Did you know that Julius Shulman photographed several Sacramento buildings?

We will be sharing some of these photographs with you in person at Crocker Art Museum's Film Frame: Visual Acoustics this Thursday evening. My favorite photos of the bunch are of a residence designed by Sacramento architect George Muraki for the Blomberg family. You may recall that Mr. Muraki's personal home was featured in the Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Home Tour last June.


Why not come directly to the Crocker after work? Remember -- admission includes access to the museum. Have a bite to eat at the Crocker Cafe and relax with a cocktail.

See Crocker's website for details on buying tickets. Hope to see you there.

4 comments:

Midcenturymadam said...

Oh boy would I love to! If only I were a tad closer, I'd be there for sure, cocktail in hand! Sounds like a wonderful evening.

Gretchen said...

I'll think of you as being there in spirit, MCMadam :)

girlplusdog said...

Have you ever thought of nominating George Muraki's house to the National Register of Historic Places? I'd be happy to help!

Gretchen said...

Thanks girlplusdog!