When: Sat., Nov. 21, 1 p.m. 2020
James H. Johnson, Rochester’s most imaginative mid-20th-century architect, is best known for the renowned “Mushroom House" in Perinton and St. John the Evangelist Church in Greece. Over the course of his nearly 60-year career in Rochester, he designed over 400 projects, but only a handful ever received public acclaim. This talk features original photographs and videos from Johnson's personal collection that will take you inside some of the Rochester area's most daring and audacious buildings. Presented by Katie Eggers Comeau and Chris Brandt. Registration required. Details here.