Upcoming Screenings

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“Some Assembly Required”

International Films On Architecture and Design

 

CITY DREAMERS-a film by Joseph Hillel-FEATURING 

Denise Scott Brown, Phyllis Lambert, Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, Blanche Lemco van Ginkel

After-film Discussion Moderated by architect and writer Tazmine Khatri

Postponed—Sunday March 15 2020, 1pm (doors at 12:30 pm)

New Date-Sunday June 28 2020, 1 pm (doors at 12:30)

Tickets purchased in advance will be honored!

Third Street Theater, Phoenix Center for the Arts

1202 N 3rd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Online Advance Tickets 9.00(includes service charge!)

http://citydreamers.brownpapertickets.com

Day of show $12.00 General, $11. students with i.d.

SPONSORED BY GOULD EVANS

Additional Sponsors

CARLY’S BISTRO

GENERAL DENTISTRY OF DR. DAVID WEISS AND DR. IVETTE JORGE

LUIS SOLIS REALTY

City Dreamers is a film about our changing urban environment and four trailblazing women architects who have been working, observing and thinking about the transformations shaping the cities of today and tomorrow for over 70 years.

Phyllis Lambert, Blanche Lemco van Ginkel, Cornelia Hahn Oberlander and Denise Scott Brown may not be household names, but architecture and urban planning aficionados likely know that these women have worked with some of the greatest architects of our time, including the likes of Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Louis Kahn and Robert Venturi. In the course of their inspiring careers, they have left an indelible mark on several cities across North America and Europe.

Phyllis Lambert, for example, was responsible for the construction of the Seagram Building in New York, in addition to being the founder of the Canadian Centre for Architecture and Heritage Montreal. Blanche Lemco van Ginkel is credited, along with her husband, with saving Old Montreal from being destroyed to make way for an expressway and with helping develop the master plan for Expo 67. Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, for her part, reinvented how we develop urban green spaces and introduced the concept of green roofs in several major cities. And Denise Scott Brown revolutionized the way we think about contemporary architectural and urban heritage, along with her husband Robert Venturi.

These women, who are for the most part still active, hold the titles of architect, urban planner, landscape architect, curator, educator and/or activist and have amassed a long list of illustrious accomplishments, publications, honorary degrees and other distinctions over their respective careers. But while the credentials and achievements of these great women deserve to be more widely known and celebrated, they are not the only focus of this feature documentary. City Dreamers is above all inspired by what has united these four women throughout their careers: the “dream” of a fundamentally human and inclusive city.

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No Festival Required Presents

“Some Assembly Required”

International Films On Architecture and Design

BIOPHILIC DESIGN:

The Architecture of Life

a film by Bill Finnegan

After-film Discussion with Biophilic Design professionals

Sunday July 19 2020, 1pm (doors at 12:30 pm)

Third Street Theater, Phoenix Center for the Arts

1202 N 3rd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Online Advance Tickets 9.00(includes service charge!)

http://biophilicdesign.brownpapertickets.com

Day of show $12.00 General, $11. students with i.d.

Sponsored by Shepley Bulfinch

Additional Sponsors

PLANT SOLUTIONS

CARLY’S BISTRO

GENERAL DENTISTRY OF DR. DAVID WEISS AND DR. IVETTE JORGE

LUIS SOLIS REALTY

Biophilic Design is an innovative way of designing the places where we live, work, and learn. We need nature in a deep and fundamental fashion, but we have often designed our cities and suburbs in ways that both degrade the environment and alienate us from nature. The recent trend in green architecture has decreased the environmental impact of the built environment, but it has accomplished little in the way of reconnecting us to the natural world, the missing piece in the puzzle of sustainable development.

Come on a journey from our evolutionary past and the origins of architecture to the world’s most celebrated buildings in a search for the architecture of life. Together, we will encounter buildings that connect people and nature – hospitals where patients heal faster, schools where children’s test scores are higher, offices where workers are more productive, and communities where people know more of their neighbors and families thrive. Biophilic Design points the way toward creating healthy and productive habitats for modern humans.