We will study the work and biographies of four of Asheville's significant architects of the early 20th century: Raphael Guastavino, Erle Stillwell, Ronald Greene and Charles Parker. The instructor will share her personal acquaintance with each of them as experienced from working on their buildings.
Connie Mitchell (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a retired architect who has lived, worked and raised a family in Asheville since 1968. She grew up in New York and attended Catholic University in Washington, DC. A summer internship with the Historical American Building Survey developed into a career highlighted by architectural restoration projects, many here in Asheville. She loves to tell the stories of buildings as history and how they introduced her to the people who created them.