Rosamond Fletcher | June 21, 2016
The Design Trust for Public Space, in partnership with New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), will award four fellowships in community organizing, landscape architecture, active design, and lighting design for Opening the Edge: Reimagining Green Space at Wald Houses.
Opening the Edge will create a prototype design for a lively public space at the edge of Wald Houses in the Lower East Side. The design will offer an engaging place for residents and foster connections with the broader community.
Sam Holleran | June 10, 2016
Ozgur Gungor | June 1, 2016
Ozgur Gungor | May 25, 2016
Rosamond Fletcher | May 24, 2016
The Design Trust for Public Space, in partnership with Staten Island Arts will award four fellowships in participatory art, urban design, policy and graphic design for Future Culture: Connecting Staten Island’s Waterfront.
Future Culture will experiment with ways for local artists and community members, area developers, and city agencies to engage in planning Staten Island’s North Shore waterfront together, resulting in a cultural plan and public art pilots. This project has the participation and support of NYC Economic Development Corporation and area developers including BFC Partners, Ironstate, New York Wheel, and Triangle Equities.
Ozgur Gungor | May 18, 2016
Susan Chin | April 5, 2016
Susan Chin | March 21, 2016
Susan Chin | March 16, 2016
We announce the creation of the Equitable Public Space Fellowship Program to support the next generation of urban designers, architects, landscape architects, and planners in contributing to complex public space challenges in our global city. As the inaugural Fellow, the Public Space Fellow at the Design Trust will join our team for an intensive one-year fellowship to begin in June 2016, and end in July 2017.
Ozgur Gungor | March 9, 2016
Susan Chin | March 2, 2016
Ozgur Gungor | February 17, 2016
Martha Snow | February 9, 2016
Rosamond Fletcher | January 12, 2016
We are now accepting submissions for the Future Culture Photo Urbanism Fellowship, in partnership with Staten Island Arts and the Alice Austen House, to focus on the cultural community of Staten Island’s North Shore in a time of transformation.
Susan Chin | January 11, 2016
Ozgur Gungor | November 17, 2015
Ozgur Gungor | November 4, 2015
Sheryll Durrant | October 27, 2015
Joseph Huennekens | October 20, 2015
Joseph Huennekens | October 16, 2015