Tomorrow I head to New Orleans to teach on The Prince’s Foundation’s Summer Program. I look forward to working with my fellow instructors, the students, and to seeing the Big Easy again. My involvement with the Foundation’s programs reaches all the way back to two programs we developed in 1996 and 1997, the first two American Summer Schools of what was then called the Prince of Wales’s Institute of Architecture. Our programs ranged all across the United States, from Asheville to Charlottesville to Richmond, and from Los Angeles to Berkeley.
For her outstanding contribution to the study of architecture and design, Christine G. H. Franck has been awarded The Prince’s Foundation Public Service Award 2002. A Board Member of the Institute of Classical Architecture, Christine has helped to create an imaginative series of programs that has made The Institute a dominant and influential presence in North East America. A strong supporter of the Prince’s Foundation, Christine is a member of the INTBAU Steering Committee. Alumni Newsletter Fall 2002.