- Oct 08, 2015
Join us to recount the triumphs, failures, and tactics of these early preservationists, and discuss what they might teach us moving forward.
- Oct 09, 2015
Join us for the grand finale of Everything Is Design. Star designer Kyle Cooper, known as "the Da Vinci of movie title sequences,” will share what he learned from Paul Rand when he was his student at Yale University. The Rand gallery will be open for late viewing and signature “Rand” cocktails will be served!
- Oct 20, 2015
The authors of Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York will take us behind the scenes of some of the City’s most interesting spaces.
- Oct 22, 2015
Richard Ravitch, former Lieutenant Governor of New York and chair of HRH Construction Corporation–where he developed over 40,000 units of affordable housing–reflects back on his time in development and joins John Kelly, Partner at Nixon Peabody, for a conversation.
- Oct 31, 2015
Join George Hirsch, founder of the five-borough NYC Marathon in 1976, for a conversation with two of America’s marathon legends: Bill Rodgers & Frank Shorter.
- Nov 04, 2015
Join us for a panel exploring the legacy of Riis's journalism and photography on the work of contemporary activists committed to raising public consciousness about urban poverty.
- Nov 06, 2015
Eric Andersen in Concert With The Chapin Sisters
- Nov 10, 2015
Join Gerard Koeppel for a conversation with Hilary Ballon about his new book, "City on a Grid," and the singular history of New York City's street grid.
- Nov 12, 2015
William Pedersen is best known as a renowned architect and founding design partner of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, which is currently leading New York City's Hudson Yards Project.
- Nov 16, 2015
Join two art historians and experts on the work of Riis and Hammershøi – Bonnie Yochelson and Thor J. Mednick – for an exploration and comparison of the two Danes' work.
- Nov 19, 2015
Join us for an intimate virtual tour of the various NYC locations where Guthrie lived and wrote some of his most well-loved songs. Guthrie’s daughter, Nora, will share archival photographs, historic audio, and rare film footage in a multi-media presentation.
- Dec 01, 2015
Join a distinguished panel of developers, architects and professors, as they explore ambitious and achievable ideas for public and below-market housing in New York.
- Dec 06, 2015
Travel back to the time of Jacob Riis with an authentic Victorian-era magic-lantern show!
- Dec 08, 2015
Join three leading contemporary artists – Christopher “Daze” Ellis, Jane Dickinson, and Lee Quinones - as they discuss the ways that New York City’s environment, culture, and daily life have inspired and continue to guide their cutting-edge work.
- Dec 10, 2015
Introduced fifty years ago to protect historically-significant buildings in New York City, the Landmarks Preservation Law has preserved and transformed countless landmarks through adaptive reuse.
- Dec 14, 2015
New York's civic and public buildings have always included much more than drab government buildings. Many are symbolic landmarks that project an image of a majestic metropolis to New Yorkers and the world.
- Jan 19, 2016
Join a panel of leaders in New York City urban planning -- including housing advocates, community leaders and city officials -- to discuss these changes in our urban fabric and the potential solutions to ensuring the city remains a leader in affordable housing.
- Feb 04, 2016
Join a diverse panel of city officials, developers, and community advocates to discuss the opportunities that affordable housing can bring to our neighborhoods, and our responsibilities to build more equitable neighborhoods through zoning and economic development, community engagement, and tenants’ rights.