First coming to prominence in the Middle Ages, stained glass has been enhancing buildings around the world for thousands of years. Join us as we explore architecturally significant buildings on Michigan Avenue that feature the magic of stained glass.
Stained glass can enhance an architectural space, as the light that passes through creates animation of patters on walls and floor. Traditionally used in churches and other holy buildings, today, it is not uncommon to find stained glass in cultural buildings, hotels, art installations and even shopping malls. Wherever it is found, it is sure that these spaces will be magical.
PROGRAM SPEAKER: JOANNE LINZER
Joanne Linzer has been a CAC docent for 20 years. She is certified for multiple CAC building, bus, and walking tours, and the River Cruise. Her professional work in immunology and her interest in architecture came together in a master’s thesis on the architecture of the immune response. Linzer enjoys educating people about the vital importance of architecture.