Lecture<br>Dressing the Part: Fashioning Queer Semiotics
Apr 29, 2019 | 06:30 pm - 08:00 pm

Exploring the social and political quagmire of getting dressed, Callen Zimmerman, who teaches Fashion and Art History at City Tech and York College, CUNY, will examine the discursive practices, nuanced modes, and slight twists that fashion undergoes in the hands of queer people.

Lecture<br/>Santiago Ramón y Cajal: The Artist as Scientist
Mar 22, 2018 | 07:00 pm - 08:30 pm

Eric Himmel, Editor-in-Chief of Abrams Books and Beautiful Brain catalogue essayist, will trace Cajal’s path from a failed provincial artist through his midlife encounter with neuroscience—which inspired his revolutionary drawings based in new forms and new concepts. Co-sponsored by NYU’s Department of Art History and Grey Art Gallery. Free of charge, capacity limited, and subject […]

The Irving H. Jurow Lecture<br/>at NYU’s College of Arts & Science:<br/>What Art Can Tell Us About the Brain
Mar 20, 2018 | 05:30 pm - 07:00 pm

In this lecture, Margaret S. Livingstone, Takeda Professor of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School, will examine how major works of art provide insight into how we see, how artists have figured out how our brains extract relevant information about faces and objects, and why learning disabilities may be associated with artistic talent. Organized by NYU’s College […]

NEW LOCATION Lecture<br/>Cajal and the Enchanted Loom
Mar 06, 2018 | 06:30 pm - 08:00 pm

THIS PROGRAM HAS CHANGED VENUES, AND WILL NOW TAKE PLACE AT THE EISNER & LUBIN AUDITORIUM, FOURTH FLOOR. Rodolfo Llinás, Thomas and Suzanne Murphy Professor, University Professor, and Chairman Emeritus of Neuroscience & Physiology, NYU Langone Medical Center, will examine the historical development of imaging of the nervous system, and the interpretation of the images […]

Lecture<br/>A Romp Through NYU’s Architecture, Built and Unbuilt
Sep 26, 2017 | 06:30 pm - 08:00 pm

From Beaux-Arts to Brutalism, NYU has it all. Carol Krinsky, Professor of Art History, NYU, will survey the wide range of buildings created or adapted for use by generations of students. From the original Gothic Revival building of 1831 to classicism, Arts-and-Crafts, and Art Deco to late modernism—including Philip Johnson’s Bobst Library and proposed campus […]

Through Being Cool: The Music Videos of Mark Mothersbaugh and DEVO
May 01, 2017 | 06:30 pm - 08:00 pm

From In the Beginning Was the End: The Truth About De-Evolution (1976) to Whip It (1980) and beyond, Jesse Bransford, Chair of Art & Art Professions, NYU, will screen and provide commentary on selections from DEVO’s groundbreaking music videos, the earliest of which predate not only MTV, but also the band’s studio recordings. Organized by […]

Lecture<br/>Alt O’Hara: Coterie and Counter-Institution
Mar 29, 2017 | 07:00 pm - 08:30 pm

Placing Frank O’Hara’s writing in relation to the development of alternative art galleries in the early 1960s, this lecture by Lytle Shaw, professor of English, NYU, will explore the ways that O’Hara’s cultivation of a coterie served an analogous function in terms of both the social world and literary history. Co-sponsored by NYU’s Department of […]