Kent L. Barwick

Former President at Municipal Art Society of New York

Kent L. Barwick

Kent L. Barwick

Former President at Municipal Art Society of New York

Overview
Career Highlights

Municipal Art Society of New York
Fenimore Art Museum

RelSci Relationships

867

Number of Boards

14

Number of Awards

1

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Former Partner & Of Counsel at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

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Executive Director, David Geffen Hall Campaign at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

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Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Arthur Ross Foundation, Inc.

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Member, Board of Directors at The Clark Foundation

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Member, Advisory Council at The New York Landmarks Conservancy

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President at The Scriven Foundation

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Partner at Dentons

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Former Senior Advisor at Credit Suisse Group AG

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Treasurer at The Scriven Foundation

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Chair Emeritus at Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy, Inc.

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Newsday (New York)
September 24, 2018
Exhibit marks 40 years of preserving Grand Central
Politico
June 29, 2018
The Lost City of Trump
The New York Times
June 27, 2016
R. Michael Brown, 78,
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Kent L. Barwick
Former President at Municipal Art Society of New York
Education
Attendee

The Harvard Graduate School of Design (also known as The GSD) is a professional graduate school at Harvard University, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. The GSD offers masters and doctoral programs in architecture, urban planning, landscape architecture, and design studies.

Graduate

Syracuse University, commonly referred to as Syracuse, 'Cuse, or SU, is a private research university located in Syracuse, New York. The institution's roots can be traced to the Genesee Wesleyan Seminary (later becoming Genesee College), founded by the Methodist Episcopal Church in Lima, New York, in 1831. Following several years of debate over relocating the college to Syracuse, the university was established in 1870, independent of the college. Since 1920, the university has identified itself as nonsectarian, although it maintains a relationship with The United Methodist Church. The campus is located in the University Hill neighborhood of Syracuse, east and southeast of downtown, on one of the larger hills. Its large campus features an eclectic mix of buildings, ranging from nineteenth-century Romanesque Revival structures to contemporary buildings. SU is organized into 13 schools and colleges, with nationally recognized programs in information studies and library science, architecture, communications, business administration, sport management, public administration, engineering and the College of Arts and Sciences. Syracuse University athletic teams, known as the Orange, participate in 20 intercollegiate sports. SU is a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference for all NCAA Division I athletics, except for women's ice hockey, and the rowing team. SU is also a member of the Eastern College Athletic Conference.

Career History
President
Tenure Unconfirmed

TO MAKE NEW YORK CITY MORE LIVABLE THROUGH EDUCATION, DIALOGUE AND ADVOCACY FOR INTELLIGENT URBAN PLANNING, DESIGN AND PRESERVATION.

Chairman, North-East Region
1981 - 1990

The National Trust For Historic Preservation provides leadership, education, advocacy and resources to save America's historic places. The firm helps revitalize neighborhoods, communities, and spark economic development and promote environmental sustainability. The company was founded in 1949 and is headquartered in Washington, DC.

Director
1975 - 1976

The New York State Council on the Arts is dedicated to preserving and expanding the rich and diverse cultural resources that are and will become the heritage of New York's citizens. The Council believes in supporting the following. Artistic excellence and the creative freedom of artists without censure, and The rights of all New Yorkers to access and experience the power of the arts and culture, and the vital contribution the arts make to the quality of life in New York communities. NYSCA strives to achieve its mission through its core grant-making activity and by convening field leaders, providing information and advisory support, and working with partners on special initiatives to achieve mutual goals. Further, NYSCA's vision for cultural development in the state is reflected in the following goals. Sustaining a vital ecosystem of individual artists and cultural organizations that supports the creation, presentation, critical review, and distribution of the arts and culture Celebrating our rich range of artistic and cultural resources inclusive of diverse cultures and aesthetics Encouraging artistic and discipline field advancement Broadening public access, appreciation, participation, and education in the arts and culture throughout the state Providing recognition and professional advancement for artists and arts administrators.

Boards & Committees
Board Member
Current
Member, Board of Directors
Prior

The Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy has worked for over 30 years to bring Brooklyn Bridge Park to life. They started out as grassroots advocates, bringing together residents, government, and local supporters to transform an abandoned waterfront into the park you see today. Now an essential supporter, they work in in partnership with Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation to ensure that the park reaches its full potential as a dynamic and vibrant public space for Brooklyn, New York City, and beyond. The Conservancy produces diverse and innovative programming for park visitors and cultivates volunteer and philanthropic support of this special place on the Brooklyn waterfront.

Member, Board of Directors
Tenure Unconfirmed
Ex Officio Member, Arts, Education & Tourism Advisory Council
Current

Lower Manhattan Development Corporation was formed in November, 2001,[1] after the September 11 attacks, to plan the reconstruction of Lower Manhattan and distribute nearly $10 billion in federal funds aimed at rebuilding downtown Manhattan. It was founded by then-Governor George Pataki and then-Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. The LMDC is a joint State-City corporation governed by a 16-member Board of Directors, half appointed by the Governor of New York and half by the Mayor of New York. As a result, Pataki and Giuliani appointees dominate the LMDC. Its original chairman was John C. Whitehead, a former Deputy Secretary of State and head of Goldman Sachs.

Member, Mayor's Advisory Committee on Governors Island
2001
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2013

Parks & Trails New York, Inc. is a statewide corporation whose mission is to expand, protect, and promote a network of parks, trails, and open spaces throughout the state for use and enjoyment by all.

$250 - $499
2011

Parks & Trails New York, Inc. is a statewide corporation whose mission is to expand, protect, and promote a network of parks, trails, and open spaces throughout the state for use and enjoyment by all.

$250 - $499
2010

Parks & Trails New York, Inc. is a statewide corporation whose mission is to expand, protect, and promote a network of parks, trails, and open spaces throughout the state for use and enjoyment by all.

Awards & Honors
Harvard University Graduate School of Design - Loeb Fellowship
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