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A 4-week professional development series presented by Staten Island Arts with a focus on where art meets community and business. This series is presented in partnership with SI MakerSpace and Live With Design.
On Human Rights Day we celebrate the growing movement for health care as a public good and human right. We invite you to join us and Laura Flanders for a dialogue about innovative campaigns to go beyond Obamacare, pioneered in Vermont, Maryland, Maine and Pennsylvania. We will honor one of the movement's most inspiring human rights leaders, the late Peg Franzen, former president of the Vermont Workers Center. The Reception begins at 7pm - wine, tapas and Ben & Jerry's ice cream will be served.
DECEMBER 11. SITE VISIT/FIELD TRIP TO A (GREEN) PASSIVE HOUSE CONSTRUCTION SITE. NY City Architect Chris Benedict, R.A., will walk us through the construction site of the Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizen Council’s 100% affordable housing development will explain Passive House construction standards and the principles of super insulation, tight building and apartment construction, reducing thermal bridging, and heat recapture/exchange. Passive House construction may be accomplished at the same costs as general construction methods and save from 70% to 90% of standard energy usage. We will also get a chance to understand up-close all the building systems, proper installation, maintenance & repair, including the Passive House (Green) aspects of the building envelope, mechanical, electrical, heating and heat recapture & redistribution, cooling and plumbing systems, orientation, etc. Please note new class time and location. This class will meet promptly at 10:45am at the site: 803 Knickerbocker Avenue, Brooklyn. REGISTER FOR DETAILS: http://www.nycharities.org/eve nts/EventLevels.aspx? ETID=6563. COST: Single sessions (admits 1): $30.
The Maysles Documentary Center in association with Zero Point Zero Production and The New York Society for Ethical Culture is proud to present a conversation about film and food with Anthony Bourdain and Albert Maysles, featuring special guest Marcus Samuelsson. We will feature clips from legendary documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles' genre defining work in film, and Emmy award winning chef, author and travel journalist Anthony Bourdain's Part's Unknown television series. Join us as the two speak about the art of auteur filmmaking, serendipitous dining, and how cameras connect diverse peoples around the globe. All proceeds to benefit the Maysles Documentary Center.
Categories: Community, Programs
As the man who directs the entirety of the Second Avenue Subway construction project, Program Executive Bill Goodrich will present an overview of subway construction progress in 2013. The presentation will highlight construction milestones achieved in 2013 and anticipate milestones that MTA Capital Construction expects to achieve in the coming year. This event is part of the CIC’s evening public programming series.
This one day joint training with Enterprise and NeighborWorks will cover: • What, Why and How of Business Continuity Plans. • Participants will identify the topics to be included in their organization’s Business Continuity Plan including staffing, communications, insurance, and record storage • Participants will be able to explain how to use the manual provided at the training to develop a Business Continuity Plan for their organization • Participants will be able to identify and list the roles of local, state and federal government in preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation and describe the process required to bring federal assistance following a disaster. • Participants will summarize how to successfully coordinate supplemental recovery funding with FEMA/SBA/CCBG funds.
Musical event students and graduates of Juilliard, Manhattan School of Music, Mannes and Queens College, as well as young New York cantors performing long-forgotten Yiddish theatre music.