Past Programs & Events

2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - 2010 - 2009

Preservation Grants Information Session by the Preservation League of New York State
Monday, February 6, from 4:00 - 5:30pm
Venue: Neighborhood Preservation Center, 232 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003
Free, reservations required online or by calling 518-462-5658 ext. 10
Space limited.

Not-for-profit groups and municipalities were invited to attend a free information session on Preserve New York and Technical Assistance Grants (TAG), the signature grant programs of the New York State Council on the Arts and the Preservation League of New York State.

Erin Tobin, the League's Director of Preservation, explained the requirements of the grants, the process of applying, and discussed some successful previous applicants. For more information on this session, please go here

This program was co-sponsored by NYSCAHistoric Districts Council, and Neighborhood Preservation Center. 

Zoning for Public Good
Thursday, January 26th at 6:30pm
Venue: Museum of the City of New York (1220 5th Avenue at 103rd Street)
Registration required online
(use the discount code ZONE for $10 tickets) 
This was the second program in a series presented in conjunction with MCNY's new exhibition Mastering the Metropolis: New York and Zoning, 1916-2016. To view the full series click here.
This program was presented by MCNY in collaboration with The Municipal Art Society. The Neighborhood Preservation Center was pleased to be an honorary co-sponsor.
NPC Intern Lecture 
Yunjie Ni - Public Baths in Manhattan: From the Past to the Future
Wednesday, January 18th from 6:00 - 7:15pm
Venue: Neighborhood Preservation Center, 232 East 11th Street, NYC 10003
Free, RSVP required. Space limited.
NPC hosted a presentation by Yunjie Ni, an intern at NPC and a graduate of the NYU Masters Program in Historical and Sustainable Architecture. She presented her thesis work on municipal public baths of Manhattan during the Progressive Era (c. 1890s to 1920s). The presentation included an overall history of public baths in New York City, the current status of the historic municipal baths in Manhattan, and their architectural evolution. Yunjie also introduced adaptive reuse precedents from the UK that New York might consider.