Forum :: “Back Bay Boston: Fusing the Historic and the Modern”

April 15, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. to Noon, Cascieri Hall
(this is a free event)

“Back Bay Boston: Fusing the Historic and the Modern”
Cascieri Hall, Boston Architectural College, 320 Newbury Street

Sponsored by:
Back Bay Historical/The Global Boston Perspective
Boston Architectural College
Back Bay Association

Ted Landsmark, President, Boston Architectural College

Keynote Address
“Why Trinity Church Needed the Hancock Tower- Why the Historic Needs the Modern”
Historian and Author, Douglass Shand-Tucci, President, Back Bay Historical

Panel Discussion
Moderated by: Jeff Stein, Head of the School of Architecture and Dean, Boston Architectural College, will include:

· Robert Campbell, Architecture Critic, The Boston Globe
· Bryan Koop, Sr. Vice President & Regional Manager, Boston Properties
· John Palmieri, Director, Boston Redevelopment Authority
· Frederick A. (Tad) Stahl FAIA (member of Mayor's Back Bay Task Force of 1970)
· Mark Jarzombek, Head of History, Theory, and Criticism, MIT School of Architecture

Meg Mainzer-Cohen, President, Back Bay Association