Buffalo Architecture Expert Tim Tielman to Speak At Daemen

Buffalo Architecture Attracts International Interest WHY? Buffalo's Own Tim Tielman Will Explain

 

September 16, 2011

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Contact:    Mike Andrei

                 Director-College Relations

                 716.839.8472

                 mandrei@daemen.edu  

 

Event

Information:    Daemen Conference &

                       Events Office

                       716.839.8253

 

RSVP:      Daemen External Relations

                716.839.8212

                alumni@daemen.edu  

 

Tim Tielman has been involved in every major preservation issue in Buffalo for over 25 years, first as a member of the Preservation Coalition of Erie County, then as its Executive Director. He is presently the founding member and Executive Director of the Campaign for Greater Buffalo History, Architecture and Culture.

 

Join us as Tim Tielman shares his knowledge and concerns for the preservation of the legacies of our Buffalo designers. Tielman’s talk will begin 7:00 p.m., Thursday, October 6, 2011, in Rosary Hall, on the Daemen College campus, 4380 Main Street, in Amherst. This event is free and open to the public. To RSVP, call 839-8212 or email alumni@daemen.edu . Tielman's appearance at Daemen is part of the Daemen College/Rosary Hill Alumni Association Duns Scotus Lecture Series.

 

Buffalo is blessed with the legacy of such great American architects as Henry Hobson Richardson, Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Louise Blanchard Bethune, a Buffalonian who was the first American female architect. Their works have drawn international interest evidenced by the fact that the National Trust for Historic Preservation has chosen Buffalo as the site of its annual conference this year. Join Tim Tielman at Daemen College to hear about and discuss Buffalo’s singular architectural history.

 

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