MCMM is looking for three Mid-Century Modern homes to be on a home walk in late July and Zonta is looking for two to three Mid-Century Modern homes for December. If you have interest in sharing your home, please call Carol at MCMM 989.839.2744.


Mid-Century Modern Midland’s efforts to document the cities architectural heritage is receiving national coverage from one of the Design Industries leading media sources! Please take some time to read and share “Defining an Architectural Canon From the Ground Up” By DWELL writer Caroline Wallis. Please leave a comment on the article to show your support for this project that will aid in the national recognition of Midland’s rich history and collection of great architecture and design.

Click here to read the DWELL story

“Defining an Architectural Canon from the Ground Up”

 

 

“Living Mid-Century Modernism: Growing Up in Midland and Beyond.

Acclaimed architect Henry Whiting returned home to Midland Michigan to share his unique journey in a public lecture titled “Living Mid-Century Modernism: Growing Up in Midland and Beyond.” The lecture was sponsored by Mid-Century Modern Midland, MI and was held on April 25th at The Grace A. Dow Memorial Library Auditorium. This lecture is a unique opportunity to learn about Whiting's Midland roots.

Posted by Mid-Century Modern Midland, MI on Thursday, August 3, 2017

 

 

Acclaimed Landscape Architect Henry Whiting returned home to Midland, Michigan to share his unique journey in a public lecture titled “Living Mid-Century Modernism: Growing Up in Midland and Beyond.” The lecture was sponsored by Mid-Century Modern Midland, MI and was held on April 25, 2017 at The Grace A. Dow Memorial Library Auditorium. This lecture is a unique opportunity to learn about Whiting’s Midland roots.

 

 

 

 

Speaking of updates, it’s been a month since our meeting at the UCC to kick off our architect and architecture projects.  There are currently over 100 entries on the architecture database!

Hopefully, with the weather getting nicer, all of the volunteer scanners will be able to get out and continue to identify those hidden gems of Mid-Century Modern structures throughout Midland.  Remember our goal is to have the whole city scanned by Memorial Day.  If you need help, or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Carol Neff at either 989-839-2744 or neff@midcenturymidland.org


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