Beaux Arts and Blueprints: The Allen County Courthouse, a Treasure Among Us
This fusion of art, architecture, and history presents the wonders of this beaux arts treasure and melds the worlds of fine art and architecture through original blueprints from its 1902 construction.
This downtown Fort Wayne landmark was a gift to future generations from visionary leaders who wished to express in art and architecture the dignity of the government, the supremacy of the people and the grandeur of the law. The Allen County Courthouse is recognized as a National Historic Landmark for its original murals and sculptures, scagliola faux marbling, unique tile floor designs and abundant stained glass.
Produced in collaboration with the Allen County Courthouse Preservation Trust and the Allen County Board of Commissioners
With major support from the Clarence and Edith Schust Foundation and other support from Burt Blee Dixon Sutton & Bloom, LLP, Barret McNagny Attorneys, Beers Maulers Backs & Salin, LLP, Haller & Colvin Attorneys, Rothberg Logan Warsco LLP, HSK Attorneys
Opening Reception: April 22, 6-8pm
Celebrate the opening of Beaux Arts and Blueprints with an opening reception and lecture by MSKTD Principal architect George Bachnivsky, a key figure in the 2002 Courthouse Restoration. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and cash bar.