Architecture & the Media #2: Design Reportage
Architecture & the Media is a four-part series co-produced by the AIANY’s Oculus Committee and the Marketing & PR Committee with The Architect’s Newspaper. The series will explore today’s media landscape, with panels featuring leading architecture and real estate writers, critics, and editors. We will discuss the differences between design criticism and reportage, how architecture is portrayed to the public, and how architects present themselves. The panels will consider how the digital revolution is still radically changing the landscape of publishing. This is the second program in the series.
Design Reportage: The Business Press and General Interest Media
Architecture and the Media #2
The panel will focus on media channels outside the design and building industry. Issues to be addressed include:
• What drives the decisions to present architecture stories or programs?
• How do non-specialist reporters portray architecture and architects?
• How do non-specialist reporters explain architecture concepts, processes, and key milestones as a project unfolds from concept to reality?
• Can these media specialists help to demystify architects and architecture for the general public?
Julie Iovine, Executive Editor, The Architect’s Newspaper
Matt Chaban, The New York Observer
Steve Cuozzo, New York Post
Rob Lippincott, Senior Vice President, Education, PBS
Robin Pogrebin, The New York Times
$10 for members and students, $20 for non-members;
or purchase a ticket for the 4-part series at $25 for members and students; $50 for non-member
Organized by the Center for Architecture and the AIANY Oculus Committee and Marketing & PR Committee; co-organized by The Architect’s Newspaper.
Thursday, May 3, 2012
The Center For Architecture
536 LaGuardia Place
New York, NY
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