For years, Baltimoreans witnessed the gradual process of demolition, fundriaisng and rebuilding that went into restoring the sparkling new Parkway Theatre. Later this month, we’ll have a chance to hear from some of the architects, designers and other key contributors to the historic theater’s resurrection.
The American Institute of Architects’ Baltimore chapter will host “Designing the Parkway” on Wednesday, Oct. 25, offering an evening of moderated discussions about the theater’s redesign featuring reps from design firm Post Typography, Ziger/Snead Architects and general contractor Southway Builders. The event is part of Baltimore Architecture Month, which celebrates the city’s most historic and unique buildings throughout October.
A listing describes the night as “a conversation and behind-the-scenes look at the rebranding of the Maryland Film Festival and how Baltimore’s grandest abandoned movie theater was transformed into a 21st-century landmark.”
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