Betwixt and Between is a group exhibition co-curated by three graduate students from New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Ok Computer is a BFA Studio Art group exhibition featuring work by Will Montgomery, Kristina Waymire, Rhea Barve and Brittany Alexander.
Senior Honors Studio 2019/20 chronicles a series of five, week-long exhibitions, featuring pairs of BFA Studio Art majors working in close collaboration with New York University’s Institute of Fine…
Steinhardt Department of Art and Art Professions - Betwixt and Between
Steinhardt Department of Art and Art Professions - Ok Computer
Join Ivan Brehm, chef/owner of Michelin-star restaurant Nouri, and Kaushik Swaminathan, head of research at Appetite/Nouri, for an introduction to the restaurant's work at the intersection of food and…
In this panel presentation, using an ecological framework, we will consider how the construct of race has served as a specific developmental context that creates unique stressors for the realities of…
Sean Hamilton (Drum Set Performance)
Dance Education Professor Carolyn Webb will lead an open level interactive celebration of dance, song, and rhythm derived from West Africa and the diaspora.
Panel discussion with faculty whom have navigated Predominately White Institutions (PWI) as Students of Color (SOC).
Join Jewish Currents magazine and three NYU food scholars, including NYU Steinhardt's Dr. Jennifer Berg, for an evening about Jewish food.
Join NYU Steinhardt's Departments of Communicative Sciences and Disorders and Teaching and Learning for a symposium of educators and speech-language pathologists at NYU and in NYC schools.
Lee-Chin Siow, violin (College of Charleston)
Marilyn Nonken, Director, Program in Piano Performance
To meet the specific information and communication needs of a diverse set of communities, the Spanish-language media landscape is broad and heterogeneous in its patterns of production, distribution…
Vicky Chow (Bang on a Can)
This screening is only open to NYU students. Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis, so please plan to arrive early.
A recital of music by NYU composition faculty and former students with Julian Schwarz (cello), Marika Bournaki (piano), and Andrew Trombley (double bass)
Learn about upcoming Intersession and Spring Break study abroad opportunities via the online session.
Music performances, compositions, poetry, and various forms of art celebrating the diversity and beauty within the African American Culture, featuring students from the Music and Performing Arts…