Thursday, April 25, 2013 5PM
ULURP may sound like a monster (and some people think it is), but it stands for Uniform Land Use Review Procedure and it’s the process by which major land use changes get reviewed and approved in New York City. It’s long, complicated, and involves lots of ... more
- Open Plans
148 Lafayette St, 12th floor
New York, NY
Thursday, April 11, 2013 2:30PM
CUP fans and friends joined us in Chicago for a workshop and panel discussion about affordable housing in Chicago. CUP partnered with Converge:Exchange, Chicago Community Loan Fund, and Archeworks to host “Community Tools for Affordable Housing” on Thursday, ... more
625 North Kingsbury Street
Chicago, IL 60654
Students from the Academy of Urban Planning present their project on Micro Untis. Their work was reviewed by three visiting critics Yeju Choi, a graphic designer; Travis Eby, an Architect and instructor at Parsons The New School for Design, and Ryan ... more
Students from a City Studies class at Academy of Urban Planning presented the Government in Plain Sight project to their peers. The booklet looks at government’s role in the neighborhood.
Friday, January 18, 2013 6PM
CUP is seeking a full-time Program Assistant to assist with our Youth Education programs. The Program Assistant will be working primarily on our City Studies programs, under the direction of the Program Director. The primary focus will be on the City Digits project. Through ... more
CUP is honored to be listed in the Public Interest Design 100 with so many other great people and organizations.
We’re honored to be a recipient of the 2012 Curry Stone Design Prize. The prize, which highlights social design pioneers, was awarded to CUP and four other groups at a ceremony held in November at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Monday, November 26, 2012 5PM
We’re seeking a teaching artist to design and implement a 15-session project for high school students at the Bushwick School for Social Justice.
Making Policy Public is hitting the subway! Our fracking project with Damascus Citizens for Sustainability and Papercut is coming to a platform near you!
Thanks to the generous support of Sappi Ideas That Matter, we’ve been able to bring the poster we’ve ... more
New York City has public high schools with every imaginable theme, a dizzying array of application requirements, and charter schools galore. Choosing from one of NYC’s over 400 public high schools can be a real task. How do you decide where you go to school? And ... more
“Know Your Lines,” our issue of Making Policy Public breaking down the political redistricting process was called out as a notable project in this year’s Core77 Design Awards. Two separate juries, one in the Visual Communication category and one in the ... more
CUP is pleased to launch Public Access Design – our new series of multimedia projects that use design to make complex urban issues accessible to the New Yorkers most affected by them.