A June ZOOM ……… Sunday, June 13

GUEST SPEAKER: Ronnette Riley, FAIA

Convention 2021 Update: Steven Chevalier

SBCS MEMBERS ONLY!  June 13, 2PM EDT, bi-monthly Zoom Meet-up.  Invitations sent out via Email.  If you are not a member and want to join us, here is a link to the membership application. 

Sunday, June 13 -Zoom Guest Speaker – Ronnette Riley, FAIA

Long-time souvenir building collector & accumulator, SBCS member and Architect Extraordinaire, Ronnette Riley, will be our Special Guest Speaker at our next Sunday Zoom, on Sunday June 13 at 2PM Eastern time.

Ronnette is principal of her eponymous Architectural firm since 1987. A graduate of University of California, Berkeley and the Harvard Graduate School of Design, she spent eight years at the office of Phillip Johnson and John Burgee Architects. Ronette served as Project Architect for the iconic Lipstick Building in Manhattan, the Bank of America Center in Houston, 33 Maiden Lane in Manhattan and worked on projects at Johnson’s Glass House estate.

2021 SBCS Convention, Jackson, Mississippi – October 8-9-10

Steven Chevalier, our host of October’s Jackson, Mississippi 2021 convention will also join us. Don’t miss Steven talk for a few minutes about what he has planned for us this fall. Live on Zoom.

Zoom space limited to the first 100 people to respond to email invitation.

COVID19 Vaccine:  Please, in advance of October’s convention, get yourself fully vaccinated so that we can gather safely this year! 

Perhaps some moments from Conventions Past will watch over our 2021 gathering.

2020 Souvenir Building Collectors Society Convention Postponed !

The 2020 Annual SBCS Convention scheduled for October 23-25 in Jackson, MS has been postponed until October 2021, exact dates TBD (to be determined).

Stay tuned for further information regarding the Convention and what plans are brewing to keep SBCS Members engaged with each other.  Fun events using new technology are in the works.

In the meantime there are the FaceBook Follies over on the SBCS Facebook page to keep us entertained.  They started with the ABCs and before the group got to Z(ed) the National Building Museum followed suit with an A-Z Tour of the David Weingarten Collection of 20th Century Buildings.  When it seemed the ABCs were exhausted new categories for sharing sprung up: Real buildings that look funny, Multiples, Masked Statues (Right On!), Postcards paired with their miniature buildings.

Take a trip over to Facebook and feast your jealous eyes on those “look but don’t touch” gems.