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Featured in this exhibition are 18 works on canvas by acclaimed artist Jack Bolen. These works chronicle the artists three-decade long fascination with rock formations. Bolen’s most recent series, Sedona, will be seen here on view for the first time.
Will her presence on an everyday object change how we think about slavery, and about the moral responsibilities of citizenship?
On Wednesday evening, May 25, La Maison Française will hold a Gala Benefit to raise funds for its public program of free lectures, readings, conferences, symposia, art exhibits, concerts, and special events.
The study is the first to examine severity of BPD symptoms and STI/HIV risk behaviors in a sample of incarcerated men, demonstrating that BPD is associated with STI/HIV risk in this population
A new NYU Steinhardt study published in the journal AERA Open looks at income-based gaps in educational attainment.
Beethoven’s "Symphony No. 7," Paul Hindemith’s "Symphony: Mathis der Maler," and Claude Debussy’s "Danses sacrée et profane" are among the works to be performed by the NYU Symphony during its final concert of the season, May 6.
The show that brought you the true love robot, the virtual reality dragon, and the texting hoodie is back on May 17 and 18, when students at the NYU Tisch Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) will mount their annual interactive spring exhibition.
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