We are very pleased to announce the Memoria Technica Horological Lecture Series in partnership with
Lectures are held on a quarterly basis, the second Tuesday of the month, and are open to anyone with an interest in horology and decorative arts.
Join us for a journey through the history of science, art, and mechanical timekeeping. This series features guest speakers from many disciplines related to aspects of the horological field, including engine turning, mechanical magic, ornamental turning, celestial bodies and navigation, and the art of the goldsmith.
To submit topics you would like to explore or if you are interested in sponsoring the series, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
1204 MINOR AVE – SEATTLE, WA 98101
Doors open at 6:15, *light refreshments will be available, and the lecture will start promptly at 7pm. Q & A to follow.
We ask guests to sign in upon arrival.
Tickets are non-refundable. Due to the small nature of this venue and limited seating, we advise purchasing seats ahead of time. Should we sell out of tickets, contact us to be on the waitlist for standing room or first available seat. The entry fee still applies.
We recommend business casual or comparable attire for the evening, but it is not required.
*Depending on sponsorship we are able to offer a variety of wine, small bites (cheese, fruit, nuts, crackers) or petite fours, wine, and coffee.
This series is privately organized and funded by Memoria Technica. All donations directly contribute to speaker and event costs. You can support the series through purchasing seats or a sponsorship package. Details here.
By attending, you agree to release Memoria Technica and the Stimson Green Mansion from any and all liabilities that may arise, and agree that you may be photographed and / or video recorded.