Barbara Wilks will be a panelist in two upcoming panel discussions:Water's Edge: The Revitalization of New York City's WaterfrontWhen: April 20 at 6:30pmWhere: The Horticultural Society of New York, 148 West 37th Street, 13th FloorTickets for the event can be purchase on the HCNY Website:https://secure.serve.com/hsny/secureform_workshops_talks_tours.htmlSpeakers include: Terri-Lee Burger, design partner at Abel Bainnson Butz (Queens West: Stage II, Hudson River Park); Signe Nielsen, Co-Principal of Matthews Nielsen Landscape Architects (Fulton Ferry Landing, Hudson River Park, Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum at Pier 86); Nancy Owens, Principal of Nancy Owens Studio (St. James Park, Bronx, Veterans Memorial Garden, Queens); Barbara Wilks, Principal of W Architecture and Landscape Architecture, LLC (West Harlem Piers Park, The Edge Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn).
The exhibit On the Horizon, featuring the 2010 NY ASLA Awards include West Harlem Pier Park, can also be view at the Horticulture Society and is running through the 23rd of April.
Minds in the Gutter
When: April 22 at 6:30pm
Where: the Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue and 103rd Street
Tickets for the event can be purchased on the MCNY website:http://www.mcny.org/public-programs/all/Minds-in-the-Gutter.html
The panel will be moderated by Deborah Marton, Executive Director of Design for Public Space and will also include the following panelist:
Kate Zidar – Stormwater Infrastructure Matters (S.W.I.M.) Coalition; Ed Janoff – NYC Department of Transportation Office of Planning and Sustainability; Nette Compton – MIG juror, Senior Project Manager for Design at NYC Department of Parks and Recreation and Design Trust Fellow for Designing Parks for the 21st Century; Barbara E. Wilks – MIG exhibitor, W Architecture and Landscape Architecture; Eric Rothstein – MIG exhibitor, eDesign DynamicsW Architecture and Landscape Architecture's work will be featured in the exhibition.Share on Facebook