I know that this project was publicized a few months ago. But I just came across this video documenting the work that was done at the Dutch Reformed Church over the Summer. I thought I’d share. Enjoy.
Brought to you by the Columbia urban design studio students, Re-juvenation is a site-specific art exhibition and art intervention staged within the city of Newburgh, NY. Conceived as an invitation for artists to use the city’s urban fabric as a medium, Re-juvenation examines the adaptive reuse of architectural space and community-driven initiatives for neighborhood revitalization. […]
Newburgh’s First-Ever Urban Farming Fair Coming April 30! Urban Farmer Karen Washington Keynoter at Armory Kick-off 4/29 Newburgh Urban Farming Fair, a two-day celebration of fresh, local food, will be held in the City of Newburgh April 29-30, 2016. The outdoor Fair on Sat. April 30 will celebrate urban farming with local exhibitors, crafts and […]
The community is invited to help plan the remediated Superfund site on the waterfront this Saturday, April 23rd at 10am-5pm.
The City of Newburgh, NY was announced as a winner of TD Green Streets, a grant program from TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank, and the Arbor Day Foundation supporting innovation in urban forestry. The $20,000.00 grant will fund projects throughout the City of Newburgh, including tree plantings along Liberty Street in Washington Heights, a new watering vehicle, and […]
Photo by Matthew Colon, Director of the Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands. “Calvert Vaux, a 19th century architect and protégé of Andrew Jackson Downing, once described Montgomery as “a straight road parallel with the river, at a considerable elevation, commanding beautiful views of West Point, the Highlands and the Hudson.”” Add your […]