Via the EVG inbox…
Nonstop Cooper is a community residency at 31 Third Avenue. It will serve as a workspace for community engagement and a platform for public outreach.
Opening on September 7th, Nonstop will feature a wide variety of programming, and drop-in hours from noon to midnight. Community members are welcome to host and attend happenings.
Find more details about this residency at Facebook … and the Nonstop Cooper Tumblr.
The space, 31 Third Ave. at Stuyvestant Street, previously housed St. Mark's Bookshop before a rent increase saw the the owners relocate to East Third Street.
The storefront has been empty now for more than a year.
[Photo by Jeremiah Moss]
Updated 8 a.m.
In other Cooper Union news ... from the Associated Press via ABC News:
New York's attorney general has reached an agreement that would end a suit against Cooper Union and create an independent monitor into the financial management of the engineering and architecture school.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is expected to announce the agreement Wednesday.
He says he hopes it could eventually lead to the school restoring its tradition of free tuition.