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Wednesday, March 19

Design and Disaster: Kon Wajiro's Modernologio
12:00 pm

A lecture by architect, author and Kon Wajiro scholar, Izumi Kuroishi entitled: "Kon Wajiro's Modernologio: Imaging Space through Objects in Japanese...

Intimate Science
12:00 pm

Opening reception: Thursday, February 6, 6:30-8:30 p.m. with a curator's talk by Andrea Grover at 5:30 p.m. in the gallery. The most recent manifestation of...

Human Rights and 21st Century Challenges: 20+ years After the Vienna UN Conference on Human Rights
3:00 pm

Women's Learning Partnership and the Gender Studies Program at The New School presents: Human Rights and 21st Century Challenges: 20+ years After the Vienna...

A Screening of "The Desert Eats Us"
5:00 pm

Award-winning Nepalese filmmaker Kesang Tseten screens his documentary film The Desert Eats Us. The film provides a rare glimpse of the migrant workers'...

CANCELLED - Engaged Lives: New School for Public Engagement Alumni Discuss Their Careers in the Arts
6:00 pm

This event is now cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience. The New School for Public Engagement’s "Engaged Lives" is a series of conversations with...

Make Music Monthly featuring Sonic Branding Expert Wilson Brown | Cornelia Street Cafe
6:00 pm

Make Music New York inaugurates a new series called Make Music Monthly, featuring conversations with musical luminaries recorded live at the Cornelia Street...

General Public

NSSR Philosophy Lecture with Carlo Salzani "Bare Life between Myth and Exception: Agamben, Benjamim, Schmitt"
6:00 pm

The New School for Social Research’s Philosophy Department presents Carlo Salzani, author of Constellations of Readings: Walter Benjamin in Figures of...

University Endowments in the Era of Climate Change: The New School’s Options for Reducing Greenhouse Gases
6:00 pm

A student-led movement to divest university endowments from the fossil fuel sector is gaining momentum on many campuses. This forum is intended to educate...

MFA vs. NYC (New Date and New Location)
6:30 pm

*NEW DATE AND LOCATION In a widely read essay entitled “MFA vs NYC,” bestselling novelist Chad Harbach argued that the American literary scene has split...

New Voices Playwrights Festival: The Ladder by Matthew Herzfeld
7:00 pm

The Ladder by Matthew Herzfeld, directed by Paul Takacs (’11). "Hello, my name is Jill and I'm calling today from Tate University to ask for your help in...

New Voices Playwrights Festival: Standard Aptitude by Sam Byron
9:30 pm

Standard Aptitude by Sam Byron, directed by Suzanne Karpinski. Four years after he was caught and publically ostracized for taking the SATs for other...

Wednesday, March 19

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