Chapters of Utah’s Architectural History: PIONEER SETTLEMENT PATTERNS: BUILDING ZION IN THE AMERICAN WEST
We have a full month of planned of activities planned to celebrate. We will explore Utah’s rich architectural history with a seven-part lecture series – Chapters of Utah’s Architectural History – that spans from the early Ancestral Puebloans reaching all the way into the mid 20th century to explore modernism. These lectures will be release throughout the month, see below for more information on their release date and theme. We end the month with History Sessions. Join us as we explore the history of a downtown Salt Lake City establishment, Lake Effect, while enjoying food and drink. Tickets are required and space is limited (a digital version is also available – tickets still required).
1847 marked Salt Lake City’s establishment and the launch of Intermountain Western settlement. This lecture uses Salt Lake City’s initial development to highlight pioneer-era city planning and architectural development.