The Protest and the Recuperation: A Preview

125th Street and Broadway New York

PREVIEW ON VIEW FEBRUARY 10 - APRIL 4 | MORE INFO This special presentation is installed in windows located at 125th Street and Broadway and is presented by the Wallach Art Gallery and The Forum, Columbia University. The preview includes an artist's video, a sculpture, and nine reproductions of works in the exhibition.   The Protest and […]

Celebrating Bridges: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition

Online online, New York

On view Celebrating Bridges: Art and Art Education Program Alumni Exhibition A juried exhibition featuring mixed media works by Art and Art Education Program Alumni Dates: February 22 - March 19, 2021 Reception: Feb. 25, 5:00pm - 7:00pm (registration required)

Winter Roundtable 2021 Virtual Conference: A Pandemic of Racism

Online online, New York

The Winter Roundtable is the longest running continuing professional education program in the United States devoted solely to cultural issues in psychology, education, and social work. The Winter Roundtable continues its tradition of bringing together scholars, practitioners, researchers, social change agents and students interested in the intersections between race, ethnicity, social class, gender, ability status, […]

Expert Panel: COVID-19 & Geopolitics

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

The Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies presents: Expert Panel: COVID-19 & Geopolitics: The Pandemic’s Impact on Global Relations With: Danielle Pletka, Senior Fellow, American Enterprise Institute; Adjunct Professor, Georgetown Jeffrey Sachs, University Professor, Columbia University; Director, Center for Sustainable Development Andrew Scobell, Senior Political Scientist, RAND Moderated by Stuart Gottlieb, Adjunct Professor, […]

Book Talk. The EU Anti-Corruption Policy

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

This event will be held virtually as a Zoom webinar and streamed via YouTube Live. There will be no in-person event. To register and access live stream links, visit the event page on our website: https://harriman.columbia.edu/event/virtual-event-book-talk-eu-anti-corruption-policy-reflexive-governance-approach-andi-hoxhaj Register here for the Zoom webinar, or tune in on YouTube Live. Please join us for a presentation by Andi Hoxhaj (Warwick Law […]

COVID-19 Vaccine Development, Strategy and Implementation

Online online, New York

The Program in Vaccine Education at the Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians & Surgeons’ mission is to educate medical students and to inform health care professionals, public health experts, academic, government and industry researchers, policy makers, global health non-governmental organizations, journalists, and the general public as to the cutting-edge advances and challenges in modern […]

Uptown Triennial 2020

Columbia University - Wallach Gallery 615 West 129th Street, New York

On view September 24, 2020 - February 28, 2021 (new date) Advanced registration required The Uptown Triennial 2020 exhibition, the second iteration in the series, presents the work of contemporary artists in dialogue with the Harlem Renaissance—a defining moment in American modernism and African-American cultural history—during its centennial year. The Wallach Art Gallery is currently open to Columbia students, […]

MSM Camerata Nova, Conducted by Kyle Ritenauer (BM ’11, MM ’15)

Online online, New York

Kyle Ritenauer (BM ’11, MM ’15),Conductor   Program Info Igor Stravinsky, Septet Quinn Mason, Concerto for Violin and Small Ensemble Aaron Copland,  Appalachian Spring   LIVESTREAM LINK TO COME   Neidorff-Karpati Hall Manhattan School of Music 130 Claremont Avenue New York, NY 10027

A Regarded Self: Caribbean Womanhood and the Ethics of Disorderly Being

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

New Books in the Arts & Sciences: Celebrating Recent Work by Kaiama L. Glover Click here to register via Zoom. In A Regarded Self Kaiama L. Glover champions unruly female protagonists who adamantly refuse the constraints of coercive communities. Reading novels by Marie Chauvet, Maryse Condé, René Depestre, Marlon James, and Jamaica Kincaid, Glover shows how these […]

Everybody Has the Right to Live! A Poor People’s Moral Budget

Online online, New York

Instructor: Charon Hribar Date: Friday, Feb. 26, 1:00 – 6:00 pm  |  Saturday, Feb. 27, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Format: This two-day intensive course will be held online, through synchronous […]

Tidal Communities: The Experience of Underserved and Indigenous Rural Communities Along Changing Coastlines

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

A two-part panel discussion among Aunnauruq Twyla Thurmond, Maurice Bailey, Whitney Barr, Robin Bronen, Alex de Sherbinin, Dean Hardy, Radley Horton, Malgosia Madajewicz, Dorothy Peteet,Shavonne Smith, Annauk Denise Olin, and Kate Orff, Professor and Director of GSAPP’s Urban Design Program. Listening: Shoreline Stories Challenges and Opportunities of Coastal Communities & Landscapes Representatives from Sapelo Island, Shinnecock, and Shishmaref discuss coastline changes and their impacts on lives […]

Black History Month Event and Workshop: Celebration of Gladys West, Mathematician and Computer Programmer

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

We would be lost (literally) without the contributions of Gladys West. West is a mathematician who helped construct a geoid, a mathematical model of the Earth’s shape, making the invention of the GPS possible. She worked at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division as a mathematician and programmer, where she and her husband were two of […]

