EAST HARLEM/GREENWICH VILLAGEThe Museum of the City of New York is continuing its "Innovators" series, pegged to go along with its exhibit, Palaces for the People, about the Guastavino family's ubiquitous tile work, found in hundreds of sites in New York City and beyond.
The next talk, about the uses of tile today and featuring Daniel Libeskind, is July 7 at the Center for Architecture. The next one, slated for July 16 at the museum, is about the engineering and design of tall buildings, featuring Rafael Vinoly and others. The museum also just picked up a $1 million grant to expand. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]