April 8, 2019
“Presented in partnership with the University of Houston School of Architecture, this program will explore the role of light in creating intentional experiences, and the history of the Rothko Chapel’s architectural design with special focus on the skylight, from conception to post-renovation. The program will include presentations by Christopher Rothko, George Sexton, and Stephen Cassell, and will be followed by a moderated conversation by Sandra Zalman, UH Art History Professor.”
4200 Elgin St, Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture Room 122, Houston, TX 77204
This course is being offered for AIA continuing education credits
Admission is free, but registration is highly encouraged here.
Parking information can be found here.
Houston, 77004 TX
(713) 743-2400Get directions