The History of Bridges

Thu (4 Sessions) Mar 02 - Mar 23 | 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
DESCRIPTION
How is it that the bridge built in Padua during the 1st century BCE still carries traffic? Why did the Quebec City bridge collapse during construction in 1907? Why did people live on London Bridge? Can bridges be beautiful as well as functional? This four-lecture series will answer these questions and more, as we explore bridges from around the world.
INSTRUCTOR
AUDREY BERNER
Audrey Berner has recently retired from teaching Visual Arts and Architectural Design at a local Montreal high school. She is delighted to share her love of art and design with everybody at the Cummings Centre.
  • COURSE CODE: GLOB-2089 NEW!
  • LOCATION: ONLINE, Montreal, Quebec
  • LANGUAGE: English
  • INSTRUCTOR: AUDREY BERNER
  • MATERIALS PROVIDED: No
Member Price: $48
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March 23
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