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GIDEST Presents: Andrea Geyer, 12/7

GIDEST Seminar Andrea Geyer ON DANCE FUTURES AND GHOST GESTURES Friday, December 7, 12-1:30 PM GIDEST Lab, Room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue Please join GIDEST on Friday, December 7, for a discussion with multi-disciplinary artist Andrea Geyer of her project, “On Dance Futures and Ghost Gestures.” Seminar

The Italian Department at Columbia University presents An Investigative Cinema – Politics and Modernization in Italian, French, and American Film

The Italian Department at Columbia University presents: An Investigative Cinema – Politics and Modernization in Italian, French, and American Film Please join the Italian Department 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,

TOMORROW: Making Motherhood Work in the Film & TV Industry

Join NYWIFT for a candid conversation concerning the challenge for mothers balancing career and family while working within the demanding and competitive television and film industry. Guest speakers cinematographer Ayana Baraka, costume designer Katie Irish, makeup artist Martha Melendez, entertainment attorney Lauren Menkes, and actor Tricia Paoluccio and writer/director Tonya McCornell (moderator) will

A Conversation with Sisonke Msimang, Author of the New Memoir, “Always Another Country: A Memoir of Exile and Home,” and Sean Jacobs, Associate Professor of International Affairs at The New School

A Conversation with Sisonke Msimang, author of the new memoir, Always another country: A memoir of exile and home, and Sean Jacobs, associate professor of International Affairs at The New School The event will take place September 26, 2018 at 7-9:00 PM. Starr Foundation Hall, UL102

Race in the United States: Fraught Crossroads

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2017 AT 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM University Center, UL10463 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY Guest Speaker: Lawrence Weschler, former staff writer at The New Yorker, where his work shuttled between political tragedies and cultural comedies. Two-time winner of the George Polk