Monthly Archives: June 2015

Fall 2015 Admissions Deadline Extended!

The John W. Draper Interdisciplinary Master’s Program in Humanities and Social Thought is pleased to announce that we are extending our deadline for application materials for fall 2015 admissions to August 14th. For any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Draper directly at draper.program@nyu.edu or 212-998-8070.

Exciting conversation on Thursday with Doryun Chong and Herb Tam!

THURSDAY, June 25, 6:30 pm
Museum of Chinese in America
215 Centre Street

Conversation: Doryun Chong and Herb Tam

Doryun Chong, chief curator, M+ Hong Kong, and Herb Tam, curator and director of exhibitions, Museum of Chinese in America, will discuss Tseng’s life and art in New York, his influence on younger Chinese artists, and how his cultural identity may or may not have impacted his work.

Tickets required: $12/Adult; $7/Student & Senior; FREE for MOCA Members. Free with NYU ID:
NYU ID holders please email programs@mocanyc.org to reserve your ticket.

Generously supported by the Asian Cultural Council. Co-sponsored by the Museum of Chinese in America and NYU’s Grey Art Gallery.

Offered in conjunction with the exhibition
Tseng Kwong Chi: Performing for the Camera
on view at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery
from April 21 to July 11, 2015.

For more information on the exhibition,
please visit www.nyu.edu/greyart
Email: greyartgallery@nyu.edu
Tel: 212/998-6780

Grey Art Gallery Hours:
Tuesday/Thursday/Friday: 11 am–6 pm
OPEN LATE Wednesday: 11 am–8 p
m
Saturday: 11 am–5 pm
Closed Sunday/Monday/Major holidays.

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The gallery is accessible to people with disabilities.
For best access, please call 212/998-6780 before visiting.

Most of the Grey’s public programs are free of charge,
made possible by our generous supporters. Please make a gift today
to help us continue to provide engaging educational programs.
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Image: Tseng Kwong Chi
East Meets West Manifesto, 1983
from the East Meets West series
C-print, printed 2014
71 x 71 in.
Courtesy Muna Tseng Dance Projects, Inc., New York

TsengKwongChi_EastMeetsWest_1983

Exciting funding opportunities and workshops for NYU grad students!

Hey Draperites,

There are some upcoming funding opportunities and master’s workshops that you might want to check out. See more info below!

NYU FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

GSAS Dean’s Student Travel Grant Program: The GSAS Dean provides funds for travel to professional meetings and conferences to present invited papers or posters. A total of 225 awards are made each year, in the amount of $500 each, to help students defray the cost of presenting their scholarly work. Application Deadline: Friday, June 19. Read More »

Fulbright U.S. Student Program: Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and administered by the Institute for International Education, the Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers opportunities for research and cultural exchange for current students and recent graduates. NYU Campus Deadline: Friday, September 11, 4:00 p.m. Read More »

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS AND EVENTS

Master’s College Summer Happy Hour: Join the GSAS Master’s College Program Board for the first of two summer happy hours on Friday, June 26, 6:30 p.m. at Amity Hall (80 West Third Street). To RSVP, email gsas.masterscollege.rsvp@nyu.edu with your name and the name of this event. Read More »

Panel Series / “The Magazine as Medium,” with Lori Cole, Kim Conaty, Hal Foster, Dan Fox, Ruth Graham, Silvia Kolbowski, Carey Snyder, Lorin Stein, and Betsy Sussler

Dates: 9 April, 11 May, and 18 June 2015; 7–9 pm
Location:
Cabinet, 300 Nevins Street, Brooklyn (map and directions here)
FREE
. No RSVP necessary
Organized by Lori Cole

Please join us for a three-part series exploring the interview, the questionnaire, and the letter to the editor—three frequently overlooked forms that are nevertheless constitutive of many magazines. Each of these genres serves as a site of interaction between editors, contributors, and readers and is often used to assert or reinforce a magazine’s platform. The series will contextualize the development of each seemingly minor form and investigate its present uses in order to consider the role that it has had in articulating the identity of print publications across history.

For more information about the event, click here.

Exciting job opportunities at the Tenement Museum!

Hey Draperites,

New York’s magnificent Tenement Museum is looking for both full and part time hires for positions in its retail shop.

Check out more details below in the attached flyer!

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