Monthly Archives: June, 2011

Thursday, July 21 at 6pm Join OHNY and Harlem One Stop on a cultural walking tour which will take you through sections of Sugar Hill-Hamilton Heights and Central Harlem. Tour will explore connections and highlight sites associated with Harlem’s Black and Jewish music culture. The tour will be led by John Reddick and will feature discussion […]

Hae-In, OHNY’s Program & Education Coordinator, recently took a trip to Germany, stopping in Berlin, Nuremberg, Füssen and Munich. Today’s post focuses on the Pinakothek der Moderne museum in Munich. The museum is the most recent addition to Munich’s three big art museum cluster (along with the Alte Pinakothek and Neue Pinakothek), and is part […]

By Robert Moore, Volunteer Council member It was a dark and stormy night…well, it was one of those steamy summer nights when unexpected, evening thunderstorms hurl themselves upon unsuspecting commuters. However, on this Tuesday evening the rain relented just too late to allow the open roof to be used for the festivities for the presentation […]

This spring, the Institute for Urban Design asked New Yorkers how they thought the city’s public realm could be improved, and they responded with more than 500 ideas across the five boroughs. Now it’s your turn: We’re asking architects, designers, artists, and urbanists to respond to the challenge! From now through July 14th, you can […]

Highlights from Tel Aviv continue this week. As you may recall reading two weeks ago, OHNY’s Executive Director, Renee Schacht, visited Tel Aviv in May to attend Open House Tel Aviv and take part in the inaugural Open House Worldwide Conference. Her first day in Tel Aviv began with coffee and champagne on the roof […]

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