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Future Architects

Saturday, May 21, 2016 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Registration is NOT required
Nathaniel J. Bradlee (1829-1888), Moses Williams. Trader's Bank Building, Longitudinal Section, 1858. Watercolor, pen and ink. From Volume 8 of The Architectural Drawings of Nathaniel J. Bradlee. Gift of Philip Wadsworth, 1937.
Nathaniel J. Bradlee (1829-1888), Moses Williams. Trader's Bank Building, Longitudinal Section, 1858. Watercolor, pen and ink. From Volume 8 of The Architectural Drawings of Nathaniel J. Bradlee. Gift of Philip Wadsworth, 1937.

Future Architects

If you could create your own library, house, school, or office building, what would it look like? What materials would you use? What innovative features would it have? In what style would you build? Join us for a chance to build a model of your dream structure using reusable, recycled, and surplus materials. Parents are welcome and encouraged to build too. We’ll provide the building materials, you provide the creativity! Recommended for ages 5-12; all ages are welcome.

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