Los Angeles-born Paul Revere Williams was one of the country’s greatest architects. His career spanned almost 60 years, and his versatile buildings can be found across Los Angeles County. He was also a remarkable trailblazer. As a Black man in the field of architecture, he persevered in the face of racism to achieve remarkable success.
VIRTUAL PANEL DISCUSSION
Paul Revere Was Here: Locating a Legacy
Thursday, April 15, 2021, at 6 p.m.
$15 Members (L.A. Conservancy and SoCal NOMA)/$20 General Public
Join us for a conversation with Williams’ granddaughter, Karen E. Hudson, and other notable experts to discuss the ways Paul Revere Williams changed Los Angeles and the field of architecture.