Sunday, October 29, 2017

“The Mysticism of Religious Architecture”
A lecture by Constantine George Pappas, AIA
President – Constantine George Pappas, AIA Architecture/Planning
Recipient of the AIA Detroit Gold Medal

This free community event, will focus on “The start” when religious buildings were first created and how it transcends into today’s interpretation of religious space and the city of Midland’s richly woven religious architectural heritage.

St. John’s Episcopal Church will host this lecture as part of their Sesquicentennial Celebration, marking 150 years of
The Episcopal Church in Midland, Michigan.

Join us on
Sunday, October 29, 2017 at 3 pm in the sanctuary.
Lecture followed by question and answer time.
Directions

Complimentary refreshments,
along with religious architectural drawings and photographs will be
on display in the fellowship hall.
No RSVP required

 

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Sunday, November 5, 2017

Mid-Century Modern Midland Jackson Hallett Self Guided Tour

Mid-Century Modern Midland features the Residential Work of
Jackson B. Hallett Sunday, November 5, 2017 from 1-3pm

Click Here to Book Now! Advanced ticket sales only. You will not be able to purchase the day of the event.

Please join MCMM on November 5th, 2017 from 1-3pm, for self-guided tours, featuring two of Mr. Hallett’s residential designs. The tour includes both the home Mr. Hallett designed for his own family, “The Jackson B. Hallett Home” located at 3410 Applewood, Midland, MI and the “The James P. West Home” located at 3707 Orchard Drive, Midland, MI.

 

3410 Applewood, Midland, MI

 3707 Orchard Drive, Midland, MI

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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”

Speaking of updates, it’s been a few months since our meeting at the UCC to kick off our architect and architecture projects.  There are currently over 800 entries on the architecture database!
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


Membership Registration

*If you missed the initial sign-up but would still like to attend, it’s not too late. Just RSVP to this meeting and then fill out the membership form to receive emails on future events.

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