Who: Moderator: Julie V. Iovine, Executive Editor, The Architect’s Newspaper
• Katie Weeks, Eco-Structure
• Linda Barr, Real Estate Weekly
• Stacy Rauen, Hospitality Design
• Diana Moser, Multi-Housing News
Where: Center for Architecture
536 LaGuardia Place
New York, NY 10012
When: Thursday, September 6, 6 pm – 8 pm
Cost: $10 for member and students, $20 for non-members; or purchase a ticket for the 4-part series at $25 for members and students, $50 for non-members
What: The third of a four-part series, the panel will focus on trade media outlets and explore their evolving role in our industry. Traditionally, publication in a trade magazine was an effective way to reach peers and demonstrate credibility to clients. Are trade publications becoming hybrids of journalism and networking sites, two-way streets where users are more engaged with editors?
The discussion is co-sponsored by the AIANY Marketing and PR Committee, the AIANY Oculus Committee, and The Architect’s Newspaper.
ARCHITECTURE & THE MEDIA SERIES:
This four-part series will explore today’s media landscape, with panels featuring leading architectural and real estate writers, critics, and editors. The panels will address 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 radically changing the landscape of publishing.
About AIA NY
Founded in 1857, the AIA New York Chapter is the oldest and largest chapter of the AIA and includes over 4,400 architects, professionals, students, and public members with a common interest in architecture and design. The AIA NY Marketing and Public Relations Committee promotes discussion on marketing issues and challenges for architectural firms. The Oculus Committee provides support for Oculus, a quarterly publication for AIA NY that explores architectural issues and practices in the New York region.