NYU Portraits 2022: Where Social Change Meets the Stage
Thursday, September 1 from 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m. EDT
Skirball Center for the Performing Arts | Registration
NYU Portraits is an annual, performance-based event featuring a dynamic cast of student and celebrity performance artists, speakers, and trailblazers. This NYU tradition is a vibrant and exciting showcase where historical and contemporary movements for justice and equity come together on stage to inspire social change. This event is organized in collaboration with Voices of a People’s History of the United States,
Portraits 2022 Cast:
- Celebrity Guests:
- NYU Student Cast:
- Brandon Bautista (Tisch ’23)
- Michaella Blemur (CAS ’24)
- Gavi Loewenstein (Gallatin ’24)
- Ava Marshall (Gallatin ’23)
NYU Portraits FAQ
What is NYU Portraits: Where Social Change Meets the Stage
NYU Portraits creates a vibrant and colorful evening where diversity meets the stage to invigorate our passion for social justice, and service through the arts. This event is a campus tradition that utilizes an innovative approach to highlighting the importance of diversity as an enriching and transformative experience for our incoming first year, graduate, and transfer students.
Who is the NYU Portraits audience?
This event is not open to the public. The event is intended for incoming first-year, transfer, and graduate students to New York University, but open to returning students, faculty, and staff as capacity allows.
How much do tickets cost?
There is no cost to attend the program.
Portraits 2016 Video Clips
Previous NYU Portraits