Annual Goldberg Lecture Features Local Architects
The Arts Council of Princeton presents the sixth annual David R. Goldberg Lecture in Architecture on Wednesday, June 12, at 7 p.m. at the Paul Robeson Center, 102 Witherspoon Street. Admission is free.
Tom Wright moderates the talk featuring Alan Chimacoff, Max Hayden, MJ Sagan, and Kevin Wilkes.
Mr. Chimacoff, AIA is a founding principal of ikon.5 architects and teaches part-time at Princeton University. Mr. Hayden presently chairs the Hopewell Historic Preservation Commission and has served as a member for many years. He has owned his own architectural practice – Maximillian Hayden Architect Inc. — since 1991.
Ms. Sagan is the owner of MJ Sagan Architecture, an architecture and interior architecture firm in Princeton specializing in custom designs for a wide range of national and international architectural projects. Former Princeton Borough Councilman Kevin Wilkes is a local architect and small business owner. He founded the architecture and construction firm, the Prince-
ton Design Guild (PDG), in 1986.
Mr. Wright is the executive director of Regional Plan Association, a non-profit civic group that compiles long range plans for the N.Y.-N.J.-Conn. metropolitan region. He teaches graduate courses in urban planning at Columbia and Princeton universities and lectures widely on growth management and regional planning.
The David R. Goldberg Lecture in Architecture was established by Bunny and Marv Goldberg in memory of their son David and is supported by a fund that has over 250 contributors to date. The series features an annual lecture by a prominent architect. The first lecture took place in June 2008 featuring Paul Robeson Center designer Michael Graves. In 2009 the lecture featured J. Robert Hillier, Stan Allen in 2010, Harrison Fraker, Jr. in 2011 and James Polshek in 2012.
Reservations are suggested for this event. Call (609) 924-8777.