CHUCKWAGON Thursday, May 4, 2017 6:30 pm
CHUCKWAGON is the Charles Moore Foundation's annual enchilada and margarita dinner. It is simply a time for everyone to come together to enjoy good food and each other's presence.
Proceeds from this spring's CHUCKWAGON will help the foundation restore the Moore/Andersson Compound's East and South Elevations.
To join us for the event, please complete the form below. Once we receive your ticket order or sponsorship pledge, we will send a PayPal form to complete the purchase.
The Charles Moore Foundation is dedicated to the appreciation of the whole physical domain—architecture, landscape, the environment, cities, streets, homes, and neighborhoods.
The foundation's programs, publications, and projects are guided by the values central to the late Charles Moore's thinking, and the conviction that "good places matter."
The foundation's home is the Moore/Andersson Compound in Austin, Texas. The last home and studio occupied by Moore, it is an architectural work of international significance. The foundation is dedicated to preserving the structures, landscape, and Charles Moore's outstanding collection of folk art.
The foundation also assists in the care and preservation of Moore's architectural library and archives in collaboration with the University of Texas at Austin's Alexander Architectural Archive.
The Charles Moore Foundation welcomes visitors. Due to its limited staff and its residency program, architecture tours are available by appointment only. Tours include the Charles Moore House and Studio; the Andersson House and the Cube Loft are included based on the foundation's residency schedule. Tours typically take 1 hour.
Tours are not recommended for children under 16 years of age.
Out of respect for the neighborhood, we do not allow tour buses.
Photography is permitted for personal use and social media. Please inquire before any images are used for professional publication.
Tour fees support the foundation's preservation projects.
Adults $25 (Includes one PLACENOTES edition.)
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The Charles Moore Foundation welcomes architects, designers, artists, curators, scholars, and indeed anyone who seeks a place to work, study, or simply experience the Moore/Andersson Compound. Residencies vary from a single night to an entire semester. Residency contributions support the Charles Moore Foundation preservation projects.
Note: Because of legal liability, we cannot accommodate children under the age of 16. Since the Moore/Andersson Compound was designed and built as a private residence, it is not handicapped accessible.
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Charles Moore Foundation
2102 Quarry Road
Austin, Texas 78703
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