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Transforming Lives, Practices, and Places

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Join the AIANY Cultural Facilities Committee for “Transforming Lives, Practices and Places,” a lively breakfast discussion about how museums and the architects who design them are transforming lives, practices, and places.

Two days prior to this event, leading museum professionals will examine the theme of transformation at the MuseumNext conference in Tribeca. They will discuss how museums are changing lives and creating positive social impact, and share how they are revamping their spaces and practices.

At this breakfast, attendees will review key takeaways from MuseumNext  with Jim Richardson, founder of MuseumNext, and a panel of dynamic speakers, including Alexander Lamis, FAIA, of Robert A.M. Stern Architects, and Ann K. Webster of the Brooklyn Museum. These professionals will also share their experiences and transformative museum projects in a conversation moderated by Priya Sircar from Lord Cultural Resources.

Find more information on the MuseumNext conference being held on November 14 and 15 in Tribeca, here.

Speakers (list in formation):
Chanon Judson, Arts Educator, Urban Bush Women
Alexander Lamis, FAIA, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects
Ebony Noelle Golden, Artist and Cultural Worker, Urban Bush Women
Jim Richardson, Founder, MuseumNext
Ann K. Webster, Vice Director, Planning and Architecture, Brooklyn Museum

Moderator: Priya Sircar, Senior Consultant, Lord Cultural Resources

Organized by: AIANY Cultural Facilities Committee

Details

Date:
November 16, 2016
Time:
8:30 am - 10:30 am
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
http://cfa.aiany.org/index.php?section=calendar&evtid=9971

Organizer

Center for Architecture
Phone:
(212) 683-0023
Website:
http://cfa.aiany.org/

Venue

Center For Architecture New York
536 LaGuardia Place
New York,NY10012United States
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Phone:
(212) 683-0023
Website:
http://cfa.aiany.org/index.php?section=center-for-architecture
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