cuaa-fd-banner Sunday April 26Founder’s Day 2015, Save the Date! Calling all Volunteers! We need help designing the block party theme and layout, scheduling food trucks, organizing attendee tents and activities, and more. First planning meeting is on Thursday January 22 @ 7pm. Please volunteer and RSVP at
ungrholleman Friday January 9 @ Tonight 7-9pmExhibition Opening
Kim Holleman A’95‘s opening of Consumed:
The Front Room 147 / Roebling Street / Williamsburg, Brooklyn
 cooper-hewitt Wednesday January 21 @ Time TBD – CUAA @ Cooper-Hewitt
The Cooper-Hewitt Museum is once again open, after a long renovation, come for a tour together. To RSVP, please email Margaret Matz AR’83 at
 cuaa Thursday February 5 @ 630-830pm Alumni Council
The February meeting will be the first of the year. We will announce the election ballot, share additional details about Founder’s Day, discuss ongoing matters with the school and the CUAA, and more.
 unnamed Thursday February 12 @ 6-9pm – CUAA @ McSorley’s
Come Celebrate Peter Cooper’s Birthday at McSorley’s together.
 Event_Nick Fasciano Studio Sunday March 29 – CUAA @ Gastrotypographicalassemblage
Come see Lou Dorfsman A’39‘s incredible installation, lovingly restored by Nick Fasciano A’60, at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY. Save the Date!


Publicity Requests

If you would like to publicize one of your own events, openings, or lectures, or notify us of the event of another alum, please let us know by filling out this form:


Popup Ideas

Do you have an idea for a pop-up, in the NYC metro area or around the country? Contact the Events Committee at and we will help. This is a great way for alumni to informally meet and mingle. All it takes is a facilitator and an excuse!


This is the last week for nominations to the Council. Please volunteer, or send nominations of others, to We are looking for a few good women and men for Council, and as VP Alumni Activities, VP Faculty-Student Liaison, Secretary-Treasurer, Alumni Trustee, and Alumni President!