It is no surprise that the architecture of Charles and Henry Green still lines the streets of Pasadena in the form of beautiful arts & craft homes. Choosing to accentuate the visual importance of the aesthetic nature of the joints, pegs, and complex wood-work, any home designed by Greene & Greene felt comfortable and most importantly: secure. Come join Gamble House staff and head of the Greene & Greene Archives at the Huntington Library Anna Scheid for her discussion of “how the architectural brothers found fame in their later years by an appreciative audience of architects, journalists, academics and photographers in the 1950s which eventually set the stage for today’s Arts & Crafts movement.”
WHAT: PROPHETS WITHOUT HONOR: THE REDISCOVERY OF GREENE & GREENE
WHEN: Tuesday, February 23, 2016. 7 p.m.
WHERE: The Neighborhood Church, 301 N. Orange Grove Blvd., Pasadena 91103
COST: $30 public, $25 FOGH members. Tickets at www.gamblehouse.org