Fall Lectures (with more to be announced)

The Women Who Changed Architecture, Tuesday October 18th at 6pm

This will be a panel discussion of some of New York’s leading architects on a visual and global chronicle of the triumphs, challenges and impact of over 100 women in architecture inspired by the book, The Women Who Changed Architecture.  This lecture is both in person and online.

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New York Art Deco: Birds, Beasts & Blooms, Tuesday October 25th at 6pm
With writer Eric P. Nash and photographer  Andrew Garn 

The definitive book on New York Deco, from the smallest of details to the grandest of buildings.

Eric Nash and Andrew Garn will discuss their recently published book, New York Art Deco: Birds, Beasts & Blooms considered to be one of the definitive books on New York Deco, exploring Art Deco from the smallest of details to the grandest of buildings. During their presentation Mr. Nash and the acclaimed photographer Andrew Garn will share some of the Art Deco images and buildings in New York City. The City is arguably the world’s Art Deco capital, and they will describe some of its striking and still iconic towers that were early expressions of the Art Deco style writ large—most famously the Empire State and Chrysler buildings.

This is both an in-person and online talk, registration links to follow.

 

From John Wick to Silver Linings Playbook from Boardwalk Empire to Parks and Recreation with Ross McDonald and Steven Heller, November 1 at 6pm.

An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the art and design of graphic props for popular films and TV shows like Parks and Recreation, John Wick, Silver Linings Playbook, The Knick, and Boardwalk Empire.

 

A Block in Time: A New York History at the Corner of Fifth Avenue and Twenty-Third Street with author Christiane Bird on Tuesday December 6th.

A native New Yorker recounts the history of the city by way of a microcosmic block.