Posts tagged with "Architecture and the Media":

Architecture and the Media #4: Evolving Media Platforms

The last in the popular year-long Architecture and the Media series is this Thursday evening, November 8! The topic: Evolving Media Platforms. Join editors Jenna McKnight (Architizer), Stephanie Murg (Unbeige), Susan Szenasy (Metropolis) and writer Alexandra Lange (Design Observer) for a discussion with Molly Heintz (Architect's Newspaper) about online journalism and social media, 6-8pm at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place. Click here for TICKETS.  
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EVENT> Architecture & the Media: Trade Press, An Evolving Role

Architecture & the Media #3: Trade Press, an Evolving Role Thursday, September 6 6:00-8:00pm Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place Traditionally, publication in a trade magazine was an effective way to reach peers and demonstrate credibility to clients. Are trade publications becoming hybrids of journalism and networking sites, two-way streets where users are more engaged with editors? Join us at the Center for Architecture on September 6 for a panel discussion on design reporting, the third installment of Architecture & the Media, a four-part series exploring today’s media landscape co-produced by the Center for Architecture, AIANY’s Oculus and Marketing & PR Committees, and The Architect’s Newspaper. For Trade Press: An Evolving role, moderator and AN executive editor Alan Brake will be joined by editors Katie Weeks of Eco-Structure magazine, Linda Barr of Real Estate Weekly, Stacy Shoemaker Rauen of Hospitality Design magazine, and Diana Moser of Multi-Housing News. Tickets: $10 for members and students, $20 for non-members. PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
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EVENT> Architecture Criticism Today: February 27 in NYC

**2/27 Breaking news: The New Yorker's Paul Goldberger will be joining the panel discussion. Critical mass! Monday, February 27 Architecture Criticism Today 6:00pm-8:00pm Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place Who is best served by criticism? Who is the proper audience? Can it simultaneously serve the profession and the wider public, or are they mutually exclusive? How has role of general-interest media critics evolved? As a project comes to life, at what point(s) should critics weigh in? The first of a four-part series on Architecture and the Media will address some of these questions, when architecture critics discuss the role of criticism in the field of architecture today and how it informs the general public’s understanding of design. AN's executive editor Julie Iovine will moderate a panel discussion among architecture critics at consumer, business and trade publications: Justin Davidson (New York Magazine), Cathleen McGuigan (Architectural Record), and James Russell (Bloomberg), with audience Q&A to follow. 1.5 CEUs; $10 for members and students; $20 non-members. TICKETS Organized by the Oculus Committee, the AIANY Marketing & PR Committee, and The Architect's Newspaper.