Photo by Katie Slusher. Courtesy School of Architecture Visual Resources Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

It's been a busy few weeks and I'm still catching up on things that happened last month.

At any rate, back on February 16th I had the opportunity to speak at the University of Texas at Austin. The Alexander Architectural Archive started this really cool program where they display some of the drawings in their collection for students (or whoever) to see. At any rate, this moth they displayed some of the original drawings of O'Neil Ford's Little Chapel in the Woods and they asked me to give a short talk about the building and its significance. 

Attendance was really good and although I'd like to think that had something to do with the content of the talk, the fact that there was free pizza was probably the real reason.