This August we are celebrating the New York Landmarks Conservancy’s 11th Annual Sacred Sites Open House all month long!
New York Landmarks Conservancy is dedicated to preserving, revitalizing, and reusing New York’s architecturally significant buildings. This year, the event will be held virtually, so tune in to explore the wonderful art, architecture, and history of New York’s diverse religious sites. Check out the event schedule here.
Join Executive Chairman and Founder, Jeff Greene and Director of the Sacred Space Studio, Emily Sottile, who will be “with you in spirit” virtually to discuss how sacred art and architecture can be a connection to those we are separated from by time and space. The session will include a case study of the restoration of architectural artwork at Eldridge Street Synagogue and a discussion on reading sacred architecture, featuring a variety of EverGreene’s preserved Sacred Spaces in New York. There will be an opportunity for a live Q&A after the presentations.
Watch the Zoom recording of the August 11th event here: