UVA Architecture School hosts "Keeping Memory Green" symposium

The University of Virginia School of Architecture hosts a symposium entitled, "Keeping Memory Green: Preservation, Sustainability, and the Built Environment." The gathering kicks off on April 8, 5:30-7pm, with a keynote address by Anthony Malkin, who will discuss "Iconic Structures and 21st Century Realities: The Case of the Empire State Building." The symposium resumes at 9am on April 9, with four successive panels on aspects of preservation and sustainability. Campbell Hall 153. 982-2921.