Every year the students at St. Theresa Catholic School bring the city's architectural heritage to life through artful interpretations of noted midcentury homes and buildings in Greater Palm Springs. The 6th grade class will once again exhibit their remarkable models of Palm Springs midcentury architecture alongside artworks by the 7th grade based upon historical or cultural events that occurred at midcentury. The 4th grade class will display their collages on paper and the third grade will show their block prints on fabric, both inspired by midcentury modern architecture and/or elements. Architectural historian Robert Imber will be available to answer questions about the church which was designed by architect William Cody and completed in 1968.
The projects are supported by a partnership with the Palm Springs Modern Committee whose Education Committee provides in-class curriculum and arranges for donations of educational tools including books, DVDs, maps and a Palm Springs architectural mobile app.
Free Unticketed Event
Things to Know
Park in West side parking lot and enter through gate to the school's art classroom.
Handicap parking available. This event it wheelchair accessible.
The organizer of this event is Palm Springs Modern Committee.
Event Check-in Location
St. Theresa Catholic School, 455 Compadre Road, Palm Springs, CA 92262
Photo Credits: Palm Springs Modern Committee
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