Participants will discover the unique heritage of Early Black Architects whom helped shape Baltimore.
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Virtual Histories are back in 2021! The Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) and Baltimore Heritage present a series of 30 minute live virtual tours and presentations focusing on Baltimore architecture, preservation and history.
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Early Black Architects have been practicing in Baltimore and Maryland since at least 1901. This rare presentation will feature the Early Black Architects whom practiced prior to 1970 in Baltimore. Participants will discover the unique heritage of Early Black Architects whom helped shape Baltimore, influenced the early generation of Black Architects and established early Black architectural firms.
About the Presenter
Dale Glenwood Green is a Professor of Architecture and Lead Faculty for Historic Preservation at Morgan State University School of Architecture and Planning. He has been teaching and leading research on Black Architects since he developed the Black Architects seminar in 2010. He is also Partner in the architectural firm of Sulton Campbell Britt & Associates, PC founded in 1964 by pioneering Black Architects.
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