In-Person Walking Tour
Pre-registration is required. Please note this is an hour-long walking tour across the sidewalks and streets of NYC. If you would like to request accommodations, please reach out to us as soon as possible.
The neighborhood South of Union Square played a critical and outsized role in the development of 20th century American art. From the social realist Fourteenth Street School of the 1930s to the abstract expressionists of the New York School after World War II, the neighborhood produced and witnessed profound changes in the course of art history. This walking tour will showcase the homes, studios, and important institutions related to these movements.
Walk Location: Between 14th Street and 9th Street, bounded by 5th Ave to the west and 3rd Ave to the east.
Meeting Place: This will be shared via your registration email ahead of the event.
Anna Marcum (She/Her) is VP’s Director of Research and Preservation. She is an architectural historian and preservationist based in Brooklyn who has worked on historic preservation projects in cities across the country, from Boston to New Orleans, Los Angeles to the Texas Gulf Coast. She came to Village Preservation from the Center for Architecture on LaGuardia Place, where she expanded the organization’s institutional giving program and played an integral role in the creation and implementation of the Center for Architecture Lab, a multi-month, multi-disciplinary residency program for new voices in architecture and design. Anna holds a Master of Preservation Studies from the Tulane University School of Architecture in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she was the recipient of the inaugural Ann and Frank Masson Graduate Research Fellowship, and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Barnard College of Columbia University.
- Friday, May 6, 2022
- 6:00 pm