The Neon Museum presents a free Lecture at the Barrick Museum showcasing the history of La Concha's architect.
Advance registration for this program
, which will be held at the Marjorie Barrick Museum on the UNLV campus, is strongly encouraged and may be made by emailing the Neon Museum.
In honor of African-American History Month the Neon Museum Scholar in Residence Dr. Leslie Luebbers will deliver a lecture on Paul Revere Williams. Williams, the first documented African-American fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), designed the La Concha Motel lobby. Today, that structure is hailed as a masterpiece of “Googie” roadside architectural design and serves as the Neon Museum’s visitor’s center.