Studio Works Exhibition

On Host's Website NY

Selected student work from Teachers College studio courses in drawing, painting, sculpture, and mixed media. Exhibition Dates: Dec 7-Jan 8

Reconfigured Bodies: Contemporary Prints from David Altmejd to Dana Schutz

On Host's Website NY

The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies has collaborated on editions with several artists who have reconfigured traditional notions of the human body as a means of exploring myth, identity, cultural taboos and personal narratives in images that range from the sublime to the grotesque. The artists represented in this selection have worked primarily in […]

Fire will come (O Que Arde)

Online online, New York

Oliver Laxe, 2019, 85 min. To RSVP and get a link to watch the film, click here.  After spending several years in prison for allegedly setting a wildfire, Amador returns to his elderly mother’s farm in the mountains of Galicia. He lives quietly, resisting his well-meaning neighbors’ overtures, apparently more aware of the terrible stigma associated […]

Resilience: Myers Art Prizes

On Host's Website NY

A juried exhibition of Art and Art Education Program student work focused on the practice of resilience during a time of social and political unrest and isolation. Dates: Jan 18-Feb 12, 2021 Closing reception: Feb 12, 5-7pm

The Mysteries of an Ancient Library: Surprising Lessons from the Dead Sea Scrolls

Online online, New York

SURPRISING LESSONS FROM THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS WITH DR. DAVID KRAEMER Wednesdays Jan 13, 20, 27 and Feb 3, 10, 17 7:00-9:00 p.m. ET Most people have heard of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and many have even seen the fragments on display at the Shrine of the Book at the Israel Museum. But what do […]

Theatre of the Oppressed

Zoom, NY

This ministry uses theatre as a means of empowering participants to become actors in movements for social and political change. Originating in Brazil, this technique teaches participants about their power and agency within institutions and systems. Meets on Wednesdays from 8:00-9:00 p.m. each week via Zoom, and every Monday from 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in partnership with […]

Know Justice, Know Peace

Online online, New York

In celebration of Black History Month, the galleries of the Interchuch Center preset Know Justice, Know Peace Photographs by Bob Gore from the protests in NYC, 2020 View online     January 8 - February 25, 2021 In person visitors are welcome. No groups over 25 people. Masks, social distanceing, & temperature check are required. […]

Free Movement Speaks Online Classes 2021

Zoom, NY

Free Online and Outdoor classes for older adults Two times daily! Monday - Friday: 10am and 1:30pm All welcome to join:   Open air classes also available at Grant's Tomb

Delivering Equity Through the Public Health System ​

Online online, New York

Featuring Harvey V. Fineberg, MD, PhD President of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Julio Frenk, MD, MPH, PhD President Professor of Public Health Sciences, Health Sector Management and Policy, and Sociology University of Miami Winners of the Frank A. Calderone Prize in Public Health Linda P. Fried, MD, MPH (moderator) Dean, Columbia Mailman School of Public […]

Russia’s Worlds: Russian Empire and the Ottoman World

Online online, New York

This event will be held virtually as a Zoom webinar and streamed via YouTube Live. There will be no in-person event. Register here for the Zoom webinar, or tune in on YouTube Live. Please join us for an event in the Russia's Worlds Lecture Series, a discussion with Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky (UC Santa Barbara) and Eileen Kane (Connecticut College). Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky is an Assistant […]

IKNS Conversations That Matter

Online online, New York

Join us for the next Conversations that Matter, featuring Arno Boersma. Connecting The Dots - Building networks among the world’s small island developing states (SIDS) to create sustainable development solutions Key Topics: Social Impact, Networks, Collaboration, Innovation, Small Island Developing States (SIDS), Sustainable Development, Knowledge Strategy Increasingly, humanity is facing major global challenges that cannot be […]

