SDAF is pleased to announce our exclusive upcoming event, A Very Special Evening with Boone Hellman.
M. Boone Hellmann, FAIA, is Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities Design and Construction and Campus Architect at University of California, San Diego (UCSD). This exciting event will take place on June 15, 2011, starting with a reception in the courtyard of the Neurosciences Institute at 5:30 p.m., followed by an in-depth interview in the auditorium at 7:00 conducted by Keith York of ModernSanDiego.com. The interview will include appearances by some special guests who have played a role in Mr. Hellman’s efforts to establish UCSD as one of the most architecturally significant campuses in the nation.
Many thanks to the Sponsors of
A Very Special Evening with Boone Hellmann!
These special evenings are fundraising events of the San Diego Architectural Foundation, and as such, proceeds of these events will benefit the SDAF, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to education and the promotion of outstanding architecture, planning and urban design throughout the San Diego region. Your sponsorship will support our efforts to inspire excellence in San Diego’s built environment, accomplished primarily through our diverse and distinctive programs including Design Scholarships, Community Vision Award, Orchids & Onions, Inside the Design Studio, PechaKucha Night and others.
NOTE TO MEMBERS: To ensure seating, please RSVP using ticket sales link below. Thank you!
|Cocktail Reception and Interview||$25|
Cocktail Reception and Interview
(includes 1-year, Individual SDAF Membership - a $55 value!)
(Includes 1-year, Student SDAF Membership - a $25 value!)
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San Diego Architectural Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organziation dedicated to education and promotion of outstanding architecture, planning and urban design throughout the San Diego region.
P.O. Box 122228
San Diego, CA 92112-2228
Federal Tax ID: 95-3513927
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