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Evenings with DADo: Mies on Scene – SOLD OUT!
Wed September 28th @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm AEST
Mies on Scene is a lyrical documentary framing the original 1929 construction and ultimate 1986 reconstruction of The Barcelona Pavilion. Originally intended as a temporary structure for the German Pavilion at Barcelona’s International Exposition following the end of WWI, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich’s design emulated a profound modernity – at once revolutionary whilst simultaneously rooted in their country’s classical history.
An introductory talk by architect and academic Professor Alan Pert, Deputy Dean of Architecture at University of Melbourne will be preempt the film which will commence at 7pm.
‘Evenings with DADo’ offer an intimate commingling of film and conversation centered around diverse historical and contemporary stories of architecture, design, landscape and urbanism. Feature-length films, documentaries, shorts and animations all find a home in Robin Boyd’s living room at ‘Walsh Street’. DADo welcomes Thandi Paterson as curator of the 22/23 program.
This is also your last opportunity to see the TECTA furniture collection at Walsh Street, with pieces designed by Bauhaus luminaries including Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe and Lily Reich.
Doors open at 6.30pm, film introduction commences at 7pm.
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- Please do not attend if you have any possible Covid symptoms or if you become aware that you are a close contact. We are happy to refund your tickets or reschedule you to a later tour date. Please email us at email@example.com to rearrange tour dates.
- Please do not bring infants or young children with you to the tour.
- Masks are recommended inside the house when not eating or drinking.
- Please observe social distancing as much as possible.
- Please avail yourself to hand sanitiser at our various sanitation stations throughout the house.