Unforgotten Films: Inside the Washington Square Arch

Join us as we screen the latest installment in the Unforgotten film series. This time filmmaker Aaron Asis tackles one of New York’s iconic landmarks – the Washington Square Arch

  • See inside the iconic Washington Square Arch 
  • Watch the episode live with the filmmaker, Aaron Asis
  • Join a discussion with Asis and Untapped New York Founder Michelle Young about the film and the arch
  • Learn how the Arch was commandeered by early 20th Century artists to declare Greenwich Village as its own republic

About the event:

Join us as we screen the latest installment in the Unforgotten film series. This time filmmaker Aaron Asis tackles one of New York’s Iconic landmarks. The Washington Square Arch was built in 1892 to commemorate the centennial of George Washington’s inauguration in the heart of Greenwich Village. The arch was designed by architect Stanford White as a permanent monument in Washington Square Park the Arch is a majestic marble structure, and stands as one of the city’s most iconic civic landmarks. This episode also features Untapped New York’s founder Michelle Young.

Unforgotten Films was created by New York based artist Aaron Asis in collaboration with Green Ghost Studios and with media support from Untapped New York, funding support from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs / Brooklyn Arts Council, and founding support from Likeminds  to explore a series of inaccessible landscapes throughout New York City.  

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