The American Institute of Architects New York Chapter and the Center for Architecture have announced new and expanded programs for the ninth annual edition of Archtober, the official New York City Architecture and Design Month. The festival, now in its ninth year, brings together more than 80 partners throughout the city’s five boroughs to celebrate the importance of design and the built environment. The ninth-annual Archtober, a month-long celebration of architecture and design, is set to take place October 1-31, 2019. This year, Archtober is announcing two new partnerships. The festival will be joined by NYC’s three public library systems—Brooklyn Public Library, New York Public Library, and Queens Public Library—to highlight their work as active community centers and reach even broader audiences across the five boroughs. Also new this year are the festival’s Weekend Getaway partners, which offer audiences opportunities to explore architecture beyond NYC. This year’s partners include the Glass House, Grace Farms, and Art Omi.
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