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  • Robert Winthrop Chanler Symposium

    Miami | Dates: 19 – 21 Oct, 2014
    A two-day symposium examining the life and works of an American early-20th century decorative artist, Robert Winthrop Chanler (1872-1930). The event is organized by Vizcaya Museum and Gardens which is the site of Chanler’s Swimming Pool grotto ceiling (1916) and home of his decorative screen Vizcayan Bay (1920). As Chanler's work is equally unique in approach and subject matter as it is in use of materials, the program will bring together professionals who have studied Chanler from a variety of perspectives. The symposium will be the first of its kind and a groundbreaking contribution to the understanding of Chanler’s oeuvre and the unique conservation approaches his work necessitates. Program: Noted historians, art and architectural conservators, and curators will present in the program. Featured topics include: - American Modernism in painting, sculpture and decorative arts - Early 20th century political history and art - Commissioning practices in the American Gilded Age - The history of decorative art in the early 20th century - Advances in decorative art materials and fabrication techniques - The 1913 Armory Show - The evaluation of conservation treatments for mural paintings Early registration ends August 15th. For more information, please visit the symposium website: http://vizcaya.org/chanler-symposium.asp
  • 3rd International Iconic Houses Conference

    Barcelona | Dates: 25 Nov, 2014

    The Iconic Houses Network and La Pedrera proudly announce the 3rd International Iconic Houses Conference taking place 25 November 2014 at La Pedrera in Barcelona Spain, with pre-conference house tours from November 22nd – 24th. The Iconic Houses Conference 2014 focuses on architecturally significant 20th century house museums around the Mediterranean.

    The Iconic Houses Conference is an opportunity for a high level debate to take place about the cultural, technical and bureaucratic requirements of maintaining modernist heritage in the 21st century. The aim is to share good practices, solutions for the specific difficulties that all who are involved in running a 20th century house museum encounter.

    Come and join us! Please registrate here.

  • Fifth Annual Feminist Art History Conference

    Washington | Dates: 31 Oct – 02 Nov, 2014

    The Fifth Annual Feminist Art History Conference, sponsored by the Art History Program of American University, offers participants a space in which to engage with the expanding legacy of Norma Broude and Mary D. Garrard, two pioneering feminist art historians and professors emerita of art history at AU. This year’s conference includes sixty-eight papers in seventeen sessions. The papers have a global focus that spans a broad range of topics and time periods; together they illustrate the diverse ways in which feminist research and interpretation continue to inform art historical analysis and scholarship. 

    Conference participants come from across the country and around the world to share views, debate issues, and network with colleagues and friends. Increasing attendance at these annual conferences demonstrates the continuing centrality of issues raised by feminist art history and the vitality of research by feminist scholars. The annual Feminist Art History Conference at American University has become a recognized successor to the Barnard College Feminist Art History Conference in New York as an important forum for ongoing feminist scholarship.
     
    All events this year will take place on the American University campus. Registration opens on Friday afternoon at 3:00 and the afternoon session starts at 4:00.  On Friday evening we will host an opening reception at 6:00 and the keynote address by Dr. Lisa Gail Collins will be held from 7:00 to 8:15.  Conference sessions continue all day Saturday with a networking reception at 5:30.  On Sunday morning there will be a single plenary session from 10:00 to 12:00, followed by a special tour at 1:00 of an exhibition showing work by four Washington-area women photographers in the American University Art Museum.

    This year’s keynote speaker, Dr. Lisa Gail Collins, is Professor of Art History at Vassar College.  Professor Collins earned her PhD in American Studies from the University of Minnesota and has taught at Vassar since 1998.  Her talk, titled “Here Lies Love: Feminism, Mourning, and a Quilt from Gee’s Bend,” is drawn from her current book project on history, memory, creativity, and community.  Her recent publications include New Thoughts on the Black Arts Movement (co-edited, 2006), which included her Introduction and essay titled “The Art of Transformation: Parallels in the Black Arts and Feminist Art Movements.” In 2006 she also published Art, Artifacts, and African Americans: Context and Criticism (2006). For the Metropolitan Museum of Art, she co-authored the catalog African-American Artists, 1929-1945: Prints, Drawings, and Paintings (2003). In 2002 she published The Art of History. African American Women Artists Engage the Past.

