On Tuesday, November 29, beginning at 6:00 pm, BDA students from the School of Architecture will be presenting their proposals to save one of the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota's 10 most endangered historic places.
Public presentations will take place in the Weyerhauser Auditorium, Landmark Center in Saint Paul. Each of the following BDA students will take part in the presentation:
Justin Pille (Jackson Street Water Tower), Tiana Carretta & Erika Sorensen (Pillsbury A Mill), Elle Poppe & Emily Richardson (Pillsbury A Mill), Natascha Sulaeman & Lauren Walker (Mayowood Historic District), Kristin Laskowski (Pillsbury A Mill), Travis Herr (Mitchell Yard), Kate Seybold & Kristin Lundquist (Mayowood Historic District), Brittany Schomaker & Amanda Marcott (Fergus Falls RTC), Cara Prosser & Katie Benz (St Peter's Church) and Marais Bjornberg (Howe School).
The Schomaker and Marcott project in Fergus Falls was covered in late September by the Fergus Falls Journal.
For more information, and to RSVP for the event, visit the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota's Facebook page.