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If you live in an older home, it can be exciting and enlightening to learn about the history of your house. Get the tools to research your home at this two-part class on March 3 and 10, facilitated by architectural historian and planner Matt Wicklund.

$40 public (includes CAC admission)
$25 for CAC members
Gand Lecture Hall, 111 E. Wacker Dr.

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Note: Single ticket purchase includes both dates in the class, March 3 and March 10.

Who lived or died in your home? What did it look like when it was built? What changes have been made over time? Get the tools to research these questions and more at this hands-on class. Bring a laptop to start putting the skills you’ll learn to use right away!

Program Speaker:   MATTHEW M. WICKLUND

Carol Ross Barney

Matthew M. Wicklund is a preservation planner and architectural historian who has consulted with firms, non-profit organizations, and individuals on a range of historic preservation topics. His work has involved significant archival research and, since 2012, he has written over a dozen Chicago landmark designation reports and several nominations to the National Register of Historic Places. He holds Master’s degrees in historic preservation and city planning from the University of Pennsylvania.

  • Discounted tickets are available with a valid student ID for $20 at the CAC Box Office.
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