Heritage Lecture Series: John Vinci - Heritage Works Dubuque
Heritage Works leverages architectural heritage to drive community revitalization and economic development in the Dubuque, Iowa area.
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Heritage Lecture Series: John Vinci

  • Heritage Lecture Series - John Vinci Event
  • Heritage Lecture Series - John Vinci Event
  • Heritage Lecture Series - John Vinci Event
  • Heritage Lecture Series - John Vinci Event
  • Heritage Lecture Series - John Vinci Event
  • Heritage Lecture Series - John Vinci Event
  • Heritage Lecture Series - John Vinci Event
  • Heritage Lecture Series - John Vinci Event
  • Heritage Lecture Series - John Vinci Event
  • Heritage Lecture Series - John Vinci Event

About This Project

The prairie-style shelters and landscapes of Dubuque’s Eagle Point Park are the masterwork of renowned architect, Alfred Caldwell. Mr. John Vinci, FAIA, an award-winning Chicago architect, was a student of Caldwell’s at the Illinois Institute of Technology in the late 1950s. Mr. Vinci’s presentation provided a rare first-hand insight into Caldwell’s life and work.

The free event on June 3, 2015 attracted over 150 attendees. Attendees were very eager to learn more about the historic and architectural significance Eagle Point Park, one of the community’s crown jewels.

Special thanks to the Dubuque Museum of Art for hosting the post-lecture reception.

Location

Dubuque, IA

Category
Outreach & Promotion