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Tuesday, December 11th | 7:00pm-8:30pm | Crash Course in American Architectural History I - 19th Century

$18.00

Tuesday, December 11th | 7:00pm-8:30pm | Crash Course in American Architectural History I - 19th Century

Tuesday, December 11th | 7:00pm-8:30pm | Crash Course in American Architectural History I - 19th Century

$18.00

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Love old buildings but have no idea what you're looking at? In this class, we'll give you the rundown of American architectural styles from the Colonial era through the 19th century, with a focus on local and regional examples. Learn the names of important architectural styles common in the northeast; some basic architectural terminology; and how to approximately date the buildings you see every day. This class can be taken on its own. If you’re a fan of mid-century modern architecture, you can continue the fun with Crash Course in American Architectural History II – 20th Century.

Class location: This class will take place at Rochester Brainery, 176 Anderson Ave. F109, Rochester, NY 14607. Click here for directions. 

About the teachers:
Caitlin Meives is the Preservation Planner on staff at The Landmark Society of Western New York, a regional not-for-profit historic preservation organization based in Rochester and serving a nine county area in western New York. Caitlin holds a M.S. in historic preservation from the University of Vermont. Prior to her employment at The Landmark Society in 2010, she served as the Survey Coordinator at the Kansas State Historic Preservation Office. As the Preservation Planner at The Landmark Society, Caitlin works directly with municipal officials, developers, neighborhood and community advocates, and property owners of all types to assist in the rehabilitation and revitalization of historic buildings, structures, landscapes, and communities. She also oversees the organization’s website and social media and is a founding member of The Landmark Society’s Young Urban Preservationists (YUPs). 

Christopher Brandt is a native Rochesterian, avid local history buff, and obsessive owner of the Democrat and Chronicle Master Model Home of 1928. He is an architect at Bero Architecture PLLC who in his spare time serves as a member of the Young Urban Preservationists (YUPs), Town of Irondequoit Preservation Commission, Historic Brighton, and several Landmark Society volunteer committees. He received his Master of Architecture and certificate in Historic Preservation from the University of Virginia. Follow his home repair adventures at www.myperfectlittlemoneypit.com.

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