The New York Landmarks Conservancy is very pleased to offer our Professional Circle members an exclusive tour with Richard Southwick, Partner of Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners, Julie Hausch-Fen and Selldorf Architects Partner Julie Hausch-Fen and Michi Ushio Project Manager, of the Hispanic Society Museum & Library.
June 28, 10:00 – 11:00 AM
Hispanic Society Museum & Library
3718 Broadway (Between West 155th and 156th Streets) Manhattan
The Hispanic Society Museum & Library in Upper Manhattan—one of the great repositories of art and culture from Spanish-and Portuguese-speaking countries—reopened its Main Building, closed since 2017, on April 6th with the completion of $20 million in infrastructural improvements.
The Spanish Renaissance-style Main Court, with its spectacular terracotta arcade, and the gallery dedicated to Joaquín Sorolla’s panoramic paintings cycle, Vision of Spain, originally installed in 1926, are disability accessible for the first time. The building has been refurbished with upgraded roofing, electrics, pipes, painting, lighting, and signage.
The New York Landmarks Conservancy is an AIA Continuing Education Provider and this lecture will be submitted for AIA credit approval.
Contact Matthew Marani at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-995-5260, with any questions.