NC Modernist Houses Announces 2014 Advisory Council

Drawing from the diverse Modernist architecture, real estate, and preservation communities.

Nov. 14, 2013 (Durham, NC) – George Smart, Executive Director of North Carolina Modernist Houses (NCMH), has announced the 2014 NCMH Advisory Council.  Members, selected for their knowledge and experience in the greater design community, serve a one-year term. 

The NCMH Advisory Council is comprised of a unique, diverse cross-section of architecture, real estate, historic preservation, and other disciplines. Advisory Council members support and improve NCMH’s programming and provide input on NCMH programming and events, presentations, Project Bauhow, the George Matsumoto Prize, and fundraising.  The NCMH Advisory Council meets twice a year.

The members of the 2014 NCMH Advisory Council are:

·       Ellen Cassilly, AIA

·       Caterri Woodrum, North Carolina Museum of Art

·       Randy Lanou, Buildsense

·       Gwynn Thayer, NC State University Special Collections

·       Martha Lauer, Raleigh Historic Districts Commission

·       Grace Ueng, Savvy Marketing Group

·       Tara Barthelmess, Rolesville High School

·       Jerry Tester, Smart Homes and Business

·       Marjorie Hodges, Contemporary Art Museum, Raleigh

·       Heather Fearnbach, Fearnbach History Services

·       Michael Abensour, Kramden Institute

·       Virginia Faust, Coldwell Banker

·       Wendy Robineau

·       Bailey Allred, HH Architecture

·       Kim Weiss, Blueplate PR

·       Bill Hopkins, AIA

·       Ernest Dollar, City of Raleigh Museum

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