Baltimore’s Great Architecture
Homewood shares the city of Baltimore with many unique and outstanding buildings created over the last several hundred years. The museum's annual Baltimore's Great Architecture lecture series brings speakers from prominent museums and universities, and experts in architecture, history, fine arts, decorative arts, and historic house museums, to Baltimore to discuss a featured architect, building type, or architectural design feature. Our eleventh anniversary season will focus on History in the Landscape, with talks scheduled on three consecutive Mondays, October 10, 17 and 24, as part of Baltimore Architecture Month. Visit www.aiabalt.com for details on the many events of Baltimore Architecture Month in September/October.
History in the Landscape
WHEN: Mondays, October 10, 17, and 24, 2011
WHERE: Homewood Museum, 3400 N. Charles Street, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore
- "Privies: Necessary and Sufficient"
- Barbara Paca, Landscape Architect and Historian, Annapolis, MD and New York, NY
- "Paradigms of Democracy: Gardening & Agricultural Pursuits of Maryland’s Founding Families"
- Outerbridge Horsey, Architect, Washington, DC
- "Porches, Porticoes, and the Architecture of Democracy"