Architecture & the Media #2: Design Reportage
Thursday, May 3
Center for Architecture
536 LaGuardia Place
What drives the decisions to present architecture stories or programs? How do non-specialist reporters portray architecture and architects? Or explain architecture concepts, processes, and key milestones as a project unfolds from concept to reality? Can reporters help to demystify architects and architecture for the general public?
Join us at the Center for Architecture on May 3 for a panel discussion on design reporting, the second installment of Architecture & the Media, a four-part series exploring today’s media landscape co-produced by the Center for Architecture, AIANY’s Oculus and Marketing & PR Committees, and The Architect’s Newspaper.
For Design Reportage: The Business Press and General Interest Media, moderator and AN executive editor Julie Iovine will be joined by Matt Chaban of the The New York Observer, Steve Cuozzo of the New York Post, The New York Times‘ Robin Pogrebin, and Rob Lippincott, senior vice president of education at PBS.
$10 for members and students, $20 for non-members; OR purchase a ticket for the 4-part series (3 events remaining!) at $25 for members and students; $50 for non-member.