Lecture

Old is Green! An Informational Seminar

“Green and Sustainable Architecture for Historic and Landmarked Buildings” -Wednesday, June 20, 2012- 8:30am-1:00pm It is a common misconception in the building arts that preservation and sustainability are at odds; to the extent that articles such as “Historic Preservation and Green Architecture: Friend or Foes?” have become almost regular features in many preservation periodicals. Here […]

Lecture: Restoring the Merchant’s House Museum

  16 August 2011     Lecture: Restoring the Merchant’s House Museum         GVSHP is proud to be co-sponsoring a program with our friends at the Merchant’s House Museum! When: Tuesday, August 30- 6:30 P.M.  Where: Hudson Park Branch Library, 66 Leroy Street (off 7th Avenue South)  Cost: free; reservations required  RSVP: […]

Lecture: Restoring the Merchant's House Museum

  16 August 2011     Lecture: Restoring the Merchant’s House Museum         GVSHP is proud to be co-sponsoring a program with our friends at the Merchant’s House Museum! When: Tuesday, August 30- 6:30 P.M.  Where: Hudson Park Branch Library, 66 Leroy Street (off 7th Avenue South)  Cost: free; reservations required  RSVP: […]

Free Lectures Series at MCNY: Learn about Shopping, Culture and More!

FREE LECTURE SERIES Hosted by the Museum of the City of New York 1220 5th Ave at 104th Street RSVP NECESSARY: ezipris@mcny.org THURSDAY • APRIL 7 • 5:00 – 7:00 pm History of New York City Public Transportation from the Early 19th Century to Today with John Tauranac Presented in conjunction with the school program […]

The Bowery: A History of Grit, Graft and Grandeur, Book Talk & Lecture – 3/31

Thursday March 31, 7:30pm BOOK PARTY / FORUM The Bowery: A History of Grit, Graft and Grandeur Eric Ferrara, Rob Hollander & David Mulkins Sliding scale: $6/$10/$15 Free for Brecht Forum Subscribers The Brecht Forum 451 West Street (West Side Highway) between Bank & Bethune Streets (212) 242-4201 http://brechtforum.org/civicrm/event/info?id=11879&reset=1 Neighborhood preservation, community preservation and cultural […]

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