Louis Sullivan: the Struggle for American Architecture

Please join the Creative Exchange Lab for the first screening in our Design Film Series held in CEL’s downtown exhibition space on the corner of 7th  and Locust St, 635 Locust Street, St. Louis.  The acclaimed film “Louis Sullivan: the Struggle for American Architecture” is directed by Mark Richard Smith and offers a portrayal of the man who fought for a uniquely American architecture that incorporated 19th century romanticism and 20th century modernism.

Richard’s film is the first in a four-part series focusing on “Architecture,” “Ecology,” “Urbanism,” and “Design,” respectively.  Films are screened on consecutive Thursdays June 28th through July 19th.

Free Pi pizza served at 8:30pm; the film begins at 9pm. (97 mins).

Admission is Free for CEL members, $5 for Students, $10 for Adults. 



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