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A conversation with United States Civil Rights commissioner, the distinguished son of Irish and Nigerian immigrants to New York
The exhibition, through June 21, continues the Great Hall Exhibition series’ commitment to celebrating the contributions of exemplary women artists.
Online conference features leading criminal justice professionals to discuss human impact of crime and incarceration – and new approaches
The exhibition, "Pompeii in Color: The Life of Roman Painting," has opened for in-person viewing and will remain on view through May 29
An online conversation between Fatma Aydemir and Mohamed Amjahid, moderated by Ulrich Baer of NYU, on the potential advantages and pitfalls they see in instagrammable literature, journalism, and activism.
The first dual presentation of the work of the Argentine artists will be on view from February 23 - May 27 at the NYU Institute of Fine Arts’ James B. Duke House
Initiative also publishes its 16th policy proposal to the next mayor and City Council on moving the city beyond the pandemic era.
NYU’s Glucksman Ireland House explores the real-life nuances of race and ethnicity for those who identify as both Black and Green through their ancestry.
The Oct. 27 in-person discussion at New York University is open to the public.