Don’t Mourn, Consecrate: A Long Table Discussion on Pandemics, Public Art, and History (In-person)
Oct 19, 2023 | 07:00 pm - 08:30 pm

Join NYU Special Collections, writer and organizer Theodore Kerr, and NYU's Grey Art Gallery for a discussion centering on the AIDS-related art installation "Don't Mourn, Consecrate" by artist Juan González (Born 1942, Cuba; Died 1993, New York City), who died of complications linked to AIDS. One of the first public artworks to engage with the AIDS crisis in the U.S., this installation filled the street-front windows of NYU's Grey Art Gallery from September to October 1987, predating the New Museum’s landmark exhibition "Let the Record Show" by two months.

Other-Worlding: Artist Talk by Emilie L. Gossiaux, in Conversation with Georgina Kleege (Virtual)
Sep 22, 2023 | 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm

The Center for Disability Studies and Grey Art Gallery at NYU invite you to join Emilie L. Gossiaux for a virtual artist talk in advance of her debut museum solo exhibition, "Other-Worlding", at the Queens Museum in New York City. Gossiaux will be in conversation with Georgina Kleege, author of "More than Meets the Eye: What Blindness Brings to Art". Gossiaux and Kleege will preview Gossiaux's exhibit, discuss her artistic practice, and consider the ways a disabled artist's experience can inform how museums provide access.

Film Quarterly Seminar: The New Disability Media, February 24
Feb 24, 2023 | 01:00 pm - 02:30 pm

On February 24, Film Quarterly explores new directions in disability film and media in a two-part webinar discussing its special dossier “The New Disability Media” (Winter 2022) co-presented with NYU’s Center for Disability Studies and Center for Media, Culture & History.

Film Quarterly Seminar: The New Disability Media, February 10
Feb 10, 2023 | 01:00 pm - 02:30 pm

On February 10, Film Quarterly explores new directions in disability film and media in a two-part webinar discussing its special dossier "The New Disability Media" (Winter 2022) co-presented with NYU’s Center for Disability Studies and Center for Media, Culture & History.

Webinar<br>Screening and Discussion: “Vision Portraits” (Rodney Evans, 2019)
Mar 05, 2021 | 04:00 pm - 06:30 pm

Join us for a screening of "Vision Portraits" (2019) and discussion with filmmaker Rodney Evans and performance artist/dancer Kayla Hamilton. This feature-length documentary chronicles the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists—photographer John Dugdale, dancer Kayla Hamilton, writer Ryan Knighton, and the director, award-winning filmmaker Rodney Evans. Organized by the NYU Center for Disability Studies. Registration required.

Panel Discussion & Screening<br/>Downtown on the Beach: Exploring 1950s–’60s Provincetown
Mar 09, 2017 | 06:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Panel Discussion & Film Screening Downtown on the Beach: Exploring 1950s–’60s Provincetown Thursday, March 9, 6:00-8:00 pm The Renee and Chaim Gross Foundation 526 LaGuardia Place   In this panel discussion, artists will consider the vibrant Provincetown art scene in the 1950s and after, focusing in particular on the Sun Gallery and the HCE Gallery. Also […]

Sep 14, 2016 | 07:30 pm - 09:30 pm

  Experimental Music and Interdisciplinary Arts: Explorations on the Edge Wednesday, September 14, 7:30 pm Black Box Theater, Pless Hall, 82 Washington Square East (enter at 28 Washington Place)   Panel discussion moderated by Joan La Barbara, composer, performer, and faculty member, Music Composition (Steinhardt), NYU, with David Behrman, composer; and Alison Knowles and Carolee […]

May 04, 2019 | 06:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Dismantling Invisibility: Asian and Pacific Islander Artists’ Response to the AIDS Crisis Monday, May 4, 6:30 pm Fales Library, Bobst Library 70 Washington Square South, Third Floor Panel discussion moderated by Amy Sadao, Daniel Dietrich II Director, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, will focus on AIDS activism, including the exhibition Dismantling Invisibility: Asian […]