LM Live’s 2023 Year in Review

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LM Live’s 2023 Year in Review

2023 was an exciting year for LM Live, whose sophomore slate of programming included film screenings, in-person panels and even a special dinner (and drinks!) installation of the Women’s Breakfast series. We’ll have even more programming for you in the coming months; until then, here’s a recap of LM Live’s second year IRL and online.

Live Panels

This year, live panels included a mix of Women’s Breakfasts, industry deep dives and after-work events exploring topics as varied as the new NYC salary transparency law and the architecture of art and performance. We hosted most of these events at LM Live’s new home, the Studio @ 7 WTC; check out our recaps and recordings below.

Women’s Breakfast (for Dinner): The Power of the Romance Heroine
Women’s Breakfast: Talking Salary Transparency
The Architecture of Art and Performance
Unlocking Careers of the Future: Women Shaping BioTech
Inside or Outside the Room: Law, Public Service and Power

Ask the Expert

Though we primarily focused on in-person programming this year, we ran two installments of our Ask the Expert series, which shines a spotlight on Lower Manhattan’s innovators and industry leaders. This year, LM Live was joined by Deanna Ting of Resy and Caitlin Harper, a change management communication strategist and advisor.

You can listen to their words of wisdom by watching the recordings below.

Ask the Expert: Deanna Ting of Resy
Ask the Expert: Communicating Change 101 With Caitlin Harper

New York on Film

We continued our incredibly popular New York on Film series, which features screenings of films that highlight the history, culture and controversy that have defined the city over the years. This year’s screenings included “Man on Wire,” followed by a conversation with Philippe Petit and Elizabeth Streb; the AIDS documentary “CURED,” followed by a conversation with activists Rev. Magora Kennedy, Jack Drescher, MD and Charles Kaiser; and the Ken Burns documentary “Brooklyn Bridge,” which included a conversation with Burns and New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman. 

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