Monthly Archives: January, 2012

January 26th is Australia Day. Every year while we battle the cold winter weather, Australians are barbequing and having a ball, most likely on a beautiful sunny beach somewhere. If there’s any country in the world that knows how to party, it’s Australia (pronounced “Straya” by the locals). OHNY’s program coordinator, Jailee, spent a year [...]

This week, Jailee got a peek at the Andrew Freedman Home located on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx. The abandoned mansion is the location of a new exhibition by No Longer Empty that will go up later this spring. No Longer Empty, an art organization, creates exhibitions in spaces that are, well, empty or [...]

Saturday, February 11, 2012 Starting at 11:00am – evening (5:00-6:30pm) Join OHNY and Docomomo US for a scavenger hunt across Manhattan and beyond. Spend a day exploring the city and taking photographs in front of examples of modern architecture and design for a chance to win great prizes! Hunt alone or as a team and [...]

OHNY’s program coordinator, Jailee Rychen, got an invitation this week to visit the Sasaki Garden in Washington Square Village by Ruth Rennert, Chair of the Save the WSV Sasaki Garden Committee and other members of the committee. Jailee got a tour of the garden and learned just how special and important the garden is to [...]

OHNY staffers, Jessica and Renee were able to take part in a special guided tour back in November of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s (WCS) Center for Global Conservation as well as the Lion House at the Bronx Zoo. FXFOWLE Architects and WCS generously provided this tour as part of OHNY’s Annual Spring Benefit and Auction [...]

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