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West Harlem Arts: Resilience 2021

On Host's Website NY

West Harlem Arts, a collaborative initiative from The Children’s Art Carnival and Centro Civico Cultural Dominicano, is pleased to announce its inaugural group show, Resilience. The virtual exhibition series celebrates the work and resilience of visual artists residing in West Harlem and the surrounding community during the COVID-19 pandemic and features works by Cathleen Campbell, […]

Climate Reality Leadership Corps Virtual US Training

Online online, New York

The Center for Earth Ethics is kicking off Earth Day co-hosting the Faith Leaders cohort at the upcoming Climate Reality Leadership Corps Training happening this April 22 – May 2. We are teaming with The Climate Reality Project to create specific sessions that will help faith leaders from across traditions integrate climate activism into their work. Register by […]

Columbia University Film Festival (CUFF)

On Host's Website NY

The 33rd annual Columbia University Film Festival (CUFF) is a showcase of thesis-level work from students and recent alumni of the School of the Arts MFA Film Program. CUFF will take place virtually April 23–May 3, 2021. The festival will include 22 short films, an evening of staged script readings, Q&As, panel discussions, award ceremonies, and social events. All films will […]

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The Deluge: On the human costs of rising sea levels

The Forum at Columbia University 605 West 125th Street, New York

The Forum and the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism are pleased to present The Deluge: On the human costs of rising sea levels, an exhibit of photographs by photojournalist and Global Visiting Fellow, Kadir van Lohuizen / NOOR. The installation, which debuted at The Forum on Friday, April 16, just ahead of Earth Day, features fifteen […]

CUIMC Hosts a Virtual Career Day for Bring Your Children to Work Day

Online online, New York

Columbia University Irving Medical Center Working Parent's Employee Resource Group will host a Virtual Career Day event in honor of National Bring Your Children to Work Day. The virtual webinar will occur on Friday April 23rd 9:00am - 9:45am. Professionals from the University will briefly present on their respective careers (Attorney, Human Resources, Doctor, Nurse, etc.) […]

Humanitarianism, Representation, Subjectivity, Photography

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

This speaker series features four events which brings into conversation the contributors to the special issue “Queer Liberalisms and Marginal Mobility.” The special issue will be published by Ethnic and Racial Studies in Spring 2022. “Queer Liberalisms and Marginal Mobility” addresses queer migration through the intersectional lens of queer liberalisms, authoritarianism, and marginal mobilities. Globally, LGBTIQ+ rights form […]

ALL Network: The History and Current Realities of Racism against Asians in the U.S.

Online online, New York

Since the pandemic, incidents of violence have surged against the AAPI community but is anti-Asian racism new in the U.S.? In this event, Dr. Kim will lead the audience through American history that has long been erased from history books, lending a contextual lens to the current realities of racism against AAPIs. Dr. Josephine Kim […]

Invisible Cities: 24-hour Student Design Challenge

Online online, New York

ICLS and the Department of English and Comparative Literature present: Medical Humanities and Pandemic Urbanisms – Invisible Cities: 24-hour Student Design Challenge April 23 – 24, 12:00 PM EST Registration is required. *More details to be announced soon. Faculty Facilitators Lan Li (Medical Humanities, Rice University) and Anthony Acciavatti (Architecture, Yale University), Alumni Facilitators Malvika Jolly, Adam Lee John To […]

MSM Camerata Nova, Conducted by Benjamin Grow (MM ’16)

On Host's Website NY

LINK TO LIVESTREAM TO COME APR 23 | FRI 12:15 PM ET MSM Camerata Nova Benjamin Grow (MM ’16), Conductor Featuring works by Richard Wagner, Evan Williams, and Igor Stravinsky APRIL-MAY 2021 PERFORMANCE BROCHURE

Rhythm and Reason with Arts & Minds

Online online, New York

Bringing together jazz music and science in collaboration with Arts & Minds. April 23rd, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm at Online REGISTER HERE Bringing together jazz music and science in collaboration with Arts & Minds. Contemplation and Interrogation (Question & Answer) — key elements of decision-making — are at the heart of guest scientist Dr. Michael Shadlen's research […]

Latif Nasser – How to Turn Your PhD into a Netflix Series

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

While a graduate student in the history of science, Latif Nasser started moonlighting as a journalist. Upon graduating, he took the plunge covering science in print for the Boston Globe, through the podcast Radiolab, and in a Netflix docuseries called Connected. In this Hazen lecture, he will tell a bit about this professional left turn, […]

Deaf Arts Education Think Tank

Online online, New York

A discussion moderated by TC Deaf Education Alumnus Dr. Amanada Howerton-Fox, Assistant Professor of Education at Iona College and Dr. Jodi Falk, Director of St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf. There will also be presentations by TC students, faculty, and alumni. To request disability-related accommodations, contact OASID at oasid@tc.edu, (212) 678-3689, as early as possible. […]

Musical Serenades Day 2

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

The Program in Music and Music Education presents Musical Serenades . A Spirited Concert Series featuring student performances. Hosted by: Dr. Jeanne Goffi-Fynn Join us for a Zoom watch party […]