Don Hisaka: The Cleveland Years

Description: Jan. 15-March 17, 2013
Visit for hours and admission
Shaker Historical Museum, Shaker Heights

See an exhibit on the Cleveland-area work of architect Don Hisaka, who was awarded the 1970 Cleveland Arts Prize in Architecture.

Born in California, he earned degrees in architecture at the University of California at Berkeley and Harvard University. Hisaka came to Cleveland in 1960 to be director of design for Dalton-Dalton, established his own firm a year later, and through the years designed area buildings ranging from residences to educational structures and commercial spaces.
Location: Shaker Historical Museum, Shaker Heights
Date: Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Repeat Type: Daily;Days=SU,TU,WE,TH,FR;Until=3/18/2013 4:00am
Category: Exhibits*, Northeast Region*
Created by: Public Access ( by Tom Wolf )
Updated: Friday, January 11, 2013 12:29pm EST
Admission: Free
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Phone Number(s): 800.860.6078 or 216.921.1201
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