Tuesday, November 4th - 6:00pm
Suggested donation of $10 per person
Presented by Jack P. Johnson and Jennifer Baross
Corrado Parducci was an Italian immigrant who worked with the finest architectural firms in New York before moving to Detroit in 1924 during the city's building boom. For decades he worked as an architectural sculptor in the Metro-Detroit area and completed almost 600 commissions in his job book. Some of his works include the Guardian, Buhl, Penobscot and Fisher Buildings in Detroit; the Arbor News and Rackham Graduate School in Ann Arbor; the County Courthouse in Kalamazoo; and the Civic Auditorium and Grand Rapids Trust Co. in Grand Rapids.
He was truly the man who made our built environment beautiful and stayed in his adopted hometown until his death in 1981.
Italian American Museum - 155 Mulberry Street (Corner of Grand and Mulberry Streets) - New York, NY 10013
PLEASE RESERVE EARLY
To reserve a place please call the Italian American Museum at (212) 965-9000
or email: ItalianAmericanMuseum@gmail.com