A Tale of Two Cities: Closing the Gap is a Public Lecture series that will explore how the DeBlasio Administration – and new City Council – can address the 2 Cities gap, in the areas of solid waste and climate justice, planning, broad legislation and affordable housing.
For lecture dates, times and details click HERE!
Friday Febuary 28th 6-8 pm Pratt Mannhattan 213
Friday March 7th 6-8 pm Pratt Brooklyn HHN 406
Friday March 28th 6-8 pm Pratt Manhattan Room 213
Friday April 11 6-8 pm Pratt Manhattan Room 213
Be sure to check out the awesome PSPD workshops we are offering this semster!
Public Speaking 530pm
This Fall, Pratt PSPD’s introductory courses in City & Regional Planning and Historic Preservation focused their studies on the Lower East Side. The Historic Preservation program’s Documentation/Interpretation course worked in tandem with the Fundamentals studio to address issues focused on the needs of public housing tenants in the area, using a historic preservation lens. Check out the website below for the culmination of the Documentation/Interpretation course’s work!
Come check out our very own PSPD students present their final projects throughout this week! Check out the scheduele below!
Check out The New York Times article honoring the career of Pratt Alumni, Samuel Hornick for his amazing 4-decade long career as a city planner!
To read the article Click here!
Check out these exciting fellowship opportunties for 2014! Click Here
Come check out the final installment of the Marfa Dialouges this Wednesday, November 20th!
The Rockaways | Novemer 20th | 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Where: Queens Museum; NYC Buulding; Flushing Meadows Coronoa Park, Queens, NY
FREE & open to the public
Financing an Equitable & Resilient Future
Tuesday, November 19th, 2013
New York City Bar Association
42 W. 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
8:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.
This conference will explore innovative mechanisms for financing the social, economic and infrastructure needs of New York and other cities to successfully address climate change. The conference will feature panel discussions of innovative financing instruments for housing and other community investments to meet the needs of low-income communities and communities of color in order to realize a more equitable and more resilient New York.