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|UNLV Klai Juba Lecture Series welcomed
James Sanders on Wednesday September 28 2005
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Arch Media NA2588 .B43 2005 (b)
Architect and author James Sanders will discuss “Begin with the Screen: the Architecture of the Movie City” as part of the Klai Juba lecture series at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 28, inside the Paul B. Sogg architecture building on the UNLV campus. The event will be preceded by a reception in the building’s lobby at 6:30 p.m. Both the lecture and reception are free and open to the public.
Sanders has written for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Vanity Fair, and Architectural Record. He has completed design and development projects for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the Parks Council, the Landmarks Preservation Commission, and other civic groups and commercial clients in New York and Los Angeles.
Celluloid Skyline By James Sanders. http://www.thecityreview.com/cellu.html (last
Celluloid Skyline : New York And The Movies / James
Sanders UNLV Book Stacks; PN1995.67.N7 S26 2001
Works Cited (bibliography created with RefWorks)
"Dialogue: James Sanders: "Celluloid Skyline" [Interview]." Design book review: DBR, no.24 (1992): 16-9.
Lopate, Philip, [1943-]. "Movies and the Metropolis: There are Two New Yorks: The Real One and the Mythic City Depicted in Film [Book Review]." Metropolis 21.8, pp.118 (2002): 136.
Pittel, Christine. "Darkness and Light: A Refuge in the Canyons of Manhattan Radiates an Inner Glow." House beautiful 145.2, pp.48 (2003): 50.
Rietveld, Margaret Sobieski. "Click here: Www.CelluloidSkyline.Com ." Oculus 65.4 (2003): pp.51.
Ringen, Jonathan. "Digital Skyline: A Successful Book about New York City in the Movies has Spawned a Web Site of Archival Images [Website Review]." Metropolis 23.6 (2004): pp.32.
Strickland, Roy, and James Sanders [1955-]. "The Harlem River Houses [New York, N.Y.]." Harvard architecture review 2 (1981): pp.48-59.
Other Klai::Juba lecture videos are available for in-library viewing or checkout by UNLV students.