Westbeth: A Revolution in Artists' Housing and Adaptive Re-Use
If you missed the lecture, check out pictures of the event or download the audio from the talk.
We have the entire lecture available for download below, so enjoy listening to Andrew Dolkart's Westbeth insights on your way to work, at the gym, or just walking around our historic neighborhoods.
Audio: Westbeth: A Revolution in Artists' Housing and Adaptive Re-Use
Featuring Andrew Berman & Andrew Dolkart
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And don't forget to visit Westbeth itself, located at West and Bethune Streets in the West Village!
Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer
Official Lecture Listing:
NEW 6:30 p.m. - Discussion/Q&A with GVSHP Executive Director Andrew Berman about what recent developments with the calendaring of Westbeth for NYC landmark designation and approval of Westbeth for the State and National Register of Historic Places means.
7:00 p.m. - Architectural historian and author of GVSHP's nomination of Westbeth to the State and National Register for Historic Places Andrew Dolkart will how the nomination was done, what it found, and how Westbeth's ground-breaking transformation to artists' housing came to be recognized for its state and national significance.
The Westbeth Gallery will be open before the lecture and will feature paintings of the Hudson River and its surrounds by William Kennon.
This event is co-sponsored by the Westbeth Gallery and the Westbeth Artists Residents Council. This program is made possible through the J.M. Kaplan Fund.