Architecture and Art: A Look at Landscape in the Twenty-first Century

Monday, March 08, 2004, 11:00 a.m.

The Schwab Room

While working with private patrons and public clients such as museums, architects are charged with the task of blending form, function, and environment with artistic design. These renowned architects discuss their work at MoMA Queens, the Sonoma County Museum, and a private residence on San Francisco's Telegraph Hill.

$60 general; $50 SFMOMA members. Ticket price includes lunch. For tickets or information about the Modern Art Council, call 415.357.4127.

Art Sandwiched In is presented by the Modern Art Council, an auxiliary of SFMOMA.


Jim Jennings, architect
Tom Leader, landscape architect
Michael Maltzan, architect
Moderator: Joseph Rosa, Helen Hilton Raiser Curator of Architecture and Design, SFMOMA