Category Archives: Websites


The life, times, and vision
of Franklin D. Roosevelt

Four Freedoms Park Conservancy

The mission of the Four Freedoms Park Conservancy is to operate and maintain the Louis Kahn-designed Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park on the southern end of Roosevelt Island, New York, and to develop and present vibrant educational materials that celebrate the life and legacy of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. fdr4freedoms has been a multi-year project of the Four Freedoms Park Conservancy.

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In Pursuit of Freedom

Brooklyn Historical Society,
Weeksville Heritage Center and
Irondale Ensemble Project

In Pursuit of Freedom is a multifaceted public history initiative that explores the everyday heroes of Brooklyn’s anti-slavery movement.

This public history project is a partnership of Brooklyn Historical Society, Weeksville Heritage Center and Irondale Ensemble Project. The project includes exhibits, public programs, an extensive on-line curriculum, an original theater piece by Irondale Ensemble Project, a website (, walking tours and a memorial to Brooklyn Abolitionists that will be part of the new Willoughby Square Park when it opens in 2016.

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Ileen Sheppard Gallagher

ISG Productions

Projects range from new museums, corporate attractions, and citywide film/media celebrations to exhibitions, special events, the organization of archives, and beyond.

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Chris Lehrecke

Chris Lehrecke

Chris Lehrecke has been designing and building furniture since 1982. While his early pieces were influenced by a number of enduring design traditions–African, Asian, Shaker, and Scandinavian–they consistently maintained a modern sensibility. Lehrecke’s work is included in the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Museum, which also awarded him its distinguished Modernism/Young Designer Award in 1997.

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Suzanne Tick

Suzanne Tick Inc.

Suzanne Tick currently heads up Suzanne Tick Inc., specializing in material development for commercial and residential interiors, including textiles, hard surfacing, glass, carpet, woven metal screens, and lighting. Her clients include KnollTextiles, Tandus Flooring and Skyline Design. Suzanne has worked with KnollTextiles since 1995.

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Prospect New Orleans

U.S. Biennial

“Prospect New Orleans was conceived in the tradition of the great international exhibitions, such as the Venice Biennale and the Bienal de São Paulo, to showcase new artistic practices from around the world in settings that are both historic and culturally exceptional, and contribute to the cultural economy of New Orleans and the Louisiana Gulf region.”

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James Polshek

“Almost without exception, every design decision I have made, encouraged, or mediated in fifty years as an architect has been intended to reinforce a contribution to the common good. The sixteen projects of Build, Memory are committed to principles of community, history, and environment to embody that objective and to realize the obligations of the architect.”
James Stewart Polshek


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America’s Mayor:
John V. Lindsay and the
Reinvention of New York

Museum of the City of New York

Programming Somebox
Curators Steve Jaffe
& Sarah Henry

“America’s Mayor: John V. Lindsay and the Reinvention of New York was on view at the Museum of the City of New York from May 5, 2010 through October 3, 2010. This virtual version of the exhibition allows you to explore many of the objects and images that were on view at the Museum and to learn about the controversial tenure (1966–1973) and dramatic times of New York’s 103rd mayor.”

Hassan Idfath

Hassan Idfath

““If you were born in Agadir, Morocco, you would not want to live anywhere else.” So the saying goes in my hometown. This city, with a beautiful sandy beach and clear sunny days most of the year, shaped my career as a tour leader.”
Hassan Idfath


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Empire: Eva Rothschild

Public Art Fund

“In Empire, her first public art commission in the United States, Irish artist Eva Rothschild (b. Dublin, 1971) has created a monumental, multidirectional archway. Responding to the site, a point of transition between city and park, Rothschild has taken inspiration from the naturally arching canopy formed by Central Park’s mature trees. The linear structure takes root at ten points on the plaza, touching down lightly as its branching form rises above us.”