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Redesigning Essex Crossing; Williams & Tsien Lecture at Pratt

LOWER EAST SIDE—Registration is still open for "Re-designing Essex Crossing," an 8-session course at the Abrons Art Center that begins on February 3. Students in the course will critically examine the redevelopment of SPURA and also design alternate proposals for the site. The course is being taught by an architect in the employ of Annabelle Selldorf's firm—that's some credential. [CurbedWire inbox; official]

CLINTON HILL—The designers of the now lost American Folk Art Museum Tod Williams and Billie Tsien will be giving a lecture at Pratt Institute on February 19 about resiliency in architecture. The husband and wife duo will take questions from the audience, but everyone do the architecture community a solid and stay tight-lipped about the still fresh sad loss, okay? [CurbedWire inbox; official]