Florida Trust for Historic Preservation Announces First Mid-Century Modern Workshop in Fort Lauderda
The Florida Trust, in partnership with the University of Florida and the Florida Division of Historical Resources, will hold Florida Mid-Century Modern Architecture: Fort Lauderdale, the first in its educational workshop series to be held throughout Florida.
The event serves to spotlight Florida’s important Mid-Century Modern historic resources, drawing attention to the architectural style and time period, as well as pivotal architects and environmental conditions central to the movement. How to document historic structures, and developing an advocacy campaign for a historic building will also be discussed.
Click here for the event flyer.
Florida Mid-Century Modern Architecture: Fort Lauderdale
When: Sat., Oct. 27, 2018
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
9 a.m. Site tour - Fort Lauderdale Federal Courthouse 299 E Broward Boulevard Fort Lauderdale
10 a.m. Workshop - South Side School / Cultural Arts Center 701 S Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale (parking will be validated for attendees)
Subsequent Mid-Century Workshops will be held in Ft. Myers, Sanford and Jacksonville. Additional information on the workshop series is available at FloridaTrust.org.