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SOLD OUT! Japanese Architecture
February 16 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree – $20
(c) Chicago Architecture Center
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About the Event
Explore the connections between famous Chicago architect Frank Lloyd Wright and his affinity for Japan and Japanese architecture in Chicago. Ms. Donna Gabanski, Docent, Chicago Architecture Center and Ms. Joan Winstein, Docent, Chicago Architecture Center, will lead a dynamic presentation with slides showcasing some of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most famous local creations.
About the Speakers
Donna Gabanski became a docent with the Chicago Architecture Center in 1994, after retiring from a career teaching high school mathematics. One of her first tours after her initial docent training, was Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park. This is one of Ms. Gabanski’s favorite tours because she was able to meet people from all over the world who had an interest in Wright’s early works.
Joan Winstein has been a docent with the Chicago Architecture Center for 9 years. She has lead 6 tours and is the Co-Tour Director of the CAC’s University of Chicago Campus Architecture tour. Now retired, Ms. Winstein had a long career as a commercial banker in Chicago. Prior to moving to Chicago, she worked and studied Japanese in Japan for several years. Ms. Winstein majored in Japanese in college, and earned a M.A. in Japanese from the University of Chicago.
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2/16/2021 6:00 PM
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Japanese Architecture: Connections with Frank Lloyd Wright and Chicago