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Frank Harmon, Native Places

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Frank Harmon, Native Places

Frank signing books at Quail Ridge Books in September.

On Monday, October 15, Native Places author Frank Harmon will present a lecture in Tucson, AZ, to the University of Arizona School of Architecture students and faculty. The lecture will take place in the Tucson Museum of Art, where he will not be able to sell or sign copies of his book, but he will introduce it and tell them where to order it.

On October 18th, the North Carolina chapter of the American Institute of Architects will host a book signing for Frank as part of the AIA NC Conference, held this year in Durham. Frank will sign copies of Native Places: Drawing as a Way to See during the opening Membership Meeting on the 18th from 4-6 p.m.

Specific dates and times haven’t been determined as of this writing (9.14.18), but future author events for Frank and his book — so far — include:

Watch this space for updates.

Native Places at Quail Ridge Books

‘Native Places: Drawing as a Way to See’ on Display at Quail Ridge Books in Raleigh

Native Places at Quail Ridge Books

Rene Martin and the rest of the terrific team at Quail Ridge Books, Raleigh’s premier bookstore, set up this lovely display of Native Places: Drawing as Way to See.

Reminder: After needing to postpone the original date (Sept. 15), Quail Ridge will host author Frank Harmon Sunday, September 23, beginning at 2 p.m. as he and the Raleigh community celebrate the release of the book that J. Michael Welton, architecture critic for the News & Observer, calls “a delightful book, destined to change how we see the world.”

Frank will give a brief talk, answer questions, then sign copies of his book and chat with the audience.

 

Quail Ridge Books Event Postponed to September 23rd

Native Places by Frank Harmon

By Juli Leonard, News & Observer

Quail Ridge Books’ Meet the Author and Book Signing event in Raleigh for Frank Harmon and Native Places: Drawing as a Way to See has been postponed to Sunday, September 23rd, beginning at 2 p.m.

If you cannot attend on that day but would like your book signed, Quail Ridge coordinator Sarah Godden asks that you call (919.828.1599) or send an email (sarah@quailridgebooks.com).

If you would prefer a refund, call the store and they will take care of that, as well.

“If you were not planning to attend and are waiting for signed books to be shipped to you,” she said, “we hope to get that done as soon as possible, weather permitting, so they can be shipped out early next week.”