Tag Archives: New York

This week’s Field Trip Friday brings us to a warehouse in Long Island City, the location of architect Richard Meier’s Model Museum.  OHNY staff had a chance to tour the museum in July and take a self-guided tour. The museum of Meier’s work opened in May of 2007 for what was intended to be a […]

This week’s Focus on Architecture feature photo was taken by V. L. Swan at Grand Central Terminal and was selected as a winner in the Details category. “During the renovation architect’s (Beyer Blinder Belle) tour of Grand Central Terminal, I was captivated by the play of light from many of the original lighting fixtures, using […]

Breaking Ground – A Public Charrette organized by Dancing in the Streets is a site-specific choreography workshop that will be held in one of New York City’s most intriguing sites – Federal Hall National Memorial. Led by nationally acclaimed choreographer Joanna Haigood, the workshop offers participants a unique opportunity to work across disciplines to explore […]

We will be highlighting winning photographs from 2008 during the next few weeks, along with the story behind the photo. This week’s photo was taken by Tais Melillo at the Thirteen/WNET television studios in Chelsea and was selected as a winner in the Exteriors category. “Unlike last year, this year I wasn’t going to be […]

OHNY staff recently visited The First Church of Christ Scientist, located on 68th and Central Park West.  This copper domed Beaux-Arts church is an OHNY Weekend site and the location of our first volunteer training session on September 24. Having recently emerged from a renovation that began in 2005, the Church (formerly The Second Church […]