Thursday, February 04, 2010

West Toronto Junction Historical Society Meeting Tonight

West Toronto Junction Historical Society Current Events Calendar page
Thursday, February 4, 2010
The William Morris Society of Canada
Midwest Architecture Revisited Tour
Slide Presentation by Bob Roden
Credit: wtjhs.ca

Junction Historical Society Meeting


When: Thursday, February 4, 2010
  • 7:30 p.m. Refreshments
  • 7:50 p.m. Business Meeting
  • 8:20 p.m. Bob Roden will provide a slide presentation and commentary on the William Morris Society of Canada’s nine-day September 2008 bus tour through Michigan, Illinois, and Wisconsin. The group viewed several outstanding examples of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture, including Taliesin, Wingspread, the Robie House, the Meyer May House, and Wright’s home and studio in Oak Park, Illinois. They also toured some spectacular buildings by architects such as Santiago Calatrava, Marion Mahoney, Henry Hobson Richardson, Louis Sullivan, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
Where: Annette Street Public Library
Lower Level, Committee Room 1
145 Annette Street, Toronto, ON M6P 1P3
(One and a half blocks west of Keele)

Please join The WTJHS for Bob Roden’s slide presentation and commentary.

Frank Lloyd Wright Designed Houses in Oak Park, IL, by artjunctionCollage: Frank Lloyd Wright Designed Houses in Oak Park, IL
2008 @ artjunction.blogspot.com

3 comments:

Elli from Toronto said...

This Slide Presentation can help you to discover the wide range and unique architecture of our historical heritage. Best regards, Elli.

olga said...

Thank you Elli.

Here is info about WTJHS next meeting:

Thursday, March 4, 2010

7:30 p.m. Refreshments
7:50 p.m. Business Meeting
8:20 p.m. Human River: Bringing the Garrison Creek Back to Life!

Human River is a Toronto Public Space Committee campaign that started in 2005. The aim of Human River is to create community events that celebrate the buried Garrison Creek by exploring its past, reenvisioning its future and discussing its current stormwater issues. Over the years, Human River has worked towards this aim through a range of eclectic events including: art shows, film screenings, arts and education workshops, an arts education program in schools and an annual story telling parade. During the annual story telling parade, participants wear blue, becoming a human river and bringing the Garrison Creek back to life!

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