Wednesday, June 19 at 6:30 pm at the Museum of the City of New York
In order to create a new future, we first need to imagine what it could possibly look and feel like. For the final program in the Museum’s Housing Tomorrow’s City series, we ask a group of visionary urban thinkers, architects, and artists how New Yorkers might inhabit and experience the city several generations from now. With design researcher Alix Gerber, architect Mitchell Joachim, science fiction writer Sam Miller, and artist Ayodamola Tanimowo Okunseinde. Expect a lively — and mind-expanding — evening of presentations and discussion. Moderated by K.A. Dilday, senior editor at CityLab.
Register online at mcny.org/future. Use code HOUSING1 for $15 tickets.