    The Feminist Art History Conference is open to the public. Advance registration (by Friday, October 24) is recommended. The $55 conference fee ($20 student rate, with ID) includes all sessions, keynote address, receptions, and breaks.  This year there will be a $10 charge for the catered lunch on Saturday, payable with your registration online. Late registration (on-site) will be available for $75 ($30 student rate, with ID) plus $10 for the lunch.  This year we have arranged for two conference hotels with discounted rates. For more information on the program, hotel discounts, and other details, please visit the conference web site at http://www.american.edu/cas/art-history/femconf/index.cfm.

  • Foundation for Landscape Studies 2015 Book Prizes

    Dates: 28 Jul – 01 Dec, 2014

    The upcoming deadline for nominations for The Foundation for Landscape Studies book prizes is December 1, 2014.   

    There are two prizes for publications on landscape and garden design awarded for 2015.  Please see the list of previous winners of these prizes on the website www.foundationforlandscapestudies.com

    The John Brinckerhoff Jackson Book Prize is awarded to books published in the last three years that have made a significant contribution to the study and understanding of garden history and landscape design.  The David R. Coffin Publication Grant supports the research and publication of a book in the field of landscape studies. 

    Award recipients will be selected by a jury composed of members of the Board of Directors of the Foundation for Landscape Studies. Detailed descriptions of the eligibility requirements and the application procedures for each award may be found at www.foundationforlandscapestudies.com. The application deadline for both awards is December 1, 2014. 

    We welcome nominations for the John Brinckerhoff Jackson Book Prize and the David R. Coffin Publication Grant from both publishers and authors.

    Please submit all inquiries to:

    Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, President
    Foundation for Landscape Studies
    7 West 81st Street
    New York, NY 10024

    elizabethbarlowrogers@gmail.com

  • Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism

    Bloomfield Hills | Dates: 21 Jun – 12 Oct, 2014

    Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism
    Public Exhibition Dates: June 21, 2014 – October 12, 2014 

    This first comprehensive survey of Paul Evans's work, this exhibition will document Evans's role in the midcentury American studio furniture movement, his approach to furniture as sculpture and abstract composition, and his unremitting new approaches to metal. Opening earlier this year at the Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, and then traveling to Cranbrook Art Museum—the only other venue for the exhibition—Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism will be comprised of some sixty-eight works, spanning the artist's entire career. It includes choice examples of Evans's early metalwork and jewelry, collaborative pieces made by Evans and Phillip Lloyd Powell during the fifties when they shared a studio, as well as a comprehensive selection of Evans's studio work representing his sculpted steel; verdigris copper; copper, bronze and pewter; argenté sculpted bronze, and cityscape techniques. The show will also include examples of Evans's sculpture as well as a selection of work he produced for Directional Furniture Company. The presentation at Cranbrook Art Museum will include work by Evans’s contemporaries selected from Cranbrook’s permanent collection, including the celebrated Shuey Collection, placing his pioneering designs for furniture with the context of concurrent trends in midcentury art and design.

    Paul Evans studied Metalsmithing at Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1952 and 1953, working with Artist-in-Residence Richard Thomas.

    For an interview with architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien on Paul Evans, please click here.

  • David Osler’s Former Architectural Studio Tour

    Ann Arbor | Dates: 10 Aug, 2014

    Registration for the David Osler architectural studio tour is now open.

    Description
    Sunday, August 10, 2 pm – 5 pm
    This event has limited space availability. Cost: $10/person. Registration is required.

    Osler’s architectural studio was built in 1902 by the Washtenaw Light and Power (predecessor of Detroit Edison) as a place to change voltage from high to low, it had been empty since 1949. Windows were missing. The slate on the roof was damaged from the years of being jiggled by all the trains going by. Conduit insulators were sticking out just below the roof. The inside was a total mess. In addition, the neighborhood, then filled with ramshackle houses, was considered a bad part of town. Osler admits “there were not many who would want it,” but he could see the possibilities. “It was like the building was shaking hands with me,” says David Osler, describing turning a deserted electric power substation into a modern office. He made the dilapidated shell into a useable space and then put on an addition, staying within the perimeters allowed by the structure and lot. The tour will show how a historical building can successfully be repurposed. The current owners of the building, Dr. Kristine Freeark and Dr. Robert Zucker, will be in attendance to answer questions about the most recent reuse of the building.

