Unless otherwise noted, programs are free of charge, no reservations, capacity limited. All are subject to change. Please see individual event listings for visitor access, registration, and accessibility information. Onsite visitors to programs hosted at the Grey Art Gallery must be in compliance with our COVID-19 protocols.
Hosted by the NYU Center for Disability Studies:
Carolyn Lazard and Jerron Herman: Long Take
A virtual celebration of the opening of Carolyn Lazard's debut solo exhibition, Long Take, at ICA (Philadelphia). Lazard will be in conversation with dancer and artist Jerron Herman, whose audio recorded and described performance anchors the exhibition.
Awards Reception for “Mostly New: The Grey Art Gallery and You” Undergraduate Writing Competition
Come celebrate the winners of “Mostly New: The Grey Art Gallery and You,” our undergraduate creative writing competition with NYU journal West 10th. Join us for a reception honoring all participants and a reading by the winning writers. Light refreshments will be served. “Mostly New: The Grey Art Gallery and You” invited New York University undergraduates […]
Conversation (In-Person and Virtual)
Patterns and Power:
A Discussion on Craft and Labor in Art
A conversation with Professor Catherine Quan Damman, and artists Joyce Kozloff and Sarah Zapata about exploring relationships between craft, pattern, and labor, especially as a means to question power structures.
Creating Art with Recycled Materials with Artist Momar Seck
Join celebrated artist Momar Seck as he takes you through the process of giving objects a new life by creating art with recycled materials.