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Mies van der Rohe
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
7 to 9 pm
Introduction: Jean Renoux
Sponsor: Community Foundation of Sarasota County
A fascinating and informative introduction to the work of Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969), one of the 20th century’s most influential architects, combining his classic buildings with observations from architecture superstars, including Rem Koolhaas, plus comments from his biographer and family. Mies’ entire body of work (more than 70 buildings) and modernist and minimalist style reflect his motto that “less is more”.
"Delightfully thoughtful and sensual... is itself a model of design. A lens for looking at Mies' modernist and minimalist style." — Chicago Sun-TimesJean Renoux is an art and architecture lecturer, film maker, interior designer and tour guide. Jean has conducted many tours of Mies' buildings in both Europe and North America and will share his stories.
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(full-time with ID) $5
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6:30 - 7:00 pm Check-in
7:00 - 7:15 pm Introduction by Jean Renoux
7:15 - 8:15 pm Film Screening
8:15 - 9:00 pm Q & A
Photo above: Mies van der Rohe by Frank Scherschel, courtesy Time Life Pictures, Getty Images.
SarasotaMOD Weekend The inaugural four-day architectural festival, presented by SAF, featured modernist architects including
SarasotaMOD 2014 was a phenomenal success!
A sincere “thank you” to all who attended the presentations, parties and tours, to the dedicated MOD SQUAD volunteers, and especially to our generous sponsors. Only the most extraordinary team effort could make
this happen…and it did. Sarasota’s midcentury architecture is truly fortunate to have such dedicated and passionate supporters. And there’s more to come next year. See you at MOD 2015!
Lawrence Scarpa, Gene Leedy, Tim Seibert, Carl Abbott, Frank Folsom Smith, John Howey, Joe King, Joyce Owens, Sean Khorsandi, Dan Webre, critic and filmmaker Alastair Gordon, journalists Harold Bubil and Jeff LaHurd, preservationist Christine French and landscape architect Raymond Jungles. Guided trolley, boat and walking tours explored Sarasota’s midcentury legacy by land and sea. Festive parties were held at the Sarasota Yacht Club, The Ringling Museum's Cá d'Zan terrace and Paul Rudolph's Sanderling Beach Club. sarasotamod.com
Thank You to Our SarasotaMOD Sponsors
May 15, 2014Congratulations to the 2014 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship Recipients
The $5,000 scholarship was awarded to Katelynn Smith, a 3rd-year student at the University of Florida School of Architecture and a graduate of Bayshore High School.
The $1,000 scholarship was awarded to Elizabeth King, a first year student at the University of Florida School of Architecture and a graduate of Sarasota Military Academy.
A reception will be held Sunday, June 29, 2014.
May 13, 2014
The Walker Guest House fundraising party, graciously hosted by Dan Denton
and Ramses Serrano, raised $17,371.00. Thank you Rebecca Donelson, Susan McLeod,
Shawn Pierson, Greg and Patricia Reinhart, Felice Schulaner, Clifford and Susan Walters, John Mason, James and Patricia Lombard, Flora Major and Charles Huisking, Jr. and Lillian Huisking Donor Advised Fund for their generous donations.
May 6 - 7, 2014
During The 2014 Giving Challenge, 20 donors contributed $8,450.00, enabling SAF to continue building Sarasota's renowned architectural legacy. Thank you to the Charlotte and Charles Perret Family Fund, Rhoda Beningson, Jarred Wilson, Julie Brogan, Marsha Roth, Wendy Hacker, Dukeana Touchton, Norman Hervieux, Jane and Rick Fine, Lynn Meyer, Trevor Cramer, Allan Hing, Christine French, Maxine Corbett, Janet Minker, Elliott Himelfarb, Debra Ahmari, Christopher Wilson, Michael Bush and Dan Snyder.
The 2014 Giving Challenge is made possible by the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, The Patterson Foundation, Manatee Community Foundation, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, William G. and Marie Selby Foundation, and the Charlotte Community Foundation.