Panhandle PBS, AMoA teaming for film series
By Chip Chandler — Digital Content Producer
Amarillo Museum of Art and Panhandle PBS are partnering to share three PBS films on architecture and how it dynamically shapes the world around us.
This series will be held in the third-floor library at Amarillo Museum of Art, 2200 S. Van Buren St., and is free of charge and open to the public. Participants are welcome to bring a brown-bag lunch.
This series is part of the AMoA Biennial 600: Architecture exhibition, the seventh iteration of the museum’s biennial series. Visitors will find that the exhibition — and this film series — will include works that challenge definitions of what the word architecture means.
- 10 Buildings that Changed America at noon Sept. 12: Ten works of American architecture that changed the way we live.
- American Masters — Eero Saarinen: The Architect Who Saw the Future at noon Sept. 19: Explore the life and work of Finnish-American modernist architectural giant Eero Saarinen, whose visionary buildings include St. Louis' Gateway Arch and the General Motors Technical Center in Michigan.
- 10 Homes that Changed America at noon Sept. 26: Ten architecturally adventuresome homes that elevated living to an art form.
For information, visit amarilloart.org or call 806-371-5050.