    Light refreshments will be served.

    a2modern is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the awareness of and appreciation for mid-century architecture and design, celebrating the accomplishments of the architects, designers, builders, and homeowners in Ann Arbor. UMMA is pleased to partner with a2modern to provide audiences the opportunity to experience Ann Arbor’s modernist architecture in conjunction with the exhibition Three Michigan Architects: Part 3—George Brigham on view July 19 –October 12, 2014.

    The exhibition Three Michigan Architects: Part 3—George Brigham is the final in a series of architectural exhibitions that also featured Michigan Architects David Osler (Part 1) and Robert Metcalf (Part 2). It is part of the U-M Collections Collaborations series, co-organized by and presented at UMMA and designed to showcase the renowned and diverse collections at the University of Michigan.

    REGISTER HERE 
    Space is limited
    $10/person

    LOGISTICS

    The office is located at 916 Fuller Street. There is not enough room to park at this location so, you will need to park nearby and walk a bit to get to the office. Some suggestions:

    To the east (toward Glen):

    On Glen Court there are spaces on the street with no time limit. At the end of Glen Ct. is a U of M parking structure (open on weekends and weekdays after 6 p.m.). No UM permit is required on Sundays. [This is kitty corner to Angelo's and has plenty of parking]

    In the other direction there’s parking on State St. and on High St.

  • Reel San Francisco Stories: On-Location Movies and Preservation

    San Francisco | Dates: 21 Aug, 2014
    Through a broad spectrum of film genres, author Christopher Pollock will examine the unexpected role of on-location movies in recording and conserving historic places in San Francisco. Co-sponsored by the Roxie Theater.
  • Lecture by Bruce G. Moffat

    Chicago | Dates: 02 Sep, 2014

    We are excited to inaugurate our 2014 Fall Talks with Bruce G. Moffat. The lecture will take place on Tuesday, September 2, at the Charnley-Persky House, headquarters of the Society of Architectural Historians. 

    Doors open at 6 pm. Lecture starts at 6:30 pm. RSVP is required due to limited seating (RSVP link coming soon). $10 suggested donation at the door.

    Moffat is a transportation enthusiast with many years of service at the Chicago Transit Authority and is the author of several books about Chicago’s transportation, including Forty Feet Below: The Story of Chicago's Freight Tunnels (Interurban Pr, 1982), The Chicago Tunnel Story: Exploring the Railroad “Forty Feet Below” (CERA B-135, 2002), and The “L”: The Development of Chicago’s Rapid Transit System, 1888-1932 (CERA B-131, 1995). He is co-author, with Michael Williams and Richard Cahan, of Chicago: City on the Move (Cityfiles Press, 2007)

    In his talk, he will discuss the history of the Chicago Freight tunnels, a system he visited several times and a topic he covered for the Network issue of MAS Context.


    2014 Fall Talks

    After the successful Spring Talks series organized by MAS Context earlier this year, we are thrilled to announce our 2014 Fall Talks, a series of four lectures that will take place in Chicago from September to December.

    This second series will discuss the city and its architecture, from physical and economic to cultural and social aspects. Presenters in this series include Bruce G. Moffat, Molly Wright Steenson, Alison Fisher, and David Schalliol. We know you are going to love their work too.

    Before and after the talks, there will be time to socialize and engage with the presenters and audience. We want to make sure each of you have the chance to meet new people and catch up with old friends.

    The Fall Talks will take place at the Charnley-Persky House, the international headquarters of the Society of Architectural Historians. The National Historic Landmark, designed by Adler and Sullivan at the time that Frank Lloyd Wright was a draftsman in their office, is internationally recognized as a turning point in modern residential architecture. To learn more about the house and the organization, please visit www.sah.org.

    Calendar:

    Tuesday, September 2 Bruce G. Moffat 
    Author and Chicago transportation expert 

    Tuesday, October 7
    Molly Wright Steenson
    Assistant Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Journalism & Mass Communication

    Tuesday, November 11
    Alison Fisher
    Harold and Margot Schiff Assistant Curator Department of Architecture and Design The Art Institute of Chicago  

    Tuesday December 2
    David Schalliol
    Sociologist, photographer, and digital media specialist

    All the talks are open to the public ($10 suggested donation includes lights snacks), but an RSVP is required. Looking forward to seeing you during our Fall Talks!  