8/13 | Death Penalty Abolition

Zoom, NY

Alexis Hoag and Bernard E. Harcourt read and discuss “Valuing Black Lives: A Case for Ending the Death Penalty“ by Alexis J. Hoag. Please RSVP here. In this seminar, we will explore the hidden damage that death sentences and executions wreak on family members of the condemned, wardens and prison guards, attorneys, chaplains, and others. The hidden traumas have, so far, […]

The Questions Jews Ask, The Answers Rabbis Give

Online online, New York

ONLINE MINI-COURSE WITH RABBI MORDY SCHWARTZ Thursdays, January 21, 28 and Feb. 4, 11 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET Responsa are among the oldest and most enduring forms of Jewish literature. We have records of tens of thousands of letters from rabbis answering questions posed to them. Unlike commentaries and codes, these are immediate, practical questions facing […]


Virtual Tech Help: eBooks

Google Meet NY

Have a burning eBook question? Need help downloading your next favorite read? Book 30 minutes to receive one-on-one assistance from a Library staff member! Please come with a valid library card and PIN. You will also need to know any passwords for your device (screen lock, Apple ID, Play Store, Windows Store, etc.) to successfully download and […]

Stats on Your Own – Six Sessions to Self-Reliance

Zoom, NY

Do you want to be self-reliant in doing statistical analyses? Stats on Your Own – Six Sessions to Self-Reliance will help you to know how your data should be analyzed, or when you need to consult a biostatistician. Geared towards junior researchers (residents, fellows, faculty), this short non-credit zoom course (six consecutive Thursdays 3-6pm 1/21-2/25) […]


Children’s Virtual Winter Fun Program

Google Meet NY

Calling all children to join us virtually for some winter fun! Join us and discuss your favorite winter stories and hear recommendations from the Richmondtown and South Beach children's staff! Be sure to have paper, crayons, and scissors on hand for a winter craft that we will be making! Best for kids ages 5 to 11. This program is geared […]

Kids Virtual Book Club: National Geographic Weird But True

Google Meet NY

Children are welcome to join us virtually to learn about weird but true facts from National Geographic! We will share our favorite weird but true facts, play a trivia game, and engage in a fun activity to end with! Children are encouraged to share their favorite weird but true facts from National Geographic as well! […]

EI LIVE K12: Climate Data – The Numbers Behind the Numbers

Online online, New York

Earth Institute LIVE (EI LIVE) K12 is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, educators, and parents. About this Event Presenter: Dara Mendeloff, Senior Geographic Information Specialist, Center for International Earth Science Information Network Target Audience: Grades 9-12 Data science is growing up fast. Learn about the data science tools used in climate research […]

It’s Complicated: Latino Voters in the 2020 Elections

Online online, New York

This exciting panel is designed to promote a critical and complex conversation on the role and impact of Latinos in the last electoral cycle and consider questions for the future. Frances Negrón-Muntaner, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, will lead the discussion with key leaders in the fields of law, politics, journalism and grassroots organizing. This event serves as a follow […]

Lenin and the Sacred: Representing the Unrepresentable

Zoom, NY

This event will be held virtually on Zoom. There will be no in-person event. Click here to join on Zoom at the time of the event. The Department of Slavic Languages and the Harriman Institute present a lecture by the 2021 William E. Harkins Colloquium guest speaker, Alexei Yurchak (University of California, Berkeley). Alexei Yurchak is Professor of Anthropology at the University […]

Crafting Objects, Crafting Community: Gender and Material Culture in American Religion

Zoom, NY

Online Event Co-Sponsors: Barnard College Religion Department, Columbia University Religion Department, Columbia Institute for Religion, Culture, and Public Life, and the Columbia Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies Event Description Jodi Eichler-Levine and Alyssa Maldonado-Estrada will be in conversation about their new books examining the role of material culture in shaping gender, memory, community, and […]

