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ALNNJ Arthur Davis Meeting and Lecture Thursday, November 18, 2021

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Sabin Howard – 1 LU Tentative
The world-renowned master sculptor, Sabin Howard, is regarded as the foremost practitioner of, and authority on, Modern Classicism. His works are owned by museums and private collectors all over the world, and they have been favorably reviewed by The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Epoch Times, American Artist, Fine Arts Connoisseur, American Arts Collector, and The New Criterion, as well as many other journals internationally. Together with his wife, Traci L. Stratton, they authored The Art of Life, a book that explores figurative sculptures from the earliest times to the present. It also details Sabin Howard’s clay-to-bronze process, his philosophy, and his drawings.

ALNNJ is honored to have Sabin Howard at this year’s Arthur L. Davis Memorial Lecture. Sabin will discuss his role and work on the National World War I Memorial Design, a 58′ long bronze relief to be installed in Washington DC in 2024.  

The Arthur L. Davis Lecture Series is an annual signature event of the Architects League. Its mission is to feature a speaker of notable importance in the profession and/or a topic of notable architectural importance.  As a part of this tradition, members may invite one guest to attend with them at no additional charge. Please include your guest’s name when registering.  

Free for ALNNJ members along with one additional guest to attend

Advance registration required for ALNNJ members and their guests


Check your ALNNJ emails to register

Please note that we will be following all CDC recommended guidelines and NJ COVID requirements.  Being fully vaccinated and wearing masks while not eating or drinking are both highly recommended.


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