We’re off to an exciting start to 2012 as we launch an expanded line-up of innovative new programming and social opportunities for Urbanists in their 20s and 30s.
Exclusive Architectural Tour
On February 21, Urbanist Emily Sottile will lead us on a comprehensive tour of EverGreene Architectural Arts studio
, which is the preeminent architectural conservation and restoration firm in New York. The program includes a tour of the studio, a discussion of means and methods and offers 1.25 CEU credits to qualified participants. This program is offered in conjunction with openhousenewyork
. Register now
and enter “urbanist” for a $10 discount.
2012 Urbanist Open House
On March 22 we’ll be opening the doors at the MAS Greenacre Library to you and potential Urbanists so you can stop by, have a glass of wine and chat with others,
and find out what we’ve been up to at MAS and what’s in store for the upcoming year. Join MAS president Vin Cipolla for an informal evening to learn more about the people who care deeply about our city and find out how you can get more involved in building a livable, resilient New York.
After Dark Party
Please save the date for our annual Gala at the New York Public Library which will take place on the evening of Thursday, April 19, 2012, when we will present our highest award — the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal — to two extraordinary New Yorkers: Joan Ganz Cooney and Peter G. Peterson. After the evening’s program is finished, we invite you and your friends to help us celebrate with good food, drinks and dancing at the After Dark party in the Astor Hall
. Last year’s party was a blast…if you would like to help us plan this year’s After Dark party, please let us know!
We can use your help and event planning skills!
To get involved, email Alana Farkas at afarkas[at]mas.org or Paul Kelterborn at pkelterborn[at]mas.org