Pandemic Panels #5: Indigenous Theatres & Native Practices

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

Join us for an interdisciplinary, year-long series of intimate conversations with theatre artists on the challenges of creating work under the pandemic, and engaging with social justice movements around the world. Curated by Prof. Shayoni Mitra, Department of Theatre, Barnard College. This series is brought to you by the Dasha Epstein Visiting Artists and Scholars […]

Building Solidarities: Single Sex Institutions and the Racial Implications of Gendered Space

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

Building Solidarities: Trans // Racial Justice is a series of public dialogues that bring together activists, artists, architects, and academics from the community to talk about gender and sexuality, whiteness, and colonial spatial practices to examine urgent matters of embodied identity and its interactions with the built environment. These discussions will be driven by student research and facilitated […]

Bloomingdale School of Music’s Annual Guitar Festival

Online online, New York

Join us to celebrate Bloomingdale's annual Guitar Festival with 2 days of guitar events of student performances, faculty concert, and guest artist João Luiz in concert and masterclass. Day 1: Friday, February 26 6:00pm - 6:45pm || Student Concert No.1 7:00pm - 7:45pm || Student Concert No.2   Day 2: Saturday, February 27 11:00am - […]

Virtual Cooking Masterclass with Vandana Sood-Giddings ’08, Founder of Prana Buzz

Online online, New York

Please join us for an interactive cooking masterclass and conversation with Vandana Sood-Giddings, I-House Alumna ‘08 and Founder of Prana Buzz. She’ll show you how to cook one of her favorite dishes—Aloo Chole Masala (potatoes and chickpeas in a spicy sauce). Vandana will discuss the origins of Prana Buzz and their mission to build community around yoga […]

Narrative Music

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

This concert will explore the fascinating relationship between music and narration. Cellist Molly Aronson will perform a multidisciplinary program that combines works for solo cello with texts by such writers as Shakespeare and J.R.R. Tolkein as well as nature imagery by Marcia Scott. Pianist Olga Gurevich will perform Schubert”s virtuosic masterpiece The Wanderer Fantasy, a […]

Winter Roundtable 2021 Virtual Conference: A Pandemic of Racism

Online online, New York

The Winter Roundtable is the longest running continuing professional education program in the United States devoted solely to cultural issues in psychology, education, and social work. The Winter Roundtable continues its tradition of bringing together scholars, practitioners, researchers, social change agents and students interested in the intersections between race, ethnicity, social class, gender, ability status, […]

Virtual Lent Retreat: An Introduction to Centering Prayer

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

Join the Riverside Church’s Virtual Lenten Retreat looking at Centering Prayer. We will be led by Leslee Anne Terpay, a Contemplative Outreach, Ltd, Commissioned Presenter of Centering Prayer, and Lectio Divina. Our day will begin learning the method of Centering Prayer including time exploring the kinds of thoughts that may arise during the prayer time. […]

B’scursion: MET Opera – Sonya Yoncheva in Germany

Online online, New York

After an unexpected delay last semester, B’scursions is finally taking a (virtual) trip to Germany to hear a performance from opera star Sonya Yoncheva! If you had previously thought opera to be an out-of-reach elite art form, think again. Due to COVID, opera singers are performing from their remote locations just like other artists. Come […]

Virtual Spotlight Tour: Cathedral in Community

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

Join other Cathedral enthusiasts for a look back through the Cathedral’s history as an institution and community space in Morningside Heights and the Greater Harlem area. Learn about the Cathedral’s mission to be a “house of prayer for all people,” as well as its initiatives and programs that welcome in, and grow with, the Cathedral’s community. Join […]

Harlem Classical Music Celebration with Three on 3 Music, Opera Ebony, and Harlem Opera Theater

Facebook Live https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?ref=watch, NY

The 5th Annual Collaboration of Harlem Classical Music Celebration hosted by three premier Harlem classical music organizations present the works of renowned operatic and spiritual composers in symposium and in concert with gifted developing and international classical singers and lecturers. Saturday, February 13, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm Three on 3 Music The Fifth annual […]

Liliana Segre on Auschwitz and What It Means Today

On Host's Website NY

Interview with Barbara Faedda; Holocaust Remembrance Day 2021 Europe and the United Nations commemorate the victims of the Shoah each winter on the date of Auschwitz’s liberation in 1945, and the Italian Academy marks Holocaust Remembrance Day annually with an exploration of issues of discrimination and crimes against humanity. Throughout the years, the Academy has […]

Apollo Film & Screen/Play Present: 30 Years of House Party

Online online, New York

The Apollo celebrates 30 Years of House Party in an evening featuring performances, conversations and highlights from the musical and comedy cult classics House Party (1990) and House Party 2 (1991). These iconic films were among the first films to center the Black teenage experience for a mainstream audience. 30 Years of House Party will feature performances by Kid N’Play, r&b/hip-hop group Full […]

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!

