New York Public Library at 42nd Street, Bryant Park. Image via Wikimedia Commons
As a team of urban explorers and photographers, we’re dedicated to unearthing New York City’s various secrets. To that end, Untapped Cities’ founders, Michelle Young and Augustin Pasquet, have spent a year gathering 125 mysterious and legendary locations in Brooklyn for their newest book, Secret Brooklyn: An Unusual Guide. Join them on Wednesday, December 20 for a conversation at the New York Public Library as they delve into the borough’s hidden treasures, and talk about the power of urban discover.
The event held at the New York Public Library, presents itself as the perfect location to discuss Brooklyn’s secrets and urban exploration. A historic building that has been around for over 100 years, it not only holds information about the city’s history and secrets, but has been a part of the city’s developing history, built on the remnants of the old Croton Reservoir. Join us that this storied location that gathers all the world’s secrets and insights for a chance to learn not only more about Brooklyn’s secrets, but what it means to uncover and report New York City at Untapped Cities.
- General admission: Free, but preregistration is recommended
Time: 6:30 pm
Location: Room 78 at the Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd Street, 476 Fifth Avenue (42nd Street Entrance) New York, NY, 10018
At 6:30pm, Michelle Young and Augustin Pasquet will begin their discussion on Secret Brooklyn: An Unusual Guide, their website, and the power of urban discovery, followed by a Q & A. Books will be available for purchase and can be signed by the authors.