Special Event

Learning to See: Denise Scott Brown

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Thursday, September 9, 2021

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM


Temple Contemporary Gallery


“Learning to See: Denise Scott Brown” is a unique exhibition that examines the renowned architect and planner Denise Scott Brown’s ideas about the built environment, as reflected in her photography. Her larger-than-life images reveal “untraditional places and directions” and show her “uncanny ability to know where to look” during a lifetime of observing landscapes and city landscapes around the world—including Philadelphia and, of course, Las Vegas. (curated by Carolina Vaccaro and Noa Maliar)


Directions: The entrance to the gallery is on Norris Street, between 12th and 13th Streets. This is three blocks from the Cecil B. Moore station on the Broad Street line.


Additional Information: Attendees are required to be fully vaccinated and to wear masks except when eating or drinking. To confirm your registration, please send a photograph of your vaccination card to dagfellow@gmail.com with VAX in the subject line by Friday September 3rd at 11:59 pm, or be prepared to present a vaccination card at entry to the event.


Admission is free; however, $20 donations are accepted


Registration is required for the event. You can register for the event HERE.

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