Infrastructure: An Architecture Labor Party

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Infrastructure: An Architecture Labor Party

Saturday, March 3, 2018
8:00 PM – 1:00 AM

Prime Produce
424 W 54th Street
New York City

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The dance party and art, experience, and skillshare auction will kick off a series of events planned for 2018 themed on Infrastructure and Architecture, and seeks to bring together a broad, diverse community of supporters. 

This is an awesome opportunity to meet and engage in real life with the diverse membership body of The Architecture Lobby’s New York City Chapter, which includes architectural students; young, mid-career, and senior professionals; firm owners; design journalists; and academics. We are a community of architectural workers who are full of ideas for the future of the profession and are proactive in working to create change.  As a national organization of dues-paying members, The Architecture Lobby advocates for the value of architecture in the general public and for architectural work within the discipline.

Come immerse yourself in discussions about Infrastructure, our organizing plans for the year, and why you should become a member!

The auction will raise money for our organization’s annual activities, establish a stronger presence in the NYC architecture community, increase our membership, and demonstrate our ongoing response to the prominent place of infrastructure in society today.

Help us grow our funds, organization, reach, and impact!

Ticket price: Pay your age + Years of experience in the field of architecture.
Buy your tickets today!

All funding and donations will support The Architecture Initiative, Inc., a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization dedicated to supporting the educational activities of The Architecture Lobby.


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