A lively conversation Feb. 26 at NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study on what artificial intelligence, big data, hashtags, Internet memes, and digital assistants tell us about being Black in the 21st century—and what they might portend for our future.
NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study presents a Feb. 22 talk on the highly anticipated film Black Panther and the evolution of blackness in U.S. comic books.
Tisch professor Jim Anderson won his second Grammy for Best Surround Sound Album. Anderson, who is an internationally recognized recording engineer and producer for acoustic music in the recording, radio, television, and film industries, has 27 Grammy-nominated recordings in his portfolio, 11 of which have gone on to win the big prize.
Fourteen members of the NYU alumni community, a faculty member, and one student were among the nominees in nine categories when the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced its nominations for the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
Fourteen members of the New York University community received a total of 20 nominations when the Recording Academy announced its annual list of contenders for the 60th Grammy Awards.
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89 alumni from throughout the University received 106 Emmy nominations is 49 categories, including acting, writing, directing, producing, cinematography, casting, editing, sound mixing, music, and design.
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Seven nominations - recognizing producing, directing, lighting and scenic design, and choreography - emanated from the musical "Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812," which received the most nominations of any show this year.
Student creativity and imagination animate the music, visual art, dance, theater, film-making and other exhibitions at this weeklong festival, one of Gallatin's biggest yearly events.
Four members of the New York University community were honored by the Recording Academy at the 2017 Grammy Awards, held last night in Los Angeles. Grammy Awards are selected annually to honor artistic achievement, technical proficiency, and overall excellence in the recording industry.
Eight members of the New York University community received a total of ten nominations when the Recording Association announced its annual list of contenders for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards yesterday.