  • A Mediterranean time of Islamic artrchitecture and urbanization of Afriqye in Medival

    Dates: 26 Dec, 2014 – 26 Dec, 2015
    this investigation is in history of Architecture in Afreqye, Afriqya is the most ancient place in the geographical areas of the world which during 9 centuries real Islamic movement presents its external form in Islamic architecture and urbanization on that origin. At the early days of Islamic urbanization and construction oldest couple of the Islamic works which has kept its initial form, had been built by Oghbe bin Nafe in one of the early Islamic noble cities on the masque of Qyrarvan. Process of the Islamic architecture continued in Afriqya after evolutionary initiatives that took place in the governments of Aghlabids, Fatimids, Zirids, Moravids, Hammadis and Hafsids. Scholars of Islamic arts such as Grunbaom, have mentioned this period as a Mediterranean time of Islamic art. In my PhD thesis I have dealt with Hafsids’s art, culture and civilization in Afriqya .
  • Kandinsky: A Retrospective

    Nashville | Dates: 26 Sep, 2014 – 04 Jan, 2015

    The Frist Center for the Visual Arts presents Kandinsky: A Retrospective, an exhibition celebrating a lifetime of work by Wassily Kandinsky (1866–1944) in the Center’s Ingram Gallery from September 26, 2014–January 4, 2015. Chronicling four decades of artistic evolution—from early figurative works to exuberant experiments in abstraction and color—this exhibition invites visitors on an extraordinary stylistic journey of one of the most innovative modern art masters of the twentieth century. 

    Kandinsky: A Retrospective is drawn largely from the collection of the Centre Pompidou–Paris, and features more than 100 paintings, drawings, and other works. A majority of these stunning works were part of the artist’s personal collection and were given by the artist’s widow, Nina. Additional paintings from the Milwaukee Art Museum, including works by Gabriele Münter, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, further an appreciation of the artist in the context of his contemporaries. The exhibition is organized chronologically and spans the artist’s periods in Russia, Germany, and France.

    Celebrate the opening of Kandinsky: A Retrospective and Helen Pashgian: Light Invisible, during our Community Opening on Friday, September 26 from 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. A cash bar and hors d’oeuvres will be available in the Frist Center’s Grand Lobby from 6:00–8:30 p.m. Remarks will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Frist Center Auditorium. RSVP by Monday, September 15 by calling 615.744.3987 or membership@fristcenter.org. Join us!

  • A.W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship Program

    Dates: 24 Jul – 15 Oct, 2014

    Deadline: 10/15/14

    The Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art announces a residential postdoctoral fellowship supported by a grant from the A.W. Mellon Foundation. This award will be for academic years 2015-2017. Applications will be considered for research in the history, theory, and criticism of the visual arts of any time period or culture. Scholars are expected to reside in Washington and to participate fully in the activities of the Center throughout the fellowship period. Applicants for 2015-2017 must have received the PhD degree between October 1, 2009, and October 1, 2014. The fellowship is awarded without regard to age or nationality of applicants. Applications must be submitted online by October 15, 2014. For detailed information, visit www.nga.gov/casva or email casva@nga.gov.

  • Blue Award 2014

    Dates: 01 Feb – 01 Sep, 2014

    The Department for Spatial and Sustainable Design from the Vienna University of Technology organizes the BLUE AWARD.

    The Blue Award is a biennial, international student competition and awards projects addressing the topic of sustainability in the academic fields of architecture, regional planning and urbanism. The economical, cultural and social dimensions of sustainable development should be equal in significance to the classical problems of technique and function.

    The competition is an open invitation to future-oriented and sustainable solutions.  How will our built environment present itself in the coming years?  Not a one-dimensional approach leads to results, but rather a comprehensive view of the tasks at hand is necessary in order to provide solutions and protect an environment worth experiencing.

    The Blue Award 2014 is making its third appearance as an anonymous, international, single-phase competition, and is intended for students of architecture, regional planning and urbanism.

    For the first edition, Blue Award 09, 163 projects from 86 faculties and architecture schools spread across 49 countries were submitted.

    The second edition of the international competition Blue Award 2012 was again an unanticipated success. 232 projects from all over the world. 101 universities and schools of architecture, regional planning and urbanism, from 38 countries worldwide, participated.

    The Blue Award 2014 will be handed out in three categories.

