Book Talks in the Time of Coronavirus: Frank Harmon Goes Virtual
On Thursday, May 21, from 5-6 p.m., Frank Harmon, FAIA, will discuss his book, Native Places: Drawing as a Way to See, and his intent to change the way we observe the world around us, via an interactive webinar sponsored by American Institute of Architect’s Washington, DC. chapter.
Architects will receive LU credits by attending.
The virtual event is open to the public but registration is required. To register, click here then click on the red “Attend” button. Attendance fees range from $10 to $25. How to attend Frank’s talk will be in the confirmation email following registration.
During his talk, Frank will read excerpts from Native Places. He’ll also discuss how sketching influenced his architectural work and taught him to truly “see” and appreciate th vernacular, no matter how ordinary.
The AIA | DC event is part of Frank’s year-long book tour. After traveling to book stores and other venues up and down the east coast and as far west as Tucson, Frank’s tour seemed to stop when the pandemic struck — until AIA | DC proposed a virtual version.
Frank will answer questions from attendees following his talk. He can’t sign books after that, but the AIA |DC host will direct everyone to the “Buy Now” button on the book’s website: nativeplacesthebook.com
For all the details on the event, including the Learning Objectives, go to AIA | DC’s calendar.