Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Dallas Center for Architecture Welcomed Guests to ROCKITECTURE 2014

On Thursday, May 1, the Dallas Center for Architecture welcomed guests to ROCKITECTURE 2014. The event was held in Dallas’ original Masonic Temple, The Room on Main, which offered a panoramic view of downtown and beyond. It was the perfect venue for a night of stylish cocktails, bites, tunes and a silent auction.
Bernadette Schaeffler, Candy Evans
While Lucy Wrubel spun hit music, guests enjoyed delicious hors d'oeuvres as they bid on the silent auction items. The silent auction was uniquely curated with items that appeal to admirers of great design and architecture, donated by local and national designers, artists and architects.
Shalissa Colwell, John Perry
 
Houston Wurtele, Loren Brouillette
Items ranged from photographs by Highland Park High School students to luxurious travel packages to New York City and Sonoma Valley.  
Mark Denesuk, Pam Denesuk
The DCFA works to encourage the conversation about why architecture matters to YOU. The DCFA seeks to foster the public's understanding of the power of architecture to enrich the city and its residents’ lives. Through the scholarships, programs, exhibits and tours that the Center presents, the DCFA has hosted more than 3,000 events and welcomed more than 30,000 people to its programs. The organization has also created a robust series of public programs to fulfill its mission of fostering the conversation about why architecture matters to the community.
Lucy Wrubel
Shad Spears, Alexa Spears
Tara Worthey, Tina Terry, Allison Weiner
 

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