Introduced by Ted Bosley, former Director of the Gamble House.
The Gamble House is the incredible story of brothers Charles and Henry Greene who were pushed reluctantly into architecture by their forceful father only to design and build the most seminal and stunning Arts and Crafts house in America. The house, however, did not come without its price, both personally and professionally, for the Greene brothers, and David and Mary Gamble who commissioned it. It’s a tale of American craftsmanship, international influence, artistic frustration, loss, and triumph, which led to the completion of one of the shining examples of American architecture, known to fans of Back to the Future as Doc Brown’s house, and fans of architecture simply as The Gamble House.
Film Night is generously sponsored by Compass.
Included with museum admission. Advance tickets are recommended.
For questions or to purchase tickets by phone, please call 949.494.8971 x203.
Thomas Hunt: California Modernist
In conjunction with the current exhibition, curators Janet Blake and Keith Colestock discuss the life and work of Thomas Hunt.
Art and Landscape
In a curtain-raiser for the Art & Nature festival, art historian Julia Friedman explores the ways in which landscape has shaped art through history.
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