Detroit Architecture: Old and New Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.
Detroit Architecture: Old and New looks at a mix of architects, styles, and types of buildings including homes, skyscrapers, and public buildings. This talk will look at buildings from Detroit’s rise in the late 19th century to today.
Cost: $5/DCA Members $10/Non-Members
Space is limited, please register with the DCA if you would like to attend. Call: 734-720-0671 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Wendy Evans:
Wendy Evans was raised among the museums of London, England. She has advanced degrees from Oxford University in England and Wayne State University in Detroit.
She teaches Art History, currently at Wayne State University. For many years she has been a volunteer at the Detroit Institute of Arts and has received many prestigious awards throughout her career. She presents on a wide variety of art subjects to many groups around Michigan and she gave an invited lecture on American Art at the Anhui Sanlian University in Hefei, China.
Known for her English accent and crazy socks, Wendy loves to share her passion for art with audiences.
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