2022 After Dark Party

An evening of cocktails, music, and dancing—hosted by the MAS Urbanists

Join us for the 2022 After Dark Party: a celebration of the city, a prime networking opportunity, and a memorable evening of cocktails and dancing. Hosted by the MAS Urbanists, the After Dark Party brings together New Yorkers from the design, advocacy, business, and philanthropic communities who share a passion for New York City.

From Grand Central Terminal to the Top of the Standard Hotel, the After Dark Party has been held at some of New York City’s most dynamic spaces. This year, we will bring guests to the 1875 Bar at Weylin in Brooklyn. We invite you to join us at this speakeasy for drinks, dancing, and celebration!

The After Dark Party will follow the 2022 Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal Celebration, honoring Jon Batiste, Clara Wu Tsai & Joe Tsai, and Earl D. Weiner.


The 1875 Bar is named for the year that Weylin was constructed. Formerly the iconic Williamsburgh Savings Bank, Weylin was built by renowned architect George B. Post with interiors designed by Peter B. Right. The 1875 Bar features wood floors, aged tin-ceiling, a 1920s carved wood hotel bar, and an antique vault. These features lend the space to an ultimate speakeasy, prohibition-era feel.

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Wednesday, November 9
9:30 PM — 12:00 AM

175 Broadway
Brooklyn, New York


  • The 1875 Bar at Weylin. Photo: courtesy of Weylin. Modifications: photo cropped.
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  • sign for the Municipal Art Society of New York's After Dark Party
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FRIEND – $60

  • Individual ticket to the After Dark Party

PATRON – $125

  • Individual ticket to the After Dark Party
  • Urbanist Professional Membership

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  • Weylin, the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank, at 175 Broadway in Brooklyn. Photo: courtesy of Weylin.
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  • The main rotunda at Weylin. Photo: courtesy of Weylin. Modifications: photo cropped.
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  • Inside the Weylin: a safe used by the Williamsburgh Savings Bank; the bank's domed ceiling; and an interior hallway.
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ABOUT THE municipal art society of new york

For nearly 130 years, the Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS) has worked to educate and inspire New Yorkers to engage in the betterment of our city. Created in 1893 by Richard Morris Hunt and a circle of civic-minded activists, MAS was founded with a mission to beautify the city through public art. Throughout its first century, MAS grew into the larger role of bringing the voice of the public into the planning, preservation, and policy debates that impact the lives of New Yorkers. Today, our work reflects a deep commitment to the process of community-based planning.

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The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal was established in 1994 to honor Mrs. Kennedy Onassis, her passionate efforts to preserve great architecture in New York City, and her remarkable partnership with the Municipal Art Society over nearly two decades.

Learn more about the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal →