As of last month, Metro Sports Physical Therapy has been providing services onsite at Waterside in the space immediately north of the Lewis Davis Pavilion.
We spoke with Sejal Vyas, PT, director of this newest facility and a founding partner of Metro Sports. Sejal brings over 23 years of orthopedic and sports medicine experience to the community.
Continue reading “Interview with Sejal Vyas, Director of Waterside’s New Physical Therapy Facility!”
Do you know Waterside’s history?
Continue reading “Shortest History Lesson Ever!”
If you’d like to volunteer with goats, Solar One has a plan for you!
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Learn about the Poster House, a new museum in the heart of Manhattan, dedicated to the history of the poster. It showcases design and advertising posters.
On Monday, March 9th at 6:30pm, Melissa Walker, the Collection Manager, comes to the Lewis Davis Pavilion (25 Waterside Plaza) to introduce you to this exciting museum.
Home to a collection of over 1,000 posters, Poster House features the works of Milton Glaser, the mastermind of I <3 NY, and Shepard Fairey, who created the Obama “Hope” poster. Located on W 23rd Street, the museum conducted extensive renovation on a 100 year-old building.
Melissa Walker brings extensive experience working in vintage posters and printmaking. Currently, she is digitizing the museum’s collection so that it will be accessible for research. Melissa has a master’s degree in studio art and previously ran her own contemporary art gallery.
Register on Eventbrite.