Summer is just around the corner, but there are still architecture and design events happening around New York City. Wondering what events are coming up this week? Bustler rounded up a snappy list of event recommendations worth checking out. Our latest picks: the world premiere of “Unknown New York: The City that Women Built”, the 2018 Iron Designer Challenge, and the “Derrick Adams: Sanctuary” currently at the Museum of Arts and Design. Read on for our latest weekly event recommendations.
How many buildings in New York City were built by women? Don't miss the world premiere of Beverly Willis' latest documentary! This new 17-minute film introduces prominent women architects, engineers, and builders who have played integral roles in creating New York City.
Watch 10 teams of high school students and industry professionals compete in this year’s Iron Designer Challenge, in which they will build a structure that, when viewed from different perspectives, creates a profile different from the objects that make up the structure, creating a unique perceptual experience. Projects will be built in front of a live audience. Event is open to all!
If you haven't seen it, the Museum of Arts and Design is still showcasing “Derrick Adams: Sanctuary”, an exhibition featuring some 50 works of multi-disciplinary artist Derrick Adams. The exhibition reflects on the plight of working-class black people before and during the Civil Rights Movement, and their determination to pursue the same American Dream afforded to others.
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