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'Starchitect' Renzo Piano and Visionary Artist Robert Wilson Will Speak at the Nasher

He created the Nasher's gorgeous housing. (Yes, the one currently getting melanoma from Museum Tower's death ray.) He designed the Kimbell's sexy new wing. He's even been called a "starchitect" -- a side effect from winning the acclaimed Pritzker Prize. And for the Nasher's 10-year anniversary, super stud structure designer Renzo Piano will speak at NasherSalon on Wednesday, November 20, at 2 p.m.

Don't get the vapors just yet, because there's more. Pulitzer Prize-nominated artist, Waco native and former Philip Glass collaborator, Robert Wilson, will also speak at a NasherSalon. His goes down on Monday, December 2, at 8 p.m.

If you want to nerd out and photobomb them, you'll need a ticket. They're $40 ($30 for members), $10 for university students for Piano's talk. Wilson's cost $65 ($50 for members) and both are available here.

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Jamie Laughlin
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