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The Center for the Humanities’ March Events

March Events This March, join the Center for the Humanities for these timely public events and collaborations: a conference dedicated to Black Women Philosophers and their research across a wide variety of philosophical topics; a new seminar series exploring objects as a route to knowledge; an exhibition reception in the

Alex Zhang Hungtai at The Mission

The Lot Radio is inviting you to a special concert at our neighbor’s house: Alex Zhang Hungtai (fka Dirty Beaches) @ The San Damiano Mission on March 14th, 2019 After retiring his project Dirty Beaches, Zhang has been focusing on explorations of improvised music, Free Jazz, and his new role as

MADNews March 2019

sterling ruby: ceramics Experience Sterling Ruby: Ceramics before it closes on Sunday, March 17 with Jeff Fleming, the curator of the exhibition. On Saturday, March 9 from 2 to 3 pm, Fleming will discuss Ruby’s interdisciplinary approach to ceramics and clay (the artist’s “monumental material”) and welcome

This Week with Cinema Tropical

Please note:  Our Indocumentales screening of The Unafraid– scheduled for this evening at NYU’s King Juan Carlos I Center – has been postponed due to New York University’s weather-related closure. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to see you at the re-scheduled program. Stay tuned! Mark your calendars for Latin American film events

GSC Event: Letters from The Utopian Margins: The Hawthorne Archive, by Professor Avery Gordon Wed, Feb 27 12:30PM @ Alumni Reading Room, Pratt Institute

Avery Gordon will give a talk entitled “Letters from The Utopian Margins: The Hawthorne Archive”.The Hawthorne Archive represents voices from the utopian margins, where fact, fiction, theory, and image converge. It is a fugitive space for the development of a political consciousness of being, indifferent to

Attend the GLUE Brownbag with Gustav Peebles!

Join us for our first GLUE Brownbag of the spring semester! Gustav Peebles, Associate Professor of Global Studies and Anthropology, will discuss: “From the mattress to microfinance: or, the counterintuitive sociality of “anti-social” hoarding” Wednesday, February 13 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. 66 West 12th Street 6th

Refiguring the Future Conference, February 9-10

Refiguring the Future  Conference: February 9-10, 2019. Tickets start at just $10 and include lunch and two full days of programs! The Refiguring the Future conference convenes artists, educators, writers, and cultural strategists to envision a shared liberatory future by providing us with ideas that move beyond

Content Creators Career Panel, 2/20

Content Creators Career Panel – February 20 Description: Join our panel on careers in digital content creation, production and management. Panelists from Twitter, Atlas Obscura, Bustle and more will discuss their careers and industry trends, while offering insight and advice to those interested in the field.

Mixed Messages 2019 Applications Now Open!

The 23rd Annual MIXED MESSAGES Media Studies Graduate Showcase Spring 2019 is currently accepting applications! Mixed Messages, is a juried annual showcase of outstanding creative work by graduate students and recent alumni of the School of Media Studies. The projects span across various formats, themes

Join CSI Rentals for their Luncheon Demo Day

Join CSI Rentals for their Luncheon Demo Day Tuesday, Feb 26th, 10 AM – 7 PM @ The New CSI Rentals BK – 154 Bogart St, Brooklyn NY 11206 Enjoying scrumptious food Familiarizing with the latest gear Connecting with professionals like yourself Valuable gifts for

NYC Public Advocate Candidates Forum

Join The School of Public Engagement on Wednesday, January 23 for the NYC Public Advocate Candidates Forum Wednesday, January 23 6:00-8:00pm The Auditorium at 66 W. 12th Street The job of the Public Advocate is to ensure that all New Yorkers receive the City services

SXSW March 2019 – Austin, TX: Student Discount Badge

SXSW is offering students and faculty an exclusive badge discount for SXSW 2019. If you are currently enrolled in grades 9-12, in a college undergraduate or postgraduate program, or on school faculty attending with three or more students, read on! Experience 10 days of sessions, screenings, showcases, exhibitions, tacos,

‘Torquato Neto: Every Hour of the End’ Screening

Torquato Neto – Every Hour of the End  (Dir. Eduardo Ades, Marcus Fernando, Brazil, 2017, 88 min. In Portuguese with English subtitles) Torquato Neto (1944-1972) lived ruptures passionately. Engaged on multiple fronts – in film, music, and journalism – the poet from the far-northeastern state

The Center for the Humanities: December Events

December Events This December, the Center for the Humanities is proud to present these exciting events and collaborations: a reading and conversation on radical writing, feminism and black futures with visionary writers and poets Saidiya Hartman, Erica Hunt, Dawn Lundy Martin and Claudia Rankine; a “Listening Party”

The Lot Radio Presents: Ambient Showcase at The Mission

What’s New? Tomorrow, Thursday 6th of December, The Lot Radio presents: Ambient Showcase @ The Mission Daniel Aged (Inc. No World) Solo NY Debut) Debit (NAAFI) (Live ambient set) Tak (Cosmic Pipe Organ set) Location: San Damiano Mission 85 North 15th St, Brooklyn, NY 11222 Date: Dec 6th