During the public program, Paul Goldberger will deliver an original presentation on the state of architecture criticism today, the changing role of mainstream media in a digital world, and the rise of citizen journalists. Maya Lin, architectural designer and artist, will provide opening remarks.
Event begins at 6:30PM
Presented by: National Building Museum
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