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Sexuality and Borders: An International Symposium at NYU, April 4 +5

Sexuality & Borders  A Two-Day International Symposium Thursday/Friday, April 4-5 239 Greene Street, Floor 8 Keynotes Radha Hegde, New York University Miriam Ticktin, New School for Social Research Alyosxa Tudor, SOAS, University of London How do sexuality and borders intersect? What role does sexuality play in the production,

Let’s See, What Else?: Bowery Ballroom Comedy Show

The Three-Year Anniversary of ‘Let’s See, What Else?’ will be a celebration of the successful weekly East Village show which was named by Thrillist as one of the best underground comedy shows in New York City. Hosts Courtney Maginnis and Tom Delgado have developed a loyal following by drawing

Indocumentales screening of “The Unafraid” Monday March 4th, NYU

The Indocumentales team would like to invite the new school community to a screening. Indocumentales will be showcasing “The Unafraid”–a feature-length documentary that follows the personal lives of three DACA students in Georgia a state that has banned them from attending their top state universities and disqualifies them

Latin American Film Series at the Lincoln Center, February 22-26

NEIGHBORING SCENES: NEW LATIN AMERICAN CINEMA Now in its fourth year, Neighboring Scenes is the Film Society’s showcase of contemporary Latin American cinema. Highlighting impressive recent productions from across the region, this selective slate of premieres exhibits the breadth of styles, techniques, and approaches employed

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

Christine Paul interviewed about her exhibition Programmed at the Whitney

Professor Christiane Paul is interviewed about her Programmed exhibition at the Whitney on WNYC’s Science Friday in a segment called How Artists Made Code Their Paintbrush. Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies in Art, 1965–2018 establishes connections between works of art based on instructions, spanning over fifty years of conceptual,

New York Premiere of LAS OLAS / THE WAVES

THE WAVES / LAS OLAS Directed by Adrián Biniez (Uruguay/Argentina, In Spanish with English subtitles, 2017, 88 min. In Spanish with English subtitles) New York Premiere! Thursday, January 17, 7:15pm Anthology Film Archives 32 Second Avenue (at 2nd Street), New York City (212) 505-5181 / www.anthologyfilmarchives.org Tickets available

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”

Book Panel December 6: An Investigative Cinema– Politics and Modernization in Italian, French, and American Film

An Investigative Cinema – Politics and Modernization in Italian, French, and American Film Please join us on Thursday December 6, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Columbia’s Heyman Center for the Humanities. On this occasion, Fabrizio Cilento (Messiah College) will present his book, published by Palgrave Macmillan in fall 2018 and titled An Investigative Cinema:

NYU hosts: Screening and Q&A

INDOCUMENTALES En el séptimo día/On the Seventh Day The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University (CLACS), Cinema Tropical, and the World Council of Peoples for the United Nations / What Moves You?, are proud to present the latest edition of INDOCUMENTALES

NYU hosts: Latin America’s 1968/Screening

Latin America’s 1968 on Film – Dialogue with Ché & Homage to Nicanor Parra As part of the Latin America’s 1968 Colloquium series, New York University’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), Department of Spanish and Portuguese, are proud to present a the

Convergence Exhibition: Open 11/17 – 12/5

Can works of art create social space through the communities they implicate? Convergence explores this possibility through art works that address race, gender, class and nationality, composed in dialogue, unison and dissonance within the exhibition space. Inspired by Homi Bhabha, who proposes “convergence” as “different

OURS, a Zine Launch Happening on Friday Nov. 30th!

Join the Asian American Writers’ Workshop on Friday, November 30th from 7pm-9pm for the unveiling of their second volume of the intergenerational zine, OURS! Part of all proceeds for the night will go towards Free Arts NYC For more details, check their Facebook Event here