Columbia Climate Conversations: Youth Climate Activism in Action

Online online, New York

On Thursday, January 21st at 6pm EST, Columbia University GSAS Office of Academic Diversity and Inclusion and the Earth Institute will host Youth Climate Activism in Action!, the second event in the Columbia Climate Conversations Initiative. This panel focuses on youth activism by young women of color in the environmental movement. These youth activists would share their […]

Thriving in Turbulence

Online online, New York

Thriving in Turbulence: Leading Immigrant Communities Amidst a Pandemic and Societal Upheaval Community-based nonprofits have anchored immigrants through the turbulence of the ongoing health crisis and social unrest, providing often ignored individuals and families refuge and the means to weather these unsettling times. Moreover, the presidential elections bring both challenges and opportunities for immigrants and […]

Mid-Year Report Card: Assessing Children’s Social and Emotional Health

Online online, New York

Mid-Year Report Card: Assessing Children's Social and Emotional Health THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 2021 | 6:00 PM EST REGISTER Join us for an in-depth overview of the kinds of emotional reactions experienced by children and youth now having gone back to school in a completely virtual or hybrid classroom for half a school year. Experts in […]

Books That Bind: The Night Tiger by Yangsze Choo

Zoom, NY

The January selection for our monthly Book Club is The Night Tiger by Yangsze Choo. We’ll be meeting Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom to discuss the book, join us! Click here to register for this meeting or click the button below. Register Here About the Book: A sweeping historical novel about a dancehall girl and […]

All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis

Online online, New York

Katharine Wilkinson, Co-Editor and Co-Founder of the All We Can Save Project will introduce All We Can Save and contributors to the book Jainey Bavishi, Director, New York City Mayor’s Office of Resiliency; Kate Marvel, Associate Research Scientist, Columbia’s Earth Institute; and Kate Orff, Professor and Director of GSAPP’s Urban Design Program, will present their contributions followed by a discussion. […]

BME WEBINAR SERIES: Catherine von Reyn, PhD, Drexel University

Online online, New York

On Friday, January 22nd @ 11:00AM ET, we welcome Prof. Catherine von Reyn from Drexel University as she presents, "Engineering neural circuits to understand sensorimotor transformations." ABOUT THE WEBINAR To interact with our environment, we rely on sensorimotor transformations where our nervous system outputs behavioral responses from inputs of light, sound, smell, taste, and touch.  […]

Free Movement Speaks Outdoor Classes 2021

Grant's Tomb West 122nd Street and Riverside Drive, New York

OLDER ADULTS OF ALL AGES AND ABILITY ARE INVITED TO JOIN! MOVEMENT SPEAKS® Classes are FREE! Classes Outside @ Grant’s Tomb (122nd and Riverside Drive)! Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays 11-12PM: Classes are onogoing, weather-permitting. Call 347 683 2691 for info on class Socially distanced and wearing masks!

Book Talk. Mixed Messages: Mediating Native Belonging in Asian Russia by Kathryn E. Graber

Online online, New York

This event will be held virtually as a Zoom webinar and streamed via YouTube Live. There will be no in-person event. Click here to purchase the book from Book Culture NYC. Register here for the Zoom webinar, or tune in on YouTube Live. Please join us for an event in the Minority Inclusion and Exclusion in Soviet and Post-Communist Societies Speaker […]

Webinar: Accounts of an Anonymous Kidney Donor

Zoom, NY

Join Elaine Perlman, Director of the Peace Corps Fellows Program and TC alumna, in a conversation about anonymous kidney donation. Exactly one year ago in New York City, Elaine donated her kidney to a stranger who lives in Georgia, initiating a kidney chain that resulted in four people around the country receiving kidneys. Nearly 100,000 Americans are […]

An Earned Income Tax Credit Experiment in China

Zoom, NY

Please join us for a lecture: Impact of a Labor Income Reward Plan: An Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Experiment in China Li Gan, Clifford Taylor Jr. Professor in Liberal Arts at Texas A&M University Moderated by: Qin Gao, Professor of Social Policy and Social Work; Director, China Center for Social Policy   China currently […]