    The Blue Award 2014 will particularly emphasize and support architectural efforts in sustainable architecture, particulary in innovative timber constructions and on visionary use of renewable resources.

    Participants can submit projects in the following three categories:

    Category 1 - Urban Development and Transformation, Landscape Development

    Category 2 - Ecological Building and Building in Existing Structures

    Category 3 - Innovative Systems and Detailed Solutions

    Prize sum of 10.000 Euros

    The prize sum of 10.000 Euros will be divided by the jury among the three categories of the competition. The jury may decide upon a number of honorable mentions.

    In addition, independent of the categories, a special award will be handed out by the jury, chosen from among all entries.

  • Planning Impacts

    Melbourne | Dates: 28 Jul, 2014
    Monday 28 July 2014, 6-8pm
    The recently released final Plan Melbourne Strategy together with Victoria’s reformed residential zones have the potential to impact the shape of the city and the form of its buildings. Hear from our experienced presenters for an overview of these recent planning instruments and an analysis of their impacts on the built environment. 

    Speakers:
    - Andrew Caspar, Town Planner, Tract Consultants 

    - Colleen Peterson
    , Director – Planning, Ratio Consultants 

    - Simon Wollan
    , Associate, MGS Architects 

    Chair: Robert Nelson
    , Monash University

    This seminar provides one (1) formal continuing professional development (CPD) point per hour on completion of self-assessment.

    Competencies: Design, Documentation, Project Management

    VENUE:
    Australian Institute of Architects
    Level 2
    41 Exhibition Street
    Melbourne, Victoria 3000

    CONTACT DETAILS: 
    Victorian Chapter 
    Australian Institute of Architects 
    Level 1, 41 Exhibition Street 
    Melbourne Vic 3000 

    T: 03 8620 3866 
    E: vic@architecture.com.au


  • The City as Our Stage

    Montréal | Dates: 27 Jul, 2014

    How does a building tell a story? Explore the connections between architecture, narrative, sculpture, and poetry in a workshop inspired by the architecture of John Hejduk, whose archive is housed at the CCA. Using watercolours, drawings and masks, participants will breathe life into their constructions in order to create a collective architecture performance.

    All family programs are free. Reserve a place for you and your family at 514 939 7026.

  • The Mound of Vendôme

    Montréal | Dates: 19 Jun – 14 Sep, 2014

    The mound of Vendôme is a seemingly simple yet provocative artifact: an earthwork that became a central part of a radical attempt to transform urban iconography during the two-month rule of the Paris Commune in 1871. The Mound of Vendôme, an exhibition and research project by David Gissen, recalls this lost structure and calls for its contemporary reconstruction and historicization.

    On 12 April 1871 the Central Committee of the Paris Commune voted to demolish the Place Vendôme Column — a monument commissioned by Napoleon I in 1809 to represent his military victory at Austerlitz and renovated in 1863 by his nephew Napoleon III to celebrate Bonapartist rule. The Communards condemned the monument as a representation of imperialism and an “insult by the victors to the vanquished” and constructed an enormous mound of sand, straw, branches, and manure to cushion the demolition and protect surrounding structures from the impact.

    The dirt and debris was quickly cleared following the suppression of the Commune and nearly a century and a half later all traces of these events are absent from the Place Vendôme. To plan for the recreation of the mound today is thus a striking reminder of the events of that year as well as the Commune’s strategies of spatial occupation. The exhibition presents the mound as a fitting object to mark and reflect upon the Commune’s history and the implications of its expedient transformation of the urban landscape.

    A series of images show the square before and after the destruction of the column: an unknown photographer captures a perspective of the Column in 1851, Bruno Braquehais photographs a statue of Napoleon I that fell during the uprising and Charles Marville documents the tower under construction in 1873. Other featured objects from the CCA’s extensive collection of Commune-era holdings include drawings, models, full-scale studies, newspaper clippings, maps and petitions to city officials to reconstruct the Mound of Vendôme with the use of these and other artifacts. Contemporary renderings by David Gissen imagine the reconstruction of the monumental earthwork and reawaken the possibility of transforming the iconography of urban spaces today.

