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Virginia Architecture: The Jefferson Period 1780-1820   

Virginia, rich in architecture with many varieties of styles represented in its buildings, provides an overview of architecture in America. Come explore and gain an appreciation through the instructor’s research and extensive collection of photographs. The second in this series covers the Jefferson architecture period (1780-1820), including Jefferson's amazing accomplishments in the field with his Virginia State Capitol, Monticello, the University of Virginia, and Poplar Forest and the extension of those architectural ideals in the work of his master builders. You will gain a better understanding of architecture and an eye on how to determine the time period and style of a building.

Note: Recommended reading: The Virginia Landmarks Register, Calder Loth; The Architecture of Jefferson Country, K. Edward Lay



Virginia Architecture: The Jefferson Period 1780-1820 (ARTS069)    IN-PERSON

Instructor:  K. Edward Lay

Day of the Week: W, Times: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM    

Dates: 3/9/2022 - 4/6/2022  

Sessions: 5   

Fee: $55.00

Course Location: The Center - Classroom

Mask policy for this location: Masks required for all

Location Address: 540 Belvedere Blvd Charlottesville, VA 22901

Limit (we do monitor enrollment and when possible may add seats): 99

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*If circumstances related to COVID-19 dictate this course cannot be held in person, it will be offered online, same dates and times. 

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