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Meet the Curators: Donald Albrecht

at Museum of the City of New York - Public - East Harlem

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Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 25
Teacher: Donald Albrecht

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Meet the Curators: Donald Albrecht, Curator of Architecture and Design

As part of the new “Meet the Curators” tour series, join Donald Albrecht, Curator of Architecture and Design, as he guides you through the exhibition Cycling in the City: A 200-Year History. Park your bike outside and come inside to explore the complex, creative, and often contentious relationship between New York and the bicycle. Ask questions, give feedback, and learn something new with your fellow New Yorkers (or New Yorkers at heart.) A truly behind-the-scenes experience.

This is the fourth event in our new tour series “Meet the Curators,” which allows participants to delve deep into our exhibitions with those who knows them best. Additional tours in this series are listed here.

Space is limited to 25 participants and advance registration is suggested. Minimum enrollment must be reached two days in advance or the event may be canceled by email notification and fully refunded. All sales are final and exchanges within the series are subject to availability.

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The Public Programs Department at the Museum of the City of New York has a strict no refunds policy.

For curator-led group tours:

· Space is limited to 25 participants and advance registration is required
· Enrollment will close on Tuesday, October 1st at noon
· Check in with Visitors Services upon entering the museum to receive a designated tour sticker
· Meet the curator in the rotunda on the first floor under the Starlight chandelier
· Minimum enrollment must be reached or the event may be canceled by email notification on October 1st and fully refunded
· All sales are final

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The Museum of the City of New York was founded in 1923 by Henry Collins Brown, a Scottish-born writer with a vision for a populist approach to the city. The Museum was originally housed in Gracie Mansion, the future residence of the Mayor of New York. Hardinge Scholle succeeded Henry Brown in 1926 and...

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