Reporting from Venice - I'm heading to Venice to catch the Vernissage of the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale and cover it for World-Architects. In turn, this blog will take a sh...
Saturday, April 12, 2008
Lazor on 'hip' architecture
The last time I was at the Turf Club, I wore what I thought was a hip, old school fedora. After sucking back a beer, I went to the bathroom. And there was a much younger guy, also with a hip, old school fedora. Hmmm.
I'll have a chance to repeat that experience on April 22 when architect Charlie Lazor offers up an overview of mid-century modernism at the Turf Club, lcoated near the corner of Snelling and University Avenues in St. Paul. Called History of Hip: Design, the event is sponsored by the Minnesota Historical Society and costs $6 (or $5 if you're a member). It's part of their History of Hip series, which also includes an upcoming talk on jazz, also scheduled for the Turf Club. There will be an open bar at both events.
Posted by Todd Melby at 2:15 PM