Traversing Tradition: Transformation in and of Contemporary Jewish Life

Exhibition Curator: Rebecca Pristoop Artists: Tamar Ettun; Jake Levin; Angela Strassheim; Silvio Wolf; Gil Yefman; Sarah Zell Young More Info: http://www.jtsa.edu/arts-at-jts About Traversing Tradition: The artistic […]

Art Exhibit – Barbara Di Lorenzo & Tim Walsh

On Display: April 6 – May 8 (Weekdays, 9:00AM – 5:00PM) Artist Reception: April 20, 2017 (5:30PM – 7:30PM) Barbara Di Lorenzo – Barbara DiLorenzo […]

Columbia Community Scholars Program Accepting Applications for 2017

Columbia University’s Community Scholars Program is seeking nominations and applications for its next class; the deadline is Thursday, April 27, 2017.  The program, one of the […]

The Money Series – The Architecture, Experience, and Aftermath of a Financial Disaster

Free and open to the public. No registration necessary. First come, first seated. The Architecture, Experience, and Aftermath of a Financial Disaster: John Law and […]

Dialogues on Race and Religion

Join scholars and community leaders to discuss the intersection of race, religion, and contemporary culture. Dialogues will be held throughout the fall on Monday evenings. […]

I-House Page Turner: The Fuzzy & The Techie by Scott Hartley

PLEASE JOIN US FOR A CONVERSATION WITH SCOTT HARTLEY, AUTHOR, INVESTOR AND I-HOUSE ALUMNUS, MODERATED BY ADAM QUINTON, I-HOUSE BOARD MEMBER AND INVESTOR Coming out in April […]

The Sebastians present the Complete J.S. Bach for Solo Violin

Come enter the mind of the master, J.S. Bach, with the virtuosic violinists of the Sebastians. This unique concert experience presents Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas […]

Who Is My Neighbor? An Introduction to Islam for Non-Muslims

Want to learn more about Islam and our Muslim brothers and sisters? Here’s your chance! This five-week class will give you a chance to educate […]

New Books in the Arts & Sciences – Celebrating Recent Work by Philip Kitcher and Evelyn Fox Keller

A landmark work of environmental philosophy that seeks to transform the debate about climate change. As the icecaps melt and the sea levels rise around […]

Haitian Migrants in Cuba, or the Workings of US Empire in the Caribbean

Matthew Casey Nina Bell Suggs Professor of History University of Southern Mississippi Matthew Casey will present from his new book Empire’s Guest Workers: Haitian Migrants in Cuba […]