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Samm Henshaw is the Root and the Tree

How many names can cross your mind and heart when you listen to Samm Henshaw? Otis Redding, Amy Winehouse, Sam Cooke, James Brown, Bill Withers, The Rolling Stones, Irma Thomas, Dr. Dre, Bob Marley, Etta James…to name just a few… So many times people say things like “everything has already been invented and there’s nothing… Read More

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Color: The Idle Designs Interview

We are honored to have sat down to chat for a while with one of the masters in color on historic architecture and restoration! We know how subtle this process is by the Williamsburgh Savings Bank restoration process. So enjoy the words and inspiration by Stephen DeLacey Idle. Idle Designs. My name is Stephen DeLacey… Read More

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Street Fight Summit 2018

What to Expect Since 2011, marketing executives have been coming to Street Fight Summit conferences to learn about the latest products and ideas driving the local marketing tech industry. Our stages have featured Google, Facebook, Yelp, YP, Airbnb, Twitter, and Instagram. We’ve hosted the evolution of local from a digital also-ran to digital dominance. Innovators… Read More

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CARTO Locations 2018 at Weylin

CARTO Locations is the world’s biggest Location Intelligence Summit. Hundreds of leaders, innovators, practitioners, and thought leaders from the global geospatial community will come together to discuss how location data is disrupting business, governments, and society. Don’t miss a unique opportunity to put your organization at the forefront of the Location Intelligence space, building your brand… Read More

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Film Making: The View South Interview

The View South shot the great Weylin videos featuring on our home page and social media. It was great to work with them and the results went beyond the expected, so here they are: Manuela Iglesias and Richard Szkiler. We had the chance to sit down for a few minutes and talk to Richard about… Read More

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Weylin welcomes the Fluidity Summit 2018

Let’s Reimagine the future of finance at the Fluidity Summit! Join visionaries from finance and technology for a spirited, multi-perspective conversation about opportunities, possibilities, and responsibilities in the future of finance. We will reveal more speakers over the coming days and weeks. The summit will take place in the Weylin, the former Williamsburg Savings Bank. This… Read More

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A Conversation with John Burgee

If you are a professional, a student, or simply love architecture, you cannot miss this film! The New York Premiere of A Conversation with John Burgee. Film Screening and Discussion with Robert A.M. Stern and Paul Goldberger, Moderated by Duncan Stroik. Wednesday, June 13, 2018 6:30 PM Reception, 7:00 PM Screening, 8:15 PM Discussion Location: The General Society… Read More

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Elements of Classicism: Unpacking the Composite Order

The purpose of this course about the elements of classicism is to provide an in-depth study of the composition of this underutilized order, its history, and its proportioning. A brief overview of the Classical Orders will introduce the development of the Composite as it emerged in Ancient Rome. The study of its proportioning will involve… Read More

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TV Shows: Welcome Input 2018!

Weylin is proud to host opening of the conference that has travelled the world since 1978. INPUT, a non-profit organisation of public television programme makers and broadcasters, organises an annual conference to discuss and challenge the boundaries of public TV. Each year a public TV organisation hosts the conference, providing the conference location, technical facilities… Read More

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Community: Fluvial Trains and Other Ways to Relate

A relationship  that has not changed in society is human activity in housing, commerce and general development within the natural environment. These activities occurred along riversides throughout  history every where in the world from Mesopotamia to Greece and all over Europe. Of course New York itself followed the same course of development on the Hudson and East River… Read More

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