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Art Historian Pamela Simpson Will Lecture On "Cheap, Quick, And Easy: Imitative Architectural Materials"

March 28, 2000 -- New technologies have changed the production of ornamental architectural materials. Pamela Simpson, author of "Cheap, Quick, and Easy: Imitative Architectural Materials, 1870-1930," will talk about the cultural and historical implications of such materials as concrete block with rock-like facing, parquet-patterned linoleum, and imitation leathers on Thursday, April 6, at 7 p.m. in Campbell Hall, Room 153 at the University of Virginia. Simpson is professor of art history at Washington and Lee University.

For more information contact Betty Leake at (804) 924-1428 or meo3q@virginia.edu.

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