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Sacred Sites Panel Discussion

Sacred Sites

PLANNING, PAYING, PROCEEDING
The 3 P’s of restoring, renewing and renovating your house of worship

In concurrence with the New York Landmark Conservancy’s Sacred Sites month, there will be a panel discussion held in our studio this Thursday, May 7th. Please join us for this presentation on what you need to know if you are considering a renovation, restoration, or renewal of your historic worship space. Our panel of experts will walk you through the steps — from master planning & fundraising to design, decoration & construction — so your vision can become a reality.

Thursday, May 7, 2014
EverGreene Architectural Arts
450 West 31st Street, 7th Floor
5:30 Reception
6:00 – 7:00 Panel Discussion

THE PANEL
Architect / Thomas Fenniman, AIA, Thomas A. Fenniman, Architect
Capital Campaign Consultant / Tom Kissane, Principal & Managing Director, CCS
Liturgical Arts Specialist / Emily Sottile, Director of the Sacred Spaces Studio, EverGreene Architectural Arts

Moderator / Ann-Isabel Friedman, Director, Sacred Sites Program, New York Landmarks Conservancy

The program is free, but space is limited and registration is required.

Register here!