San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
In celebration of Sacred Sites Month (May 2015), The New York Landmarks Conservancy invites you to a panel discussion hosted by EverGreene Architectural Arts
PLANNING, PAYING, PROCEEDING: THE 3 P’s of RESTORING, RENEWING, AND RENOVATING YOUR WORSHIP SPACE
Please join us for this presentation of what you need to know if you are considering a renovation, restoration, or renewal of your worship space. Our panel of experts will walk you through the steps -- from master planning & fund raising to design, decoration & construction -- so that your vision can become a reality.
Architect / Tom Fenniman, AIA, Thomas A. Fenniman, Architect
Capital Campaign Consultant / Tom Kissane, Principal & Managing Director, CCS
Liturgical Arts Specialist / Emily Sottile, Director of the Sacred Spaces Studio, EverGreene
Moderator / Ann-Isabel Friedman, Director, Sacred Sites Program, New York Landmarks Conservancy
The program is free, but space is limited and registration is required. The program has been fully subscribed in past years
When & Where
The New York Landmarks Conservancy
At the front lines of advocacy, the rooftops of sacred spaces, and the stoops of brownstones, the Conservancy works in many directions on behalf of New York’s architectural heritage. The Conservancy’s programs demonstrate that hands-on help for building owners is the key to successful preservation. By providing technical advice, ﬁnancial aid, and education, the Conservancy contributes to economic revitalization of the City’s neighborhoods and aesthetic rehabilitation of its much-loved older buildings.
The Conservancy is nationally and internationally recognized as a vocal and forward-thinking leader in the preservation movement. Its work ensures that the landmarks of New York—homes and schools, businesses and cultural institutions, theaters and houses of worship—will serve its citizens for generations to come.