The eighth annual MAS Summit for New York City returns on Monday, October 16, at The Morgan Library & Museum
Change has always been a defining feature of our city—but today it is felt with a heightened sense of alarm. With the overarching threat of climate change, and increasing strain on basic needs such as infrastructure and housing, communities are experiencing enormous pressure. As we push the limits of our physical and financial means, we must also push the limits of conventional thinking. This year's Summit will explore ambitious, creative ways to meet these great challenges from the ground up.
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About the MAS Summit for New York City
Now in its eighth year, this signature conference attracts a diverse audience of policy-makers, industry leaders, and engaged citizens from across the five boroughs. Through a series of panel discussions, keynote lectures, and presentations, the Summit connects participants in a day-long dialogue about the most important issues affecting New York and other global centers. Alongside the program, the event supports a number of networking opportunities, including breakfast, lunch, and a post-program reception.
Featured Speakers 2010-2016
The Morgan Library & Museum
255 Madison Avenue
New York, NY
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About The Municipal Art Society of New York
For nearly 125 years, The Municipal Art Society of New York has worked to educate and inspire New Yorkers to engage in the betterment of our city. As a non-profit advocacy organization, MAS mobilizes diverse allies to focus on issues that affect our city from sidewalk to skyline. Through three core campaign areas, MAS protects New York's legacy spaces, encourages thoughtful planning and urban design, and fosters complete neighborhoods across all five boroughs. Learn more →