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    • 23 Jul 2015
    • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Oglethorpe University-Hearst Hall Conference Room

    We need your brilliance!  We need your ideas!  CSI Atlanta invites you to attend our annual summer planning session to discuss plans for a few key committees and to coordinate events for the new year. 

    Please come out to Oglethorpe University.  We will meet at 10:00 AM, have an overview, and into roundtable discussions and eat a quick lunch.  Newer members and visitors are very welcome.  We need your ideas and energy.  Current and active members are really appreciated as they offer leadership for our group. 

    Thank you, PNA Construction Technologies, for sponsoring the lunch for this session.  For more information, contact Bill Harding.  Thank you.

    • 14 Sep 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Wyndham Hotel - Powers Ferry

    Please join us at our September Kick-Off Dinner Program.  We are glad to bring back Frank Lloyd Wright from the American Historical Theatre of Philadelphia. This will be a fun evening of story telling and a look at architectural history.

    We would love to have sponsors for this event to help offset the speaker fee.  So, we are extending to Banner Ad promotion which includes a Year Long Banner ad on our website and recognition as Frank Lloyd Wright Event sponsors throughout the year on electronic/printed announcements. Contact Marsha Moore Harding for additional information. (Sponsorships will be updated as they are made for as early recognition as possible).

    Bob Gleason as Frank Lloyd Wright

    Frank Lloyd Wright portrayed by Bob Gleason of the American Historical Theatre of Philadelphia

    Frank Lloyd Wright was born June 8th, 1867 in rural  Richland Center, Wisconsin. He was the greatest American architect. Just ask him! Except he’d tell you he’s the greatest architect from anywhere… ever!

    Frank made Richard Wagner look humble. His life was a grand soap opera on a roller coaster and it went on for 91 years if you don’t count the fact that somebody had one of his houses built in Ireland a couple years ago or that he was buried twice. Wright promoted organic architecture and is known for his Usonian house concept and his Prairie School movement. Wright’s buildings speak for themselves, but a viewing of Ken Burn’s documentary is a big help.    


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