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Dan Hurlin
Jan. 9 — Feb. 28, 2017

Demolishing Everything… APAP Showcase / New York Live Arts
New York, NY
Pat Williams, Carl Hart, Kendall Thomas in Geographies of Incarceration at Columbia University. Photo: Stephanie Meiling^3470 Word Beomces Flesh Poets Workshop at Urban Arts Partnership. Photo: Rasu Jilani^3470 Democracy, Imagination, Peeps of Color NOW! at Bailey's Cafe, Freebrook Spaces