Film Screening – A Legacy of Mies and King
29 February 2024 at 12:00 pm
101-177 Lombard Avenue
Join us for a noon-hour screening of A Legacy of Mies and King.
This film documents the meticulous renovation of Washington DC’s central library, designed by architect Mies van der Rohe in the 1960s and dedicated to the civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr. The film follows architect Francine Houben as she investigates the past and present to design a ‘library ofthe future’. During her quest, both the building’s namesake and the original architect look critically over her shoulder.
Directed by Nienke Andersson
2017, Netherlands, 62 minutes
English/Dutch (with English subtitles)
This event is free to attend. No registration is required.
101-177 Lombard Avenue is wheelchair accessible. There is an accessible and gender neutral washroom on site.
The main entrance to the building on Lombard Avenue has a ramp. When you enter the building, the WAF office is located on the main floor to the left.
There is one accessible parking spot (1 hour) across the street from 177 Lombard and another accessible parking spot (2 hour) in front of 167 Lombard. City of Winnipeg parking fees may apply.