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Public Housing Today: Forum

Wed, Nov 1, 2017    6pm
Living in America, installation view at Wallach Gallery
Sep 9 – Dec 17, 2017
Living in America
Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Gallery, Lenfest Center for the Arts

The current challenges facing New York City public housing are assessed from multiple perspectives.

Participants include:

Quardean Lewis-Allen, Founder and CEO, Made in Brownsville

Victor Bach, Senior Housing Policy Analyst, Community Service Society

Alicia Grullon, The People’s Cultural Plan

Jae Shin, Rose Architectural Fellow, NYCHA

This forum is hosted by the Wallach Art Gallery in conjunction with it’s current exhibition, Living in America: Frank Lloyd Wright, Harlem & Modern Housing on view until December 17, 2017. Columbia University’s premiere visual arts space, The Miriam & Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery presents exhibitions organized by graduate students and faculty in Art History & Archaeology and other Columbia scholars, focusing on the contemporary artists of our campus and communities, and offering new scholarship on the University’s special collections.