Judson Lecture Series Begins this Friday with Architect Steve Mouzon
(Elgin, IL – September 7, 2010) Architect Steve Mouzon will give the first lecture in this year’s School of Art, Design and Architecture’s Lecture and Exhibition Series this Friday, September 10 beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Herrick Chapel at Judson University’s Elgin campus.
Mouzon is an architect, urbanist, author and photographer. He has led and contributed to many advances in sustainable place-making and building design. He founded the New Urban Guild, which is a group of architects, designers, and other New Urbanists dedicated to sustainable buildings and places native to and inspired by the regions in which they are built. Steve newest book, the Original Green: Unlocking the Mystery of True Sustainability, frames sustainability in common-sense, plain-spoken terms. For more information about Mouzon, visit www.mouzon.com.
Following the lecture, stop by Judson’s Draewell Gallery and enjoy the illustrations and renderings created by Junior architecture and visual communication students who took a study European trip this summer. The gallery, located in the Harm A. Weber Academic Center is open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. The student exhibit will be on display until September 25.
All of the lectures and exhibits from the School of Art, Design and Architecture are free and open to the public. Please visit www.judsonu.edu for more information.