of preservation and architecture and will include tours, lectures, panel discussions, conversations with artists and collectors and more! Topics will include the Greene & Greene influence on Harwell Hamilton Harris by Ted Bosley, a talk on Richard Neutra by Barbara Lamprecht PhD, modern architecture of Los Angeles by Stephen Gee, a panel discussion celebrating 100 years of Sunset Magazine, the preservation of minority communities, and the influence of Asian and Hispanic design on California architecture, to name just a few. We will also celebrate the Second Annual Dr. Robert Winter Memorial Lecture with guest speaker John Brinkmann, owner and publisher of American Bungalow magazine. Immerse yourself in great architecture as you experience over 15 programs throughout the week of November 6 – 15, 2020.
Sponsorships are available. For information on benefits please contact Hayden Prater, Development Director, by emailing [email protected]