Mara Menzies Presents Mara the Storyteller

Online online, New York

Join performance storyteller Mara Menzies on an exciting voyage of discovery as we celebrate black history month. Drawing on the rich African storytelling tradition and sprinkling in her own brand of magic, she tells spectacular stories that will enthral, delight and leave you wanting more. REGISTER NOW

Ask RDC: Presentation & Discussion of Congregational Survey Results

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

The RDC will be hosting monthly “Ask RDC” Sessions the last Sunday of every month at 1:00 pm (after coffee hour) until September 2021. Join us on February 28 for a presentation and discussion of results of the 2020 Riverside Church Congregational Survey. The Committee will present preliminary results on priorities and preferences for our future […]

Breaking White Supremacy: Martin Luther King and the Black Social Gospel

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

w/Author Dr. Gary Dorrien and Dr. Colleen Birchett February 21 , 28 March 7, 14, 21 | 1:30 pm | Zoom  The civil rights movement was one of the most searing developments in modern American history. It abounded with noble visions, resounded with magnificent rhetoric, and ended in nightmarish despair. It won a few legislative […]

19th-Century Spa Treatments: A Virtual Workshop

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

By the 19th century, women in America had developed skincare routines to meet the standards of beauty of the period. In this workshop, we will explore these ideas and recipes plus demonstrate how to create creams and cosmetics, popular in the antebellum era, but that fulfill our desire today for natural products.

$10

Books That Bind: The Mercies by Kiran Millwood Hargrave

Online online, New York

The March selection for our monthly book club is The Mercies by Kiran Millwood Hargrave, read with us! Meeting date to be determined. About the Book: After a storm has killed off all the island’s men, two women in a 1600s Norwegian coastal village struggle to survive against both natural forces and the men who have been […]

NYBC Blood Drive at the Cathedral

Cathedral of St. John the Divine 1047 Amsterdam Avenue, at W. 112th Street, New York

Sponsored by Mount Sinai Morningside & The Cathedral Church of St. John Divine Monday, March 1, 2021 10am – 4pm The Cathedral Church of St. John Divine 1047 Amsterdam Avenue, NYC Enter on Amsterdam bet 112th & 113th Streets. Donors must make an appointment. Walk-ins will be allowed if room capacity permits. To schedule your […]

Facing the Other: Moral Dilemmas in Israeli Literature

Online online, New York

FACING THE OTHER WITH DR. BARBARA MANN Part of Our Series "The 'Other' in Jewish Text and Tradition" March 1, 2021, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. ET This session is generously sponsored by Dr. Carmen Arick in loving memory of Joyce Arick; Marian Rothenberg, in memory of her husband Frank Rothenberg (z"l) who admired JTS from his […]

Community Fitness: Zumba

On Host's Website NY

TC Zumba instructor, Anna Serrichio (M.S. '19, Communication), is taking the dance party VIRTUAL! Join us on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:00 - 7:00 pm EST.  Join at tc.columbia.edu/events/ -- Can't join us at that time? We've got it covered! To view past events, please visit our Past Events Archive on the TC Coming Together site. 

Mayoral Candidates Forum: Who Will Lead NYC to a Safer, More Equitable Streetscape?

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

Bike New York is proud to welcome New York City Mayoral Candidates including Eric Adams, Shaun Donovan, Kathryn Garcia, Ray McGuire, Scott Stringer, and Andrew Yang for a virtual town hall addressing some of the most pressing topics affecting our cyclists, pedestrians, commuters, and street users. Moderated by Jon Orcutt and presented by Bike New York’s Spoke Series program. REGISTER […]

ECCO East Coast Chamber Orchestra

Online online, New York

Note: This event is virtual only, without a live audience. We plan to continue with live events as soon as possible; join our email list for updates.  WATCH on Youtube | WATCH on Facebook In order to join post-concert Q&A, Join our email list for details The East Coast Chamber Orchestra (ECCO), an “exciting conductorless band of […]

Free

The Holy City of Jerusalem

Online online, New York

ONLINE MINI-COURSE WITH DR. BENJAMIN GAMPEL Tuesdays, February 16 and 23, and Wednesday, March 3, 2021 10:30-11:30 a.m. ET Join Dr. Benjamin Gampel to explore the history of Jerusalem, important to Jews, Christians and Muslims. The course will examine the ways in which the historical claims of the three monotheistic religions mirror each other and […]

The Meanings of the Tabernacle

Online online, New York

AN ONLINE MINI-COURSE WITH DR. ALAN COOPER Tuesdays February 16, 23, March 2 at 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET The center of ritual and worship in the Torah was the Mishkan, the Tabernacle that […]

Where to Now for the U.S. Nuclear Waste Program?

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

The federal government has failed in its statutory responsibility to deliver a disposal pathway for commercial spent nuclear fuel (SNF) and the high-level radioactive waste (HLW) generated by the Cold War arms race. A new report by Center on Global Energy Policy research scholar Dr. Matt Bowen explains how the United States reached its current […]

Community Fitness: Yoga

On Host's Website NY

Join BBS Masters student and certified yoga instructor Stefania Marchitelli (M.S. candidate, Communicative Sciences and Disorders) every Tuesday evening at 6:00 PM ET for a 45 minute Vinyasa yoga class (cool down/meditation to follow). No yoga mat? No problem! Grab a towel, blanket or simply head to a carpeted area of your home. All experience […]