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.

Virtual Conversation<br>Pepe Karmel and Lynn Gumpert on Berthe Weill
Jul 06, 2022 | 07:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Presented by 192 Books and Paula Cooper Gallery, this live virtual event will celebrate the newly translated memoir of Berthe Weill, a provocative Parisian art dealer at the heart of the twentieth-century art world. Lynn Gumpert (Director, Grey Art Gallery) joins Pepe Karmel (Associate Professor of Art History, New York University) to discuss Weill's "Pow! Right in the Eye! Thirty Years behind the Scenes of Modern French Painting" (University of Chicago Press, June 2022).

Webinar<br>Geographies of Modernism: Considering the modern through India, Iran, and Turkey
Dec 09, 2021 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Join Dr. Vishakha Desai, (Senior Advisor for Global Affairs at Columbia University), Dr. Fereshteh Daftari, (scholar and curator), and Sarah-Neel Smith (Assistant Professor in the Department of Art History, Theory, and Criticism at the Maryland Institute College of Art) in conversation with Lynn Gumpert (Director of Grey Art Gallery at NYU in New York) on modernisms in India, Iran, and Turkey respectively. Organized in partnership with the Institute at NYU Abu Dhabi.

Webinar<br>James Baldwin: Race, Media, and Psychoanalysis
Jun 24, 2021 | 08:00 pm - 09:00 pm

Join us for a panel discussion around Joseph Lovett's 1979 film profile on James Baldwin, interviewed by Sylvia Chase for ABC's 20/20. Lovett will moderate a panel with guests Victor P. Bonfilio, JD, Ph.D., Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California; Annie Lee Jones, Ph.D., clinical psychologist/psychoanalyst, co-chair of the Committee on Ethnicity, Race, Culture, Class, and Language (CERCCL) NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; and Aisha Karefa-Smart, author, educator, public speaker, and niece of James Baldwin. Registration required.

Webinar<br>Into the Collection: Orientalism and Expedition Photography
Apr 22, 2021 | 05:30 pm - 06:30 pm

In conjunction with the McMullen Museum of Art’s current exhibition, "Taking Shape: Abstraction from the Arab World, 1950s–1980s" (on tour after its debut at the Grey in 2020), Assistant Director Diana Larsen, aided by the Museum’s Student Ambassadors, will offer a virtual presentation on Orientalism and works of expedition photography in the Museum’s collection. Visitors are invited to learn from the presenters, ask questions, and share their knowledge and observations. Registration required.

Webinar<br>“Islam & Surrealism: Abdel Hadi el-Gazzar’s Postwar Painting in Egypt” with Alex Dika Seggerman
Mar 10, 2021 | 05:00 pm - 06:00 pm

The McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College welcomes Rutgers University Professor Alex Dika Seggerman for a virtual presentation that delves into her recent publication, Modernism on the Nile: Art in Egypt between the Islamic and the Contemporary (2019). Drawing from Modernism on the Nile, Seggerman argues that Gazzar’s local and transnational connections are evidence of “constellational modernism,” a framework for understanding modern art in Egypt that challenges Euro-centric narratives of modernism and expands Islamic art history into the modern era. Registration required.

Webinar<br>Joseph Grigely and Emily Watlington in Conversation
Apr 09, 2021 | 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm

Join Joseph Grigely, artist and writer, and Emily Watlington, critic and curator, in conversation on art, disability, apologies, and other matters. Organized by the NYU Center for Disability Studies. Registration required.