This has been a challenging year for everyone. Despite the negative impact of Covid-19, we have persevered and are proud of all that we have accomplished. We launched Texture + Transparency, a series of six free virtual tours to reach our audience digitally. Additionally, we presented relevant and meaningful online programming including Fritz Horstman on Anni Albers, Janna Ireland on Paul R. Williams, Pioneering Women of American Architecture, and much more. As soon as we could, we opened for grounds visits in compliance with local guidelines that allowed for families and children of all ages to visit.
As we look towards 2021, we are excited to begin preliminary site work on Phase I of the Brick House Restoration. Please join us as we break ground on this historic preservation initiative. The completion of this project will allow us to open a building that has been shut to the public for more than a decade. Your contribution will ensure forward momentum on this transformative project. We also look forward to introducing new landscape programming into our 49 acres that will contextualize and activate our site in an entirely new way.
Although our season is ending soon, we hope the Glass House can always be there for you as a place of comfort and inspiration. Together with your help, we can ensure this cultural campus is maintained for future generations. Would you please consider making a tax-deductible gift in the amount of your usual Annual Fundraiser ticket, join us as a Member or give what you can to help. With your support we can continue to produce dynamic programming and preserve this remarkable treasure.
We wish you and your loved ones all the best during this difficult period.
The Glass House is a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest amount allowable by law.