All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
LECTURE Two Views on Shaping the Great City: A Conversation between Curator and Critic. Co-curator Eve Blau,
Canadian Centre for Architecture, and renowned historian Carl E. Schorske, Dayton-Stockton Professor of
History, Emeritus, Princeton University, present their views on the exhibition. Individual presentations
will be followed by discussion.
Thursday, February 22
7:00pm Harold M. Williams Auditorium
Chamber music for quartet and voice, curated by the Canadian Centre for Architecture and presented by
the MCM Ensemble under the artistic direction of Neal Gripp, a principal soloist with the Montreal Symphony
Orchestra. Held in the Harold M. Williams Auditorium. Tickets $15.
Call Tickets LA, (323) 655-TKTS
Saturday, March 10 at 8:00pm
Sunday, March 11 at 3:00pm
POINT-OF-VIEW GALLERY TALKS
Talks are held at 6:00 and 7:30pm in the Museum galleries. Limited to 25 people per talk; sign up at the
Museum Information Desk beginning at 4:30pm
Friday, March 9
James Rojas, Urban Planner for the Metropolitan Transit Authority, will focus on the architectural styles
and ethnic communities of Eastern Europe.
Friday, April 6
Jody Zellen, LA artist with a focus on collage, installation, and digital art, will discuss the more formal
aspects of architecture and space.
Special exhibition Gallery Talks (beginning Tuesday, February 27) will be offered Tuesday through Friday at 1:30
pm and Saturday and Sunday at 3:30pm.
In conjunction with the exhibition, Prestel Verlag (Munich, London, New York) has published a fully illustrated,
272-page catalogue, Shaping the Great City: Modern Architecture in Cental Europe, 1890-1937. Available at the
Getty Center, $49.95.