Rochester Architecture: The Art We Live In: Two Centuries of Building and Design

The restored dining room with original furniture in the 1908-built Edward Boynton House (architect: Frank Lloyd Wright) at 16 East Blvd., Rochester, NY.

Rochester Art Club Program
November 11, 2023~2:00 p.m.

Fedder Building, 1237 E Main St, Rochester, NY 14609

Please join us for a slide talk and presentation by Cynthia Howk, Architectural Research Coordinator (retired), The Landmark Society of Western New York

Discover the exciting history of architecture in the greater Rochester region, which spans over 200 years of creativity, from the pioneer era of Federal design in the late 1700s to the 21st century’s innovative buildings. “Architecture, the Art We Live In” will feature exterior and interior views of some of the region’s most iconic landmarks, whose designers include Minard Lefever, Andrew Jackson Davis, A.J. Warner, Frank Lloyd Wright, Fletcher Steele, Thomas Boyde, Jr. and James H. Johnson, among a line-up of architects and landscape architects whose legacy remains, today.

RSVP to as we have limited seating. Thank you!