San Francisco

Julia Morgan’s Lasting Legacy

Image courtesy of Flickr user Kay Gaensler


Julia Morgan began her groundbreaking career by becoming the first female architect licensed in California, and the buildings that followed set the tone for architecture across the state. From Hearst Castle to Asilomar and Mills College to the Berkeley Playhouse, her designs have become timeless inspiration for architects today. Come hear about her life, her work and her lasting legacy.

+ Kimberly Perette, Assoc. AIA / KimPStudio


Free to SPUR members
$10 for non-members
Okay to bring lunch

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