Join Kim Lovejoy on her tour of EverGreene’s Brooklyn studio, illustrating the roles of conservators, designers, craftspersons, and artists through live studio demonstrations and interactive Q&A. This event is exclusive reserved for AIA New York’s Historic Buildings Committee (HBC) members—max. 15 participants.
Sign In 4:00–4:30pm
Studio Tour 4:30–6:00pm
Afternoon Tea, Refreshments & Networking 6:00–6:30pm
DESIGN – See how our Design Studio collaborates with architects and clients to create decorative schemes and murals; how field documentation is interpreted into color boards, samples, shop drawings, renderings, stencil patterns, and other design documents and see large-format digital printing options.
CONSERVATION – Learn about field investigation and testing tools; lab services; paint microscopy; stone, metals, wallpaper, and mural conservation.
PLASTER – Hear from craftspeople about the restoration of architectural ornament, including stabilization, selective replacement, sculpture, mold-making, casting, and engineered attachments for installation.
MURALS – Witness how design documents come to fruition as our artists paint canvases with murals, trompe l’oeil, and stencil patterns for a complete historic theater redecoration, and create new murals and decoration for a church.
This in-person event will follow local, state, and national guidelines. Masks are required to be worn by all attendees while indoors unless actively eating or drinking. Social distancing, where possible.