Recent Updates: Summary of December Public Forum; New York Magazine Article; NYSCA Grant Opportunity

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Recent Updates: Summary of December Public Forum; New York Magazine Article; NYSCA Grant Opportunity

Summary of December Public Forum
Over 200 people attended FHL's 3rd High Line Community Input Session at the Chelsea Recreation Center on December 2, 2004. A summary of the session and the public dialogue it generated is available on our Web site. Download Input Session Summary.

New York Magazine Article
The High Line project is the focus of a wonderful article in New York Magazine's "It Happened This Year" issue. In it Kurt Anderson writes that this "quixotic, poetic, quasi-utopian, and altogether splendid project has gotten over the hump during 2004." Read New York Magazine article.

2004 Accomplishments and 2005 Goals
We've made many major advances in 2004, and we are working to make sure 2005 is a great one for the High Line. View 2004 accomplishments and 2005 goals.

NYSCA Grant Opportunity
The Architecture, Planning and Design Program of the New York State Council on the Arts (a supporter of Friends of the High Line) is offering project grants for professionals in the design and planning fields. Grants of up to $10,000 will be available for architects, landscape architects, planners, designers and scholars to realize specific projects that advance the field and contribute to the public's understanding of the designed environment. Deadline: March 1, 2005. For more information, see the Architecture, Planning and Design Program's guidelines for the Independent Projects Category on the Council on the Arts' Web site, www.nysca.org.