Benefit Reservations

April 14

PETER WATSON
“A.J. Davis: Artist & Architect”
Peter Watson is a preservationist and architectural historian focused on 19th century history and culture.

AARON AHLSTROM
A.J. Davis: Classical Architecture, and Reforming America’s Rural Landscapes”
Aaron Ahlstrom is a Bard alumnus and a doctoral candidate in art history at Boston University.

3:00 to 5:30 pm each day.
Limited to 40 seats per session.

 

 

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April 21

JOHN WAITE and DOUGLAS BUCHER
“A.J. Davis: Makeover of a Hudson Valley Mansion”
John Waite is an architect specializing in historic preservation. Douglas Bucher is a conservator and consultant with John G. Waite Associates.

3:00 to 5:30 pm each day.
Limited to 40 seats per session.

 

 

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April 28

PETER KENNEY and MARK LYTLE
“Paying for Eden: the Economics of Country House Culture in the Hudson Valley”
Peter Kenney is the Co-Director of Classical American Homes Preservation Trust. Mark Lytle is Professor Emeritus of History at Bard College.

3:00 to 5:30 pm each day.
Limited to 40 seats per session.

 

 

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May 5

EMILY MAJER and GRETTA TRITCH ROMAN
A.J. Davis’ Swiss Cottage and 1861 Farmhouse: The Pragmatic Picturesque at Cedar Hill”
Emily Majer is a Bard alumna and a preservation and restoration carpenter. Gretta Tritch Roman, PhD. Arch. History teaches in the Experimental Humanities program at Bard College.

3:00 to 5:30 pm each day.
Limited to 40 seats per session.

 

 

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