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Lecture: Architect Paul Rudolph and American Modernism in the 1950s
Learn how architect Paul Rudolph recovered monumentality, urbanism, symbolism, and decoration in buildings, like his Jewett Art Center at Wellesley College. Timothy Rohan’s lecture demonstrates how Rudolph’s work informed postwar modernism and made him one of the most acclaimed and criticized architects of the late twentieth century.
|Where||Jewett Auditorium 106 Central St, Wellesley, MA 02482|
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|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Jewett Auditorium
Jewett Auditorium is part of the Wellesley College Campus and provides free music events for the public. This venue hosts concert series featuring a range of musical styles including jazz, classical and French cantata. Lectures by artists, author readings, theater programs, and symposia are also held.