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An Autumn Weekend in Seattle

Some great lectures and films with UW Architecture Department staff are happening this weekend in Seattle as The Seattle Design Festival winds down and autumn kicks in. I’ve profiled just some of the events below but there are many more!

Friday, September 23rd
How Much Does Your Building Weigh, Mr. Foster?, a documentary, (the trailer is below), SIFF Film Center
Art + Architecture: Let the Streets Be Your Museum, walking tour, Seattle Architecture Foundation
Last day for the Container Architecture Exhibit, AIA Seattle Design Gallery, free
Seattle’s Original Coffee Crawl, Seattle’s Best Coffee, 10am-12pm

Saturday, September 24th
Visual Accoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman, a documentary about the life and career of preeminent architectural photographer Julius Shulman, SIFF Film Center

Love a good bungalow? Participate in Ravenna: Home Sweet Bungalow walking tour, Seattle Architecture Foundation, 2:3pm today and tomorrow
Space, Land, and Time: Underground Adventures with Ant Farm
, a documentary film, SIFF Film Center
Books on sale! The Friends of the Seattle Public Library Fall Book Sale, Magnuson Park, free

Sunday, September 25th
The Neptune Theater Grand Opening, 6:30 pm, free
The Digital Eye: Photographic Art in the Electronic Age ends at The Henry
Modern Views: A Conversation About Northwest Architecture, a film and discussion with UW Lecturer Charles Anderson and UW graduate Prentis Hale
The Seattle Design Festival ends with the discussion Citizen Architect: Samuel Mockbee & The Spirit of the Rural Studio featuring UW Architecture Professor Steve Badanes

Have any events you’d like to post? Let us know!

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