Thursday, September 14, 2017
Lawrence "Larry" W. Speck, School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin
will present Architecture that Makes Lives Better
RECEPTION SPONSORED BY
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brister
Wolflin Mortgage Co.
Parkhill, Smith & Cooper, Inc.
Anonymous, Mr. W.P. Buckthal, Dr. and Mrs. William T. Price and Dr. and Mrs. Steve Urban
Ms. Patricia W. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Robbin Dawson, Dr. and Mrs. William Hale, Dr. Mitch Jones, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Kibbey, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Lemert, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Long, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Oeschger,
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Walker, Mrs. Dana Walton, AIA, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Zambrano
The Amarillo Museum of Art and the AMoA Alliance invite you to join us for the tenth annual Ladd Lecture on Thursday, September 14th, 2017. This annual lecture is made possible by the generosity of Peggy Ladd and her late husband Frank A. Ladd. This year’s distinguished speaker is Lawrence “Larry” W. Speck. Larry is a well-respected member of the architecture community; equally for his diverse portfolio of award-winning buildings and his distinguished career as an inspiring educator. As a prolific author and influential critic, he has contributed significantly to the development of ideas that have broadened the general public’s understanding of the impact that buildings have on their communities and the way individuals live, work, and play.
The Ladd Lecture itself is free and open to the public but we invite you to join us as a benefactor for the pre-lecture cocktail reception. Your generous gift will support the many other educational efforts of the AMoA. We ask for your reply by August 14th, 2017 in order to acknowledge your gift in all event materials.
For additional information call 806.371.5050
Each benefactor includes two tickets to the Pre-Lecture Cocktail Reception.
Tax deductible above $40 per person, if attending.
We appreciate your support of the Amarillo Museum of Art and the AMoA Alliance.
Lecture: Architecture that Makes Lives Better
7pm, Concert Hall Theater, Amarillo College
The Ladd Lecture itself is free and open to the public.