Tuesday, September 22, 2009

On October 3, Atlantic Yards will be part of the "Dreamland Pavilion" conference at Kingsborough CC

In an article headlined DREAMING OF BROOKLYN: DEVELOPMENT RECONSIDERED, City Limits looks at a conference October 3 at Kingsborough Community College titled "Dreamland Pavilion: Brooklyn and Development," which takes on a broad array of topics.

Here's (part of) one of 20 sessions:
Norman Oder, whose blog on the Atlantic Yards development has been a key resource for information and analysis of that real estate deal, will present his view of the PR war over the project.

Admission to the conference for non-participants is $25.

The AY session

From the program:

Atlantic Yards

“Who’s Planning Brooklyn? An Alternate Point of View”
Eve Baron, The Municipal Art Society of New York

“The Yards Development Workshop Unity Plan
Marshall Brown, Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture

“Atlantic Yards: Brooklyn’s Most Controversial Development Through the Lens of Public Relations and News Coverage”
Norman Oder, Independent Journalist

“Miss Brooklyn, Tough Kids, and Digital Project™, or, Atlantic Yards and the Cultural Logic of Monopoly Rent”
Stuart Schrader, CUNY Graduate Center

Moderator: Ted Hamm, Brooklyn Rail

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