Extravagance and Industry
An ArtPoint Panel Discussion
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Haas-Lilienthal House, San Francisco
Coinciding with the final weeks of the exhibition, The Cult of Beauty: The Victorian Avant-Garde 1860-1900, currently on view at the Legion of Honor, Extravagance and Industry explores San Francisco's rich Victorian past. Join ArtPoint and industry experts for a discussion centering on the mid-19th century aesthetic movement and the presence of its impressive relics in our lives today. Preservationists will discuss the challenges and importance of looking to the future without forgetting the past.
Moderator: Alisa Carroll
Alisa Carroll is a San Francisco-based writer, editor and strategic consultant to the design and visual arts communities. She is the Editor-in-Chief of 3D Magazine, the journal of the San Francisco Design Center, and her first book, a monograph on interior designer Jay Jeffers, will be published by Rizzoli in Fall 2013.
N. Moses Corrette
N. Moses Corrette earned his MS in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania. For the past twelve years, he has worked for the City and County of San Francisco as a Preservation Planner - researching and documenting the architecture of various areas, including the Mission, Showplace Square, South of Market, Dogpatch, Central Waterfront, Bayview, Hayes Valley, Upper Market, and Glen Park neighborhoods. He has worked with the Historic Adams House Museum in Deadwood, SD.
Lynn Orr, Curator in Charge, European Art, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Christopher VerPlanck is owner of a new preservation firm called VerPlanck Historic Preservation Consulting. Prior to the founding of his new solo venture in 2012, Mr. VerPlanck co-owned and operated Knapp & VerPlanck Preservation Architects and Kelley & VerPlanck Historical Resources Consulting. From 1999 until 2007, he was a senior associate at Page & Turnbull, preservation architecture, where he founded the Cultural Resources Studio. Prior to joining Page & Turnbull, Mr. VerPlanck was the staff historian at San Francisco Architectural Heritage, where he spearheaded the Dogpatch Survey. Mr. VerPlanck received his M.Arch.H from University of Virginia’s Graduate School of Architecture in 1997. While in Virginia he interned as the Assistant Architectural Conservator at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. In 1997, he was awarded the prestigious Sally Kress Tompkins Fellowship.
ArtPoint Members $15 ǀ Non-Members $20
If available, tickets will be sold at the door for an additional $5
ArtPoint gratefully acknowledges our sponsors:
San Francisco Architectural Heritage/Haas-Lilienthal House
Please note: No one under the age of 21 will be admitted. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Proceeds benefit exhibitions and programs at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
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ArtPoint Board of Directors:
Julie Yarbrough, Chair
Joshua Reynolds, Vice Chair
Patricia Ivancich Dassios
ArtPoint Advisory Council
Ann Cheney Haslup
S B Hadley Wilson