The Dallas Architecture Forum, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing public education about architecture, design and the urban environment, concludes its 2017-2018 Panel Discussion Series on Tuesday May 22, 2018 with “The Legacy of Mid-Century Modernism in North Texas ” moderated by Bob Meckfessel, FAIA, and President of DSGN Associates.
“With this panel, The Forum will offer a unique opportunity to learn about the history of mid-century modern design from some of the leading experts in our area whose work celebrates this style, as they take a look at specific building and landscape projects in our region,” stated Forum Executive Director Nate Eudaly.
Panels are FREE for both Forum members and the general public as a public outreach of The Forum. The discussion begins at 6:30 pm, with complimentary beverages available beginning at 6:15 pm. No reservations are needed to attend. One CEU AIA credit is available. Join us for a cold beverage and lively dialogue!
The venue for these panels is the Dallas Black Dance Theater building directly behind One Arts Plaza. The DBDT is located at the corner of Arts Plaza Street and Ann Williams Way – at 2700 Ann Williams Way, Dallas, TX 75201. Free parking is available between the DBDT building and Fellowship Church, located to the east of the DBDT building.
The Dallas Architecture Forum and Preservation Dallas invite you to attend this important Panel Discussion on how Mid-Century Modern Design has made a lasting impact on the architectural legacy of North Texas. Moderated by nationally recognized expert Bob Meckfessel, the panelists will include some of the leaders in our region who are associated with Mid-Century design: Architects Cliff Welch and Greg Ibañez, Interior Designer Mil Bodron and Landscape Architect Tary Arterburn, all of whom have completed important projects related to the genre.
The Panel will overview the impact of Mid-Century Modern design in North Texas, and also look more closely at important Mid-Century Modern buildings and landscapes in our region.