Architecture for Humanity New York is collaborating with Lomography Gallery Store to find our next Pop-up Art Installation location.
After the success of the Coleman Oval Skatepark art installation project in 2012 we are launching the search for our next location for an art installation. This can be any location in NYC (i.e. building, lot, etc.)
The Architecture for Humanity New York events team is in need of some new members.
Working alongside the Director of Events, Paola Pietrantoni, the events team members may have some of the following responsibilities:
Monitoring RSVPs and ticket sales.
Receiving payment for tickets at events. Sign-in of guests.
Soliciting for donations of space and refreshments from local businesses.
Meet with the events project team to organize monthly events or meetings.
Day of event Setup/Cleanup.
Architecture for Humanity New York is looking for members who are interested in resiliency building and/or advocacy in getting Disaster Recovery training on March 16th and March 17 at Pratt Institute in Manhattan. The workshop will be lead by Eric Cesal, Architecture for Humanity’s Director of the Disaster Reconstruction and Resiliency Studio visiting from San Francisco.
To be eligible you must be available both March 16th and 17th and have a previous volunteer experience with the New York Chapter of Architecture for Humanity.
Architecture for Humanity New York is lead by a board of eight strategic directors who serve staggered two-year terms. We are seeking applicants to fill the vacancy of the Director of Membership. This position is open to everyone, but note that directors are volunteer and unpaid. Directors should expect to commit a minimum of five hours per week to the organization for the duration of their term beginning March/April 2013 through 2014.
Architecture for Humanity New York is lead by a board of eight strategic directors who serve staggered two-year terms. We are seeking applicants to fill the vacancy of the Director of Events. This position is open to everyone, but note that directors are volunteer and unpaid. Directors should expect to commit a minimum of five hours per week to the organization for the duration of their term beginning March 2013.
Director of Events
Architecture for Humanity New York’s Hurricane Sandy recovery team is going to be assessing schools in the five boroughs for damage this week and next. These assessments will be taking place during typical office hours on December 14th, 19th, and 20th. You must be available for the entire day. You must also be able to attending a training meeting Tuesday, December 11th from 2:30 to 3:30 PM.
Architecture for Humanity New York’s Hurricane Sandy recovery team will be having a second training session this Wednesday, November 28th from 7PM-8PM at the Center For Architecture (536 Laguardia Place).
There is a need for 4 volunteers each day to help the Disaster Housing Recovery Group at the Office of Emergency Management (165 Cadman Plaza East, Brooklyn, New York). The task for now will be keeping records for meetings and helping with other critical administration to keep the team running smoothly. They will need 4 people for as many hours as possible over the next week. Volunteers should be sure to bring ID and a laptop/power cord. If you are available please contact Emily Sprague at email@example.com for more information.
We have been asked to share this message on behalf of the Architecture for Humanity Disaster Team based out of San Francisco:
Architecture for Humanity thoughts are with our East Coast chapter members and their loved ones. We hope for their safety as the recovery process begins. We continue to monitor the post-disaster conditions and ask you check our website or twitter (@AFHDisasterTeam) for the latest information and our official response.
Upon request by the New York City Office of Emergency Management, Architecture for Humanity would like to share the following message: