|Age Limit||18 and up|
Seeking volunteer help with a film program on Wednesday, November 15 at the Jones Center on Congress Avenue. As a volunteer you will assist with guest check-in and breakdown at the end of the film. You will have the opportunity to watch the film with a guest as part of your shift.
Eileen Gray’s uncompromising vision defined and defied the practice of modernism in design, decoration, and architecture. Making a reputation with her lacquer work, she became a sought-after designer, then reinvented herself as an architect—a field in which she labored largely in obscurity.
Gray’s pioneering work is being rediscovered today, and her legacy remains elusive and compelling. Watch the trailer below.
Directed by Marco Orsini, 2014, 76 min.
|Perks||You and a guest can watch the movie for free.|
|Parking Details||City Parking Meter for $1.20/hr. Parking garages at 7th and Brazos (range from $7 - 10). Public transportation is encouraged.|
3 Positions Filled | 3 Impacts | 9 Hours