This event will provide an opportunity for current students to be mentored by fellow graduates of the school. There will also be an opportunity to review Portfolios. The theme of DiverCITY speaks to the diverse network of CCNY architecture, landscape, urban design & sustainability alumni who have graduated and established their careers throughout the building industry as architects, builders, sustainability leaders, planners and more. This event aims to strengthen the connections between the students & the alumni of the school with the goal of fostering life-long mentoring relationships that will last long beyond graduation. This is a great opportunity for you to connect with our current students & recent graduates. Please confirm that you will be able to attend as a "Mentor" or a "Mentee". We encourage you to share your own experiences with current CCNY students and have a positive impact on their professional development. Your participation is greatly appreciated.
Architecture Alumni Networking Happy Hour
You are invited to join us for the 2017 CCNY Architecture Alumni Group's Fall Happy Hour Networking Event
No Cover + Cash Bar + Happy Hour Drink Specials
DATE: Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 @ 6pm
LOCATION : Mcgettigan's @ 70 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018
Join us for Happy Hour at McGettigan’s and enjoy a wide range of beers, wines and well drinks starting from just $5!
Happy Hour runs until 9pm making this event the perfect opportunity to meet and reconnect with past classmates, students, faculty and friends of the School.
We are looking forward to catching up with our fellow Alumni.
Brought to you by the Architecture Alumni Group of the Alumni Association of CCNY & Venues of New York.
Film Screening + Discussion
This documentary is written and directed by Beverly Willis, FAIA, and produced by the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation. Viewers learn that Frank Lloyd Wright was not only a visionary and icon, but he also provided unique opportunities for women to learn the craft of architecture at Taliesin. The 20-minute film unearths the experience of more than 100 female fellows at Taliesin with a focus on six individuals who have carved a place for themselves in the legacy of women in architecture.
The screening will be followed by a Panel Discussion with Beverly Willis & fellow CCNY Alumna, moderated by CCNY Professor Marta Gutman.