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In celebration of the our 50th anniversary year, we are highlighting Esherick’s work with architecture during the 1960s—a decade that was foundational to the establishment of WEM. In this 20-minute program, we’ll explore the ways in which Esherick used concrete and stucco to realize his vision of architecture as sculpture and, furthermore, to solidify his legacy. Along the way, we’ll get a peek into little-seen areas of the Esherick Studio and view archival documentation of the Watson House, Esherick’s only commission to design a house.

This is a free online event; advance reservations are required. Please register below to receive instructions on how to join us! If able, please consider a $5 donation to support our ongoing programs. Donate HERE.


Register Form- Oct 18 Spotlight Talk- Wharton Esherick’s Concrete Architecture of the 1960s


We look forward to seeing you there!

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