|Barbara Buehler, associate city
planner (ret.), worked in the Health & Social
Services, Research Analysis, Education, Parks and Recreation
and Technical Review Division of the NYC Department of City Planning.
She is also an
Aesthetic Realism associate,
having studied in classes with Eli Siegel and currently in classes
by Chairman of Education Ellen Reiss.
Her paper on the noted urbanologist Jane Jacobs has been presented at venues including the Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities (2006), and the NYC Department of City Planning Technical Review Division.
statement by her,
"Housing: A Basic Human Right," based on Aesthetic Realism
was selected for the Municpal Art Society's New York Centennial
"100 Great Ideas For New York’s Future: The City That Could Be."
Articles by Ms.
Buehler have been
published by newspapers in several states, and she has presented
papers at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation as well as art talks in the
series, "The Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel Shows How Art Answers the
Questions of Your Life." She received
Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from George Washington