The Creative Writing Program will host the 2018 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers’ Awards Reading on Fri., Sept. 14.
The King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center will host “Miradas Paralelas (“Parallel Looks”). Iran-Spain: Photographers in the Mirror,” an exhibition that brings together a first encounter between 12 female photographers from Iran and Spain.
The Asian/Pacific/American Institute has named DJ and activist Thanushka Yakupitiyage, who performs under the name Ushka, as its Artist-in-Residence for the 2018-19 academic year.
La Maison Française will host events on the ethical capacity of art (Sept. 20), contemporary literature in French (Sept. 24), and a political history of the skirt and pants (Sept. 26).
Kimmel Windows Galleries will display excerpts of the newly released anthology Ghost Fishing: An Eco-Justice Poetry Anthology alongside living plants native to Puerto Rico for 24-hour public viewing from September 10, 2018 through November 1, 2018.
Deutsches Haus will host an open-air concert (Sept. 5), discussions on “fake news” (Sept. 14), the far-right youth culture in the U.S. and Germany (Sept. 21), and “Westworld’s Shakespeare: A Case for Serial Reading” (Sept. 24).
The Creative Writing Program’s Fall 2018 Reading Series commences with events featuring Jeffrey Eugenides and Zadie Smith (Sept. 13) as well as Tracy K. Smith (Sept. 20).
NYU's Board of Trustees is rescinding the honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree that the University awarded to Bill Cosby in 1997
New York University will host “Places as Brands: International Relations in the Age of Information,” a one-day conference featuring leaders from the business, entertainment, and academic sectors on the role and impact of branding on the global stage, on Fri., April 7.
Celebrating its 21st season, New Plays for Young Audiences will stage rehearsed readings of three new plays exploring migration through a magical travelling band, violence in society, and Martin Luther King Jr’s formative years.