Learning Opportunity: FREE Films on Architecture for Arch and the City
If none of the no-cover-charge music events in the city this week tickle your fancy, maybe you ought to take a moment to appreciate the city itself with one of the Architecture & the City events put on by the San Francisco chapter of the American Institute of Architecture. Tonight’s event at the Main Library, for example, is a FREE screening of Make No Little Plans – a documentary on Daniel Brunham, a man many consider to be the father of urban planning.
Other Architecture & the City events include opening architect-designed, privately-owned residences to public tours so you can get an inside look at some incredible houses that you’ll probably never be able to afford. Still, it never hurt anybody to look, right?
FuncheapSF has the scoop on all the upcoming film screenings in the Architecture & the City series and you can check out AIASF.org for more info on all the Architecture & the City Events.
Make No Little Plans: Daniel Burnham and the American City
Wednesday, September 8th, 6pm
100 Larkin St at Grove [Civic Center]
FREE, RSVP here.