My Personal Encounters with the Work of Jewish Architects

February 28, 2022, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

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Class Instructor: Aaron Rand

Dates: December 6, 2021, February 14 and 28, 2022

Time: 1:00 – 2:30 PM

Course Description:

During the last few years, I have come to realize the importance of Jews in architecture. Many of the most important works of modern architecture have been built for or designed by Jews.

I went to architectural school and became an architect in the 1960’s. The architects I will talk about crossed my path and affected my life in some way. All were visionaries and changed the direction of
architecture.

I don’t have an answer if Jewish architects are different from other architects. The one thing I see is that they were able to reinvent themselves.

Aaron Rand: Aaron attended Pratt Institute 1959-1961.

Graduated from City College of New York, B.S, and B.Arch.

Five years’ experience working on commercial and institutional architecture for several architects. Licensed to practice architecture New York State. Taught at Dutchess Community College for 30 years, Retired as Professor and Chairman of the Architecture and Construction Technologies program. In private architectural practice for over 30 years designing and constructing energy efficient and passive solar residences.

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