Catholic University of America
School of Architecture and Planning - Center for Catalan Studies
Paulí Bellet Foundation
23rd and 24th November 2002
Friday, 22nd November
Auditorium of the Spanish Embassy
2375 Pennsylvania Av., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20037
Presentation by Eliseu Oriol, Co-ordinator of the symposium.
Welcome by Mariano Alonso Burón, Spanish General Consul
to Washington, D.C.
Speech by Daniel Giralt-Miracle, Curator of the Gaudí
Inaugural lecture by Jordi Bonet Armengol, architect, Director
and Co-ordinator of the work of the Sagrada Família:
"21st Century Answers in the Construction of the Expiatory
Temple of the Sagrada Família". Exhibition of
two original sketches from the Hotel for New York project
and paintings on Gaudí's work by Jordi Climent.
Hall of Exhibits, the Edward M. Crough Center for Architectural
Studies of the School of Architecture and Planning, CUA.
Exhibition on Antoni Gaudí and his work (open until
10th December 2002) with information panels, paintings by
Jordi Climent, photographs by Eliseu Oriol, scale model of
the Sagrada Família, sculpture by Fina Arrufat and
DVD screenings, among others.
Koubek Auditorium of the Edward M. Crough Center
Welcome by Gregory K. Hunt, Faia Dean of the School of the
Architecture and Planning, CUA.
Inauguration by Javier Rupérez Rubio, Spanish Ambassador
to the EUA,.
Lecture: "The Essential Gaudí" by Jordi Bonet.
First round table: "The Study and Meaning of the Work
of Antoni Gaudí", moderated by Richard Ortega
Loosle. Communications by Christiane Crasemann Collins, Rosemary
Gallich, Barbara Lash, Esther Raventós and Judith C.
Second round table: "Gaudí, Architect and Architecture",
moderated by Esther Raventós and Benet Meca Acosta.
Communications by Mario Andruet, Eliseu Oriol Pagès
and Teresa Martínez de Dalmases.
Closing lectures by Eliseu Oriol Pagès, Mª Jesús
Alonso Gavela and Lluís Gueilburt.
Closing by Mariano Alonso Burón.
The Colonnade (Meeting hall)
2801 New Mexico Av., N.W.
Workshop for children (4 to 13 years)
Directed and conducted by Teresa Martínez, Lluís
Gueilburt, Jordi Climent and Eliseu Oriol
by the Paulí Bellet Foundation. Washington, D.C. -
The Center for Catalan Studies of The Catholic University