  • Making it Here: Red Hook Neighborhood Tour

    New York | Dates: 08 Aug, 2014

    Walk the streets of Red Hook with urban manufacturing experts from the Pratt Center for Community Development and the Southwest Brooklyn Industrial Development Corporation to explore a unique mix of historic spaces and innovative businesses.  This tour will focus on land use issues in an industrial neighborhood and the relationships between design and production.

    This tour is part of Making it Here. Click here to learn more about the series.

    Please note that as this is an active manufacturing space it is required that you wear closed-toed, hard-soled shoes for your safety. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.

    Tickets to this event are non-refundable. Should you not be able to attend, the full price of unused tickets may be treated as a donation to Open House New York and is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
  • East River Boat Tour with WXY and SHoP

    New York | Dates: 02 Aug, 2014

    Over the past two decades, the ecological restoration of New York’s East River has helped open its waterfront to significant new development. Several major projects, proposed or now in construction, will further transform the East River into a bustling center of residential and commercial activity. Join Open House New York for its annual summer boat tour up the East River for a discussion about architecture and urban design along this revitalized waterway.

    Speakers include Claire Weisz, Principal of WXY Architecture + Urban Design; and Angelica Trevino Baccon, Senior Design Associate, SHoP Architects. Additional speakers to be announced.

    Rain or Shine.

    Boat leaves promptly at 12:30 pm. Please arrive 20 minutes early to check-in.

    Tickets to this event are non-refundable. Should you not be able to attend, the full price of unused tickets may be treated as a donation to Open House New York and is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

  • Making it Here: National Elevator Cab & Door Factory Tour

    New York | Dates: 01 Aug, 2014
    Making it Here: National Elevator Cab & Door Factory Tour
    Friday, August 1, 2014
    Tours at 9 and 11 am
     
    In an old art deco factory building off the R-train in Queens, National Elevator Cab & Door Corporation builds the elevator cabs that carry millions of New Yorkers every day. Learn about how the city’s uniquely robust demand for vertical transportation has allowed this family-owned and operated manufacturing business to grow in place during its more than eighty-year history.
     
    $15 OHNY Members 
    $25 General Admission 
    Reservations begin July 18 at 10 am here.
  • New York Art Deco Scavenger Hunt

    New York | Dates: 09 Aug, 2014

    Join Open House New York and the Art Deco Society of New York for the first-ever citywide New York Art Deco Scavenger Hunt. Spend the day exploring the city and taking photographs of some of the most stunning Art Deco buildings that New York - the capital of the Art Deco movement - has to offer.

    Hunt alone or as a team to decipher dozens of clues that will lead you on a Deco-themed adventure across the city. Learn about Art Deco in New York as you visit buildings and public spaces, as well as the architects who design them. The hunt begins at Open House New York at 10:00 AM and concludes at 5:00 PM. Decipher more than 60 clues and post photos of you and your team in front of the Deco landmarks on Instagram. At the end of the day, points will be tallied, winners announced, and prizes awarded. 

    Space is limited, and early registration is strongly encouraged.

    How it Works:

    • Register yourself as an individual participant.
    • One week before the event you will receive a follow-up email asking you to identify your team name and list of team members. ALL team members MUST be registered individually in order to participate.
    • Each team will also be required to register one Instagram account from which they will submit photos during the course of the scavenger hunt; only photos submitted via this account will be counted toward your team's total, so make sure to send the correct account name!
    • On August 9th, check-in at OHNY to receive your team's clue packet and New York Art Deco Scavenger Hunt t-shirts, which you will need to be wearing in each picture you submit in order to earn points. Please note: You must check-in at Open House New York at 1133 Broadway, Suite 802, between 10 AM and 12 PM.
    • Hunt away from 10 AM - 5 PM, posting photos of you and your team in front of the Deco landmarks hinted at in more than 60 clues! Only photos that are posted to your team's registered Instagram account between those times will be counted toward your team's point total.
    • At the end of the day, points will be tallied, winners announced, and prizes awarded. 

     

    Tickets to this event are non-refundable. Should you be unable to attend, the full price of unused tickets may be treated as a donation to Open House New York and the Art Deco Society of New York and is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. 

  • Iberoamerican Bienal of Architecture and Urbanism 2014

    Rosario | Dates: 13 – 17 Oct, 2014
    The Ibero-American Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism (BIAU) is an initiative of the Government of Spain, established after the completion of eight previous editions, as one of the key references for current and prospective situation of architecture and urbanism in the Latin American community.