In his new book, Media, Culture, and Communication Professor Nicholas Mirzoeff explains how visual culture has upheld white supremacy – through art, monuments, and surveillance – and offers ways to dismantle it.
On Your Mark, a dance choreographed by first year Dance Education student Sky Morgan, was inspired by the NY Marathon. The piece will be one of 14 performed in the Master’s Dance Concert on April 21 and 22 at the Frederick Leowe Theatre.
This piece incorporates NY Style Mambo and Latin Jazz, both music genres and dances that emerged in the 1940s and 1950s in New York City. "Mambo Bohemio" is a romantic, energetic, and passionate piece.
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced two NYU Steinhardt faculty members, Professor Marita Sturken and Music Adjunct Faculty Dafna Naphtali, among this year's 2023 Guggenheim Fellowship awardees.
Award-winning songwriter, singer, film composer, and multi-instrumentalist Taj Mahal continued his role as the NYU Steinhardt 2022-23 Americana Artist-in-Residence with a three-day visit to NYU Steinhardt for a series of master classes and musical exploration.
Dance Education Master’s student Carlie Bonilla, is choreographing a piece titled Kekoa for the upcoming Master’s Dance Concert (April 21 - 22). She discussed the inspiration her mother and grandmother provided, women warriors and the amazing students who are bringing her work to life.