The Future of Public Space in NYC
Wednesday, April 26, 2023
Hybrid (see description for details)
Open to the Public
Free; Reservations Required
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Part of what makes New York City great is its beloved public spaces. In her book Why Public Space Matters, Setha Low shows how thriving public spaces enhance creativity, health, urban resilience, and environmental sustainability; yet more than ever, these spaces are threatened by urban development, privatization, and neglect. Drawing on these insights, an expert panel envisions ways to make New York City more equitable through innovative approaches to its parks, plazas, waterways, and sidewalks. David Gonzalez, journalist at The New York Times, leads a discussion featuring Susan M. Donoghue, commissioner, New York City Department of Parks and Recreation; Erik Kulleseid, commissioner, New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation; and Setha Low, distinguished professor at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Weekday visitors to the Graduate Center’s 365 Fifth Avenue campus no longer have to show proof of vaccination or negative PCR tests at the lobby desk. They just need to show a government-issued picture ID and sign in at the security desk. To enter the Graduate Center, CUNY students, faculty, and staff are required to provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination through the Cleared4 platform. Please see Building Entry Policy for more information.
A video of this event will be posted a few days later on our YouTube Channel.
Please contact Jimmy Cok at firstname.lastname@example.org in advance for CART services or any additional accessibility requests or concerns for in-person events. This event will be livestreamed, and closed captions will be provided.