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The traveling Smithonian exhibition YESTERDAY’S TOMORROW’s arrived at the Arcosanti Gallery. There will be a reception in the Arcosanti Cafe between 3pm and 5pm, preceded by a slideshow/talk at 2pm in the classroom, on Saturday, March 20. The subject of the slideshow is THE UNREALIZED ARCHITECTURAL VISION FOR THE SPACE AGE, presented by Deborah Edge Abele. A special BELL SALE will be held from 3/19 – 3/21/2004.
[Photo: Mirelle Packer & Text: sa]

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The traveling Smithonian exhibition YESTERDAY’S TOMORROW’s arrived at the Arcosanti Gallery. There will be a reception in the Arcosanti Cafe between 3pm and 5pm, preceded by a slideshow/talk at 2pm in the classroom, on Saturday, March 20. The subject of the slideshow is THE UNREALIZED ARCHITECTURAL VISION FOR THE SPACE AGE, presented by Deborah Edge Abele. A special BELL SALE will be held from 3/19 – 3/21/2004.
[Photo: Mirelle Packer & Text: sa]



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The set-up for this exhibition is a marvel of efficiency.
[Photo: Mirelle Packer & Text: sa]



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The Soleri Two-Suns model of an arcology design for REGINA, Canada, is part of the display.
[Photo & Text: sa]



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Also part of this exhibition is the SUNDIAL arcology model and original drawing. This design is part of the 8 Project series of Two-Suns arcologies and was last displayed in 1993 at Scottsdale Center of the Arts.
[Photo & Text: sa]



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A large board was set up to encourage visitors to draw their own ideas of the future or future cities.
[Photo & Text: sa]



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Tomiaki Tamura introduces the mascot for the Smithonian exhibit to Paolo Soleri. This is a fun exhibit with lots of familiar images from the past, a play of ideas of what the future might hold.
[Photo & Text: sa]

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