Exhibit – "The Modernization of Tuscaloosa's Built Environment: The Architecture of Don Buel Schuyler, 1937 – 1964."

Date: Saturday, January 14, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM - 04:30 PM
Location: Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum
Cost: Free Admission

Categories: UA Museums

Learn how Tuscaloosa was transformed by the architecture and vision of one man.  Enjoy the works of Tuscaloosa’s premier architect, Don Buel Schuyler.  Guest curators Gene Ford, Architectural Historian with the Office of Archaeological Research (UA), and Jeanette Remaley, Schuyler’s granddaughter, have gathered images that chronicle the work of Schuyler from Wichita, Kansas where he worked with Frank Lloyd Wright to the Tuscaloosa buildings that bear his signature style.

Free admission.

November 8 — February 25, Tuesday-Saturday

Contact Info: Katherine Edge, kbedge@ua.edu, 205-248-4931, Website

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