Architecture and design buffs, get ready for a month loaded with tours, panels and films. Here’s the lineup:
The Utah Center for Architecture (the nonprofit associated with the AIA Utah Chapter) is hosting Utah Architecture Week to explore Utah’s innovative design ideas, businesses and minds. The best part? All events are free.
Monday, April 9th, 6-8 p.m. Box City Event at Salt Lake Public library
Tuesday, April 10th, 6-8 p.m. VR Night to demonstrate virtual reality they are using in a project
Wednesday, April 11th, noon-1 p.m. Urban Walk along the 9-Line Bike Park
Thursday, April 12th, 5:30 p.m. Downtown Walk through Regent Street, Edison Street to The Leonardo, followed by screening (at 7 p.m.) of film “Citizen Jane” followed by panel discussion
“Eames: the architect and the painter” Free Screening and Panel Discussion
Wednesday, April 11th, 6:30 p.m.
Salt Lake Public Library
Join Salt Lake Modern and Preservation Utah for a free screening of the documentary “Eames: the architect and the painter.” After the film, Preservation Utah’s Executive Director Kirk Huffaker will moderate a panel of local designers and mid-century enthusiast, including City Home Collective Senior Designer Pamela Jewell and Dan Evans, Associate Professor of U of U’s Department of Art & Art History. The evening is also sponsored by University of Utah College of Architecture + Planning.
Head to Salt Lake Modern’s event page for more information.
The 47th Annual Historic Homes Tour
Saturday, April 21st, 10 a.m.
Preservation Utah is hosting their 47th Annual Historic Homes Tour in the Country Club neighborhood of Salt Lake. Tickets on sale now and available through Preservation Utah’s Facebook page.