Tuesday, April 23 2019
Join David Hawkins, Head of Education, for an architectural tour of The Kreeger Museum. Completed in 1967, and designed by Philip Johnson and Richard Foster, the building serves as a fine example of the eclectic inspiration and unique style which came to define Johnson’s career. The one-hour tour will focus on Johnson’s architectural philosophy, the history of the building, and the visionary fusion of art, architecture, and music.
Presented by: David Hawkins, Head of Education at The Kreeger Museum
Organized by: The Kreeger Museum
Additional Information: For public transit, directions, and parking information, click here.
After attending the course, participants will be able to:
- Discuss how the intersection of art, music, and architecture can influence the design of a building;
- Explore design strategies that compliment a space exhibiting art;
- Explain the architectural philosophy of the original architects and how that is evident in the design of the museum; and
- Discuss the design strategies implemented to maximize a listening experience during concerts and shows.