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2018 ACSA Fall Conference  |  PLAY with the Rules
October 11-13, 2018  |  Milwaukee, WI
Host School: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Co-chairs: Jasmine Benyamin, Nikole Bouchard, Whitney Moon, Kyle Reynolds, & Mo Zell, UWM
 
 

Below are tours being offered during the Play with the Rules | 2018 ACSA Fall Conference.
 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2018



1:00pm – 5:00pm: Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Milwaukee                                                  $25

Tour led by: Matthew T Jarosz, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Explore the history and architecture that Milwaukee offers. Site include Milwaukee City Hall, Pabst Theater, Mitchell Building, Mackie Building, and Loyalty Building. 

This is a walking tour in and around downtown Milwaukee.  


 * To add a tour to your existing conference registration, please call the ACSA office at 202-785-2324

 




3:00pm – 5:00pm: Walking Tour of Milwaukee Art Museum                                                               $25 
Tour Led by Jim Shields, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Milwaukee Museum Overview, Saarinen War Memorial, Cudahy Gardens, Quadracci Pavilion, MAM addition, and renovated galleries

This is a walking tour in and around the Milwaukee Art Museum.  

 

 * To add a tour to your existing conference registration, please call the ACSA office at 202-785-2324

 




1:00pm – 5:30pm: Frank Lloyd Wright's Johnson Wax & the American System Houses              $50
Tour Led by Mark Keene, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

The SC Johnson Campus global headquarters in Racine, Wisconsin, includes the spectacular Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Administration Building and Research Tower and the award-winning Fortaleza Hall, designed by Foster + Partners. The SC Johnson Administration Building was the first Frank Lloyd Wright designed for SC Johnson. The Research Tower opened in 1950. Designed by world-renowned Foster + Partners, Fortaleza Hall includes an 888-square-foot vertical garden and, at its center, the replica Sikorsky aircraft flown by Sam Johnson and his sons to Fortaleza, Brazil.
Wright designed his American System-Built structures between 1911-1917, motivated by his lifelong interest in affordable housing.

This is a bus tour to Racine, WI and returning to Milwaukee.   

 

 * To add a tour to your existing conference registration, please call the ACSA office at 202-785-2324