Best known as the architect of the Cathedral of St. Paul, E. L. Masqueray designed three buildings on the St. Thomas campus, including its iconic chapel. The University's Department of Art History explores these works in the context of the architect's writing, draftsmanship and other commissions, in the cenntenial anniversary of his death.
Join us on March 13, 2017, for the 'E. L. Masqueray, Architect' Exhibition Panel with a reception to follow
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Curated by guest curator, Maria Wiering Pedersen, M.A.
Thank you to the Sacred Arts Festival for their support.
See a depiction of architectural works by E.L. Masqueray across the United States here.