First Wednesday

Date-Wednesday, May 3
Time-Noon
RSVP- Sallie Smith

Daniel Burnham, an architect and urban designer
Presented by Judith Paine McBrien, Architectural historian

We are delighted to have Judith, both a friend and Kenilworth Union Church member, speak about architect Daniel Burnham and show part of a PBS documentary film that she directed,  Make No Little Plans: Daniel Burnham and the American City.

Please RSVP no later than Friday, April 28.

If you need to cancel at the last minute we would appreciate a $10 check being sent to Kenilworth Union Church, attention “First Wednesday Luncheon.” Thank you, this will help us come out even.

Judith Paine McBrien is Director of The Archimedia Workshop. She writes, produces films, and lectures about architecture, landscapes, history and design. In 2013 she received the Excellence in Architectural Media Award from the Society of Architectural Historians; in 2014 she was honored at the Chicago Public Library Foundation at the Carl Sandburg Literary Awards Dinner for her literary contributions to Chicago.

Among the many architecture films she has produced is Make No Little Plans: Daniel Burnham and the American City, which screened in Millennium Park in Chicago, on the National Mall in Washington, DC and on national PBS.