Lecture: “Chicago’s Golden Age of Polish Baroque”
Tour, Presentation, & Reception
- Jan. 26, 6:30 pm
- On Thursday, January 26, join Catholic Church Tours and architectural historian Victoria Granacki for an exploration of Chicago’s “Polish Cathedrals.”
Awaken your senses with an exploration of Chicago’s “Polish Cathedrals.” Satiate your curiosity about dozens of churches and Chicago neighborhoods. Learn out how Polonia came home to Chicago.
Walk within the Golden Age of Polish Baroque in one of Barzynski’s premier churches with our guided tour, light reception and in-depth presentation by the Chicago Society of Architectural Historians’ own Victoria Granacki.
Victoria Granacki has taught Introduction to Historic Preservation at Northwestern University of continuing Studies, and has been a guest lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is an author of Chicago’s Polish Downtown and has a hands-on historic preservation approach through over thirty years of master planning, urban design and historic preservation experience in Chicago and its surrounding communities.
Thursday, January 26
6:30 pm - Private Tour (Meet in Narathex)
7:00 pm - Presentation by Victoria Granacki (Lower Level)
7:45 pm - Light Reception
TICKETS: $10 Pre-registration, $12 at the door
St. John Cantius Church
825 N. Carpenter St.
Chicago, Illinois 60642
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