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Thursday, April 3

Sacred Geography: Tibet and Himalaya Photographs
9:00 am

David Zurick's Sacred Geography exhibition draws from his decades of experience as a geographer, photographer, and explorer of the Himalaya, with 20 large...

Branding, Graphics, Media and Technology Career Day
10:00 am

This event is for students, graduating seniors and recent alumni seeking job and internship opportunities. It is also a great opportunity to network and...

Social Change Thursdays
10:00 am

Lang students, faculty, and staff are welcome to join in a conversation about social justice issues at this community building event. Pop in to say a quick...

Students Faculty Staff

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...

"The Nocturnals" Lecture Series
1:00 pm

Organized by Niki Kriese at the Parsons’ School of Art and Design History and Theory, this lecture series features Parsons staff-members who are creative...

Hannah Arendt/Reiner Schurmann Memorial Symposium: Feminist Investigations: A Manifesto
3:00 pm

The New School for Social Research’s Philosophy Department is sponsoring The Hannah Arendt/Reiner Schurmann Memorial Symposium entitled “Feminist...

Interdisciplinary Science Information Session
4:30 pm

The Interdisciplinary Science Program invites students interested in the intersection of the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities to learn about...

Development, Thought and Policy Lecture Series: Private Sector Approaches to Development - Potential and Pitfalls
6:00 pm

On Thursday, April 3, the Development, Thought and Policy Lecture Series presents: "Private Sector Approaches to Development - Potential and Pitfalls." An...

Students Alumni Faculty Staff

NSSR Sociology Lecture Series: Roger Friedland
6:00 pm

The third NSSR Sociology Lecture of the Spring semester will be delivered by Roger Friedland who will give a talk, (co-authored with Janet Afary and Paolo...

The Flight from Conversation: An Evening with Sherry Turkle
6:30 pm

Digital technology allows us to be constantly in touch with anyone at any moment. But have we “sacrificed conversation for mere connection”? What are the...

Art, Socialism, and the Working Class
7:00 pm

World Socialist Web Site arts editor David Walsh will present his new book, The Sky Between the Leaves. Walsh will speak about his book and the relationship...

Dorkbot Paris, ‘People doing strange things with electricity’
7:00 pm

Benoît Verjat and Nicolas Couturier, will host a discussion and demonstration of free idea, their original drawing device and Nicolas Maigret, will present...

Students General Public

Parsons First Year Workshop: The World of Color in Adobe Photoshop
7:00 pm

Use Photoshop and students own photographs to create composites influenced by David Hockney. From this technique students will learn the use of color and...

Mannes Upperwest Chamber Music, Concert 9
7:30 pm

The Ernst C. Stiefel Chamber Music Series presents Mannes College chamber music ensembles in a series performance at Mannes. The program for this concert...

Thursday, April 3

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