Tag: New York

Amid Columbus controversy, Italian Americans look at a history of troubled integration

Calls to remove a Columbus statue has New York’s Italian-American community reflecting on their past.

/ December 4, 2017

Waiting for the leaves to fall: World War I seen through the artists who fought in its trenches

A new exhibition highlights the work of European artists dealing with the war’s traumas.

/ November 22, 2017

The hidden history behind St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral

How a cathedral illuminates the story of Irish immigrants in New York.

/ November 6, 2017

Urban Poetry: St. Petersburg – New York

Please join us for an opening reception for the exhibit “Urban Poetry: St. Petersburg – New York.” with photography by Mark Serman. Exhibit on display October 19, 2016 – December 16, 2016, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. This show features an abridged collection...

/ October 19, 2016

From the Streets to the Screen: Exploring New York’s Cinematic Identities

A talk by Hannes Klug, screenwriter, journalist and author of Schauplatz Film: New York, followed by a conversation between Klug and Barbara Natalie Nagel, assistant professor at Princton’s Department of German. From independent film to blockbusters, from documentaries to thrillers,...

/ September 16, 2016