WRAH 2014 FALL SCHEDULE
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

WESTERN RESERVE ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIANS

CLEVELAND, OHIO

A Chapter of the SOCIETY of ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIANS

Date:                 Thursday, November 13 at 7:00 PM
Subject:             Discussion of the Book, "Cleveland goes Modern" by its Authors
Speakers:          An evening with cultural historian Nina Freedlander Gibans & James D. Gibans, FAIA,
                           along with architect Jack Bialosky Sr.
Place:                Shaker Heights Public Library, 16400 Van Aken Boulevard, Shaker Heights, OH 44120.
 
Authors of the recently published, Cleveland Goes Modern, Design for the Home, 1930-1970, the Gibanses' book is an outgrowth of a 2007 exhibit of the same name. The exhibit featured architectural drawings and photographs of modern homes in Northeast Ohio designed by Cleveland area architects. The book, along with discussion gleaned from oral interviews, features the work of these early and later modern architects that include Ernest Payer, Robert Little, Robert Madison and Richard Fleischman.
Mr. Bialosky, also one of the architects included in the book, helped pave the way for other architects through his projects for modern residential architecture in Shaker Heights. His 2009 AIA award winning firm, Bialosky & Partners is known nationally for its residential, commercial, industrial and recreational projects.
Books will be available for purchase and signing.

Please RSVP with your reservation to Sarah Klann at (216) 226-2820 by Thursday, November 6.