Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation
The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, as lead agency, conducted the City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR) public scoping meeting for the Gilder Center project at the Museum on April 6, 2016. The focus of this meeting was on the scope of the analysis to be included in the Gilder Center environmental impact statement (EIS). Find the CEQR documents on the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation website.
Above: A slideshow of conceptual design renderings.
The Gilder Center will expand access to a broader range of the Museum’s resources for students, teachers, and families, offering new learning opportunities and inviting all visitors to share in the excitement of discovery. Click here for answers to frequently asked questions.
Studio Gang Architects, led by Jeanne Gang, will design the Gilder Center. Ralph Appelbaum of Ralph Appelbaum Associates, who designed exhibits for the Museum's Rose Center for Earth and Space, Hall of Biodiversity, and Fossil Halls, will design the exhibition experiences.
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The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, as lead agency, will conduct the City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR) for the Gilder Center. Find the CEQR documents and learn about opportunities for public comment.
The Museum’s growing portfolio of educational programs includes partnerships with schools, teacher professional development programs, and out-of-school programs that offer opportunities to engage with authentic tools of science.
The Museum is the professional home of approximately 200 scientists, and its world-class collections of 33 million specimens and artifacts form an irreplaceable record of life on Earth.
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