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Each under 15-minutes long, the operas were created by students in the NYU Tisch Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program's Opera Lab and will be performed by professional opera singers with piano accompaniment.
NYU’s Glucksman Ireland House will host a symposium Tuesday, May 22, 2018 to honor Professor J. Joseph Lee.
Now officially a graduate of NYU, Wilson reflects on his time in the Tisch Grad Film program and the inspiration behind his film career
Carter will address 1,471 graduating undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate students on May 18, 2018, 11am - 1:30pm EST, at Radio City Music Hall.
The Institute of Fine Arts and Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, to Host TBM Symposium, May 20-22, 2018
The two-day event, free and open to the public, allows attendees to view and interact with what Gizmodo has described as “the weirdest, coolest, most insanely inspired geek projects around.”
Twenty-six alumni and one professor from New York University received a total of 19 Tony Award nominations, recognizing excellence in producing, writing, directing, acting, scenic design, costume design, lighting design, and choreography on Broadway.
Cécile Feza Bushidi, Brandon Stirling Baker, Chase Brock, Pontus Lidberg, and Janice Ross Among The Center's Largest and Most Far-Reaching Cohort of Fellows
"In/Visible: Portraits of Farmers and Spice Porters of India," a series of portraits of Indian women farmers and men working as spice porters, will be on display this summer for 24-hour public viewing from June 7 - September 7, 2018 at NYU's Kimmel Windows Galleries at the corner of LaGuardia Place and West 3rd Street.
A team of researchers has launched a project that is working to put online records of the United States Colored Troops—regiments of African American soldiers that included large numbers of men who had been slaves at the start of the Civil War.