Lecture and Tour: Asheville’s Built Environment during the Arts & Crafts Era« Back to Events
LECTURE + TOUR
The Simplification of Life: Asheville’s Built Environment in the Arts + Crafts Era
FEBRUARY 23 – Saturday from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
East Wing | Upstairs Theatre/Classroom
$20 members; $25 non-members (early reservations recommended)
Clay Griffith, an Asheville-based preservationist and historian, will shed light on the architectural gems that we see every day in Asheville. Having previously worked for the North Carolina Department of Transportation and the State Historic Preservation Office, he is the owner of Acme Preservation Services and works as an independent consultant and a sought-after speaker.
After Mr. Griffith’s talk, enjoy a reception and tour the Museum’s exhibitions on your own. Please reserve your seats early by contacting the Museum’s front desk for reservations at 828.253.3227. This event is held in conjunction with the Grove Park Inn Arts & Crafts Conference.