[SNEC] BUCKMINSTER FULLER'S LEGACY with SHOJI SADAO this Friday! (fwd)

Chris Fearnley cjf@CJFearnley.com
Wed, 17 Nov 2004 18:55:36 -0500


----- Forwarded message from elizabeth thompson <private> -----

Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2004 17:50:57 -0500
Subject: BUCKMINSTER FULLER'S LEGACY with SHOJI SADAO this Friday!


            The Buckminster Fuller Institute invites you to
               Join us for a reception and evening event:
                                    
                   The Legacy of Buckminster Fuller:
       A Dialogue with renowned Fuller collaborator Shoji Sadao*
                                   at
The New York Open Center (83 Spring St, between Broadway and Lafayette,
                          Soho, New York City)
                       Friday, November 19, 2004
                        reception from 5:30-7pm
                      Dialogue event begins 7:30pm
   RSVP for reception details and location:  (718) 290 9283 (donation
                              appreciated)
   To register for the evening event: please contact the Open Center:
                          (212) 219 2527 ($10)



*About Shoji Sadao: ?Executive Director of the Isamu Noguchi Foundation 
<http://www.noguchi.org/foundation.html> , Inc. from 1991-2003, 
architect Shoji Sadao collaborated with both R. Buckminster Fuller 
<http://www.noguchi.org/fuller.html> ?and Isamu Noguchi on many 
important projects. Sadao met Fuller while studying architecture at 
Cornell University, and it was Fuller who introduced him to Noguchi. 
Shoji Sadao began working with Fuller in 1954, and in 1965 formed 
Fuller and Sadao, P.C., whose first project was the large geodesic dome 
for the U.S. Pavilion at EXPO 67 in Montreal.  



:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 
Elizabeth Thompson 
Acting Executive Director 
Buckminster Fuller Institute 

181 North 11th Street 
Suite 402  
Brooklyn, New York 11211 
tel: 718 290 9280 
fax: 718 290 9281 
www.bfi.org 


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