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Lost and Found: 2018 Architecture Lecture Series Subscription

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The Johns Hopkins University

Mergenthaler Hall

Rooom 111

Baltimore, MD 21218

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Homewood Museum presents its annual Architecture Lecture Series, bringing experts in architecture, history, fine arts, decorative arts, and historic house museums to Baltimore to discuss a featured architect, building type, or architectural design feature. Presented as part of Baltimore Architecture Month, this 18th season is themed "Lost and Found," and examines three local architectural treasures that were saved from obscurity by recent scholarship, preservation, and restoration.

5 p.m. Receptions at Homewood Museum
6 p.m. Lectures at Mergenthaler Hall, Room 111

Speakers:

  • Monday, Oct. 1: Michelle Fitzgerald, "Recovering Eden: Reconstructing Robert Eden's Annapolis Mansion"
  • Monday, Oct. 22: Rachel Lovett, "Becoming Buckland: Rediscovering One of America's Earliest Architects"
  • Monday, Oct. 29: Thomas Moore, Gillian Quinn, and Laurie A. Timm, "Revealing the Artist: Restoring the Bay of Naples Mural at Clifton Mansion"

Free event parking will be available in the Johns Hopkins Club parking lot. Advance, pre-paid registration is strongly requested. Walk-in registration is based on seating availability. 1 AIA/CES LU available per lecture.

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The Johns Hopkins University

Mergenthaler Hall

Rooom 111

Baltimore, MD 21218

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