Thursday, November 12
7pm to 8:15 pm
FREE – Held via Zoom – RSVP for Call Details
Using vibrant original photography and historic images, authors David Bush and Jim Parsons will trace the history and evolution of modernistic architecture in Central Texas during a special online program for the Preservation Austin community. Their virtual presentation, Hill Country Deco, will showcase examples of Art Deco, Art Moderne and WPA Deco architecture and public art, from the refined lines of Austin’s Depression-era United States Courthouse to the sweeping curves of San Antonio’s Alameda Theater.
David Bush is executive director and Jim Parsons is programs director for Preservation Houston. They are the co-authors of four award-winning books on Art Deco architecture in Texas: Houston Deco, Hill Country Deco, Fair Park Deco and DFW Deco.
45-minute virtual presentation will be followed by a special Q/A with the authors.
RSVPs are required for this free program! Email Executive Director Lindsey Derrington (email@example.com) to reserve your space by Thursday, November 12 at noon. Use “Deco RSVP” in the subject line.
Preservation Austin will distribute the access code the afternoon of the event.