Irving J. Gill:
New Architecture for a Great Country
The largest celebration of architecture in Southern California since the Panama-California Exhibition in 1915!
8 Gill Exhibitions Now Open!
Numerous upcoming events including tours, lecture,
symposium and education programs for children
Details in the Calendar
Special Event Notice – October 20th:
Are proud to announce a very special symposium:
Irving J. Gill and the Chicago School
An architectural symposium that will trace the inspiration for California’s modern architecture from Chicago to San Diego and back again via Irving J. Gill (1870-1936).
Presentations and discussion by three prominent historians of the Chicago and Prairie Schools of architecture.
– James B. Guthrie, AIA, Architect, Gill Foundation President and Co-Founder, Gill Historian and Curator
– Tim Samuelson, City of Chicago Architectural Historian, Curator and Author
– Paul Kruty, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Architectural History University of Illinois and Author
– David Jameson, Cultural Archivist and Author
Thursday, October 20, 2016
The La Jolla Woman’s Club (Gill: 1914)
7791 Draper Ave., La Jolla, CA 92037
5:00 PM – Refreshments and Woman’s Club self-tour starts
6:00 PM – Panel starts
The public is welcome. This is a free event.