Book Talk: The Return of Great Power Rivalry by Matthew Kroenig

On Host's Website NY

Brilliant and engagingly written, The Return of Great Power Rivalry argues that this conventional wisdom is wrong. Drawing on an extraordinary range of historical evidence and the works of figures like Herodotus, Machiavelli, and Montesquieu and combining it with cutting-edge social science research, Matthew Kroenig advances the riveting argument that democracies tend to excel in great power […]

Roles for Computing in Social Justice with Rediet Abebe, Harvard

Online online, New York

Each year, the Brown Institute sponsors talks that explore the intersection between media and technology. This year we have three virtual presentations lined up, each challenging us to think about data and computation in new ways. Each talk is by researchers outside of journalism, and yet we have a great deal to learn from their […]

The Friday Focus – Sexual Citizens: A Landmark Study of Sex, Power, and Assault on Campus

Instagram Live, NY

Join Being Barnard for our first Friday Focus of 2021! On Friday, January 22, we will be joined by Jennifer S. Hirsch and Shamus Khan, authors of Sexual Citizens: A Landmark Study of Sex, Power, and Assault on Campus. Drawing on the SHIFT study done with the Barnard and Columbia campus community, Dr. Hirsch's and Dr. Khan's […]

Reconstructing Black Worlds: Counternarrative Creation as Preservation Practice

Online online, New York

Reconstructing Black Worlds: Counternarrative Creation as Preservation Practice - A lecture by Dr. Andrea Roberts From 1865-1930, formerly enslaved Texans founded 557+ freedom colonies, which are now absent from official maps, have lost population, and their building conditions have declined since the Great Migration. Dr. Andrea Roberts will discuss the contemporary status of these Black communities, diasporic […]

Virtual Vertical Tour

Zoom, NY

On this adventurous tour, virtually climb more than 124 feet through spiral staircases to the top of the world’s largest cathedral. Using high-quality video footage, our educators will “walk” you through stories of the stained glass and sculpture and study the grand architecture of the Cathedral. Tickets are $10 per person. This program will take […]


Life in an Age of Conflicts and Extremes

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Life in an Age of Conflicts and Extremes Keynote address for In Service to the New Nation: The Life & Legacy of John Jay The Forum at Columbia University is proud to host renowned scholar Joanne B. Freeman as she presents her keynote address, "Life in an Age of Conflicts and Extremes," which will kick-off a two-day […]


John Jay Papers Conference

Online online, New York

In Service to the New Nation: The Life and Legacy of John Jay Conference Posted on 2020-12-08 (2020-12-18) by Robb Haberman, Associate Editor, The Papers of John Jay The John Jay Papers Project, Columbia University Libraries, and Columbia University’s Office of the Provost are proud to present In Service to the New Nation: The Life & Legacy of John Jay, […]

Morningside Park’s Down to Earth Farmers Market

Plaza at 110th St. & Manhattan Ave 110th St. & Manhattan Ave, New York

Market open Saturdays, 9:00AM – 3:00PM, 01/04 – 12/19 New York, NY Plaza at 110th St. & Manhattan Ave (Map it ») Market Host: Friends of Morningside Park Founding Year: 2005 EBT AVAILABLE APP ios google

Art Breaking Boundaries: A Multicultural Exhibit

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HARLEM FINE ARTS SHOW AND CARTER BURDEN GALLERY ANNOUNCE NEW UNIQUE EXHIBITION BY OLDER PROFESSIONAL MULTICULTURAL NYC ARTISTS Art Breaking Boundaries A Multicultural Exhibit Works by 7 multicultural artists on exhibit virtually January 7 – February 3 Ademola Olugebefola, Donna Ladson, Al Johnson, Cheryl D. Miller, Earlene Cox, Elton Tucker, and Lazarus Tandi Thursday, January 7, […]