Join us for an evening of fun and fascinating storytelling with architects, interior designers, CAC docents and regular folks who will share crafted tales about Chicago’s buildings and their personal experiences with the built environment.
The evening will be hosted by Scott Whitehair, a professional storyteller, teacher, producer and creator of Story Lab Chicago.
featured storyteller: Doug Farr
Doug Farr is the founding principal and president of Farr Associates Architecture and Urban Design, a Chicago-based firm of optimistic architects and urban designers who plan and design lovable, aspirational buildings and places.
featured storyteller: Karen Genelly
Karen Genelly is a longtime CAC docent who loves to tell the stories behind how Chicago became the great city it is today. Karen is also a teacher and counselor for Chicago Public Schools.
featured storyteller: Wayne Johnson
Wayne Johnson has worn many hats over the years. He defines himself as a special event jockey, habitat craftsman, metro chef and urban explorer. He owns and operates his own graphic design and web design business. Wayne has been an interpreter at The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust for seven years and a CAC docent for the two years.
featured storyteller: Adrienne Liebermann
Adrienne Lieberman has been a CAC docent since 2010. Prior to telling stories about Chicago and its beloved architecture, she authored and co-authored several books and articles on pregnancy and birth for parenting magazines—oh the stories she can tell!
featured storyteller: Elle Ramel
Elle Ramel is the Director of Development at Farpoint Development. She helps to project manage the redevelopment of the Michael Reese Hospital site in Chicago. . She also co-founded City Open Workshop- a bi-montly forum designed to bring architects and planners to assist communities with design capabilities.
featured storyteller: John Syvertsen
John Syvertsen, FAIA, has been an architect in Chicago for 40 years. He is past president of OWP/P Architects, a multi-disciplinary architecture, engineering and design firm. He also served on the Board of Trustees of the Chicago Architecture Foundation for 15 years.
- Ticket price includes entrance to the Chicago Architecture Center on the day of the event.
- Ticket price also includes one drink.
- Discount tickets are available with a valid student ID for $8 at the CAC Box Office.
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