Irving J. Gill:
New Architecture for a Great Country
The largest celebration of architecture in Southern California since the Panama-California Exhibition in 1915!
– Exhibitions closing soon – be sure to visit these before they close!
About the Irving J. Gill Multi-site Exhibitions
Multiple San Diego and Southern California cultural organizations have joined together to tell the story of Irving J. Gill, an extraordinary San Diegan, and one of the key founders of modern architecture. Exhibitions and programs are being held throughout San Diego County to explore Gill’s life and work. With presentations at multiple institutions, visitors will gain a broader understanding of his life, architecture, and legacy.
About the Calendar
The following calendar presents exhibitions and tours celebrating the architecture and life of Irving J. Gill.
All calendar listings shown are open to the public. Some events have limited attendance and may require a ticket. See the ‘Details’ links for more information.
This calendar is being updated regularly. Please come back often to see what is new.
Exhibitions – 2017
Exhibitions Now Open:
UPDATE: through June, 2017
Every Sunday – Tours
Save Our Heritage Organisation
Tour 1: Urban Poetry: Irving Gill & Bankers Hill
Meeting Place: Marston House (1905), 3525 Seventh Avenue, San Diego, CA, 92103 — 10:30am
Tour 2: A Progressive Vision: San Diego’s Seventh Avenue
Meeting Place: 3500 block of Seventh Avenue (1905-1913), San Diego, CA, 92103 — 12:30pm
Event Details Link