For Adults Wednesday, October 14, 7:00pm

Protest City

Consider how moments of protest and social unrest have remade New York City's public spaces—and how, in turn, public space has shaped the movements that have helped transform our world with architect Mabel Wilson, photographer Mark Clennon, and New Yorker writer Vinson Cunningham.
For Adults Wednesday, October 21, 7:00pm

Empty City

Writers Garnette Cadogan, Luc Sante, and Vinson Cunningham discuss the impression that emptiness has left on the city in the past, and consider representations of this moment and how they influence how we think about public space.
Classes & Workshops Wednesday, October 28, 7:00pm

Everyday City

Consider 2020's transformation of everyday life from SoHo to 125th Street, Fifth Avenue to Fordham Road, to find out what our new street life might yield. With architect Susan Chin, critic Kate Wagner and New Yorker writer Vinson Cunningham.
Classes & Workshops Wednesday, November 11, 7:00pm

Celebratory City

How do parades and public celebrations mark the "arrival" of previously marginal groups, while keeping open the possibility of more confrontational political action in the future? With photographer Ricky Flores, journalist Ginia Bellafante, and New Yorker writer Vinson Cunningham.
For Adults Friday, January 1, 6:30pm

Your Hometown

Prominent New Yorkers reflect on how their hometown NYC has shaped their lives, work, and sense of the world. With producer and author Kevin Burke.