Wednesday 13th October 2021, 6pm London time
‘A Virtual Tour of The Gamble House, the iconic Arts and Crafts house in Pasadena, California’
Due to technical issues this event is temporarily postponed. You can still register at the link below until 6pm BST on 13 October and you will receive details of the new date as soon as it decided. If you miss this deadline a new registration will be opened up in due course and advertised. With thanks for your patience.
Join Edward R. (Ted) Bosley (SS 2017), Executive Director/CEO, and Jennifer Trotoux (SS 2016), Director of Collections and Interpretation, of the Gamble House Conservancy for an informative walk through Greene & Greene’s 1908 Arts & Crafts era masterwork. This National Historic Landmark residence is a testament to the architectural and artistic vision of Charles and Henry Greene, its architects, who were leaders in the Arts & Crafts movement in the United States from the vantage point of the West. This visit will feature special attention to the interplay of architecture and furniture in the making of the house’s significant interiors, the role of craftsmanship and fine woodworking, and the house’s ongoing curatorial story. Starting as a winter home, the house touched four generations of Gambles before the family donated it to the City of Pasadena in 1966. Since that time, the house has been open to the public and welcomes thousands of visitors each year.
You can register for the webinar here