Award-winning South Australian architect Max Pritchard will visit Victor Harbor, to host a lecture for the Australian Decorative & Fine Art Society on May 3.
Mr Pritchard will pose an important contemporary question: "Is it still possible to achieve timeless and beautiful architecture, in the current, fast-paced world?"
Having grown up on Kangaroo Island, Mr Pritchard will also share stories from his childhood, travels and time in the world of architecture.
Australian Decorative & Fine Art Society Fleurieu (ADFAS) President Anne Butcher said members were eagerly anticipating the visit.
"COVID-19 has deprived us of our usual wonderful UK speakers, but has also given us an opportunity to showcase some of our exceptional local speakers, and to learn more about some of the great art and cultural institutions in our own backyard," Ms Butcher said.
The lecture will be held at 10.30am at the Gospel Centre, 2 Main George Road, Victor Harbor on May 3. ADFAS members and a small number of guests will be able to register from 10am.
Dependent on COVID-19 restrictions and space availability, non-member guests are welcome to attend two ADFAS Fleurieu lectures per year.
Bookings for non-members ($25 per person) should be made by calling ADFAS Fleurieu via: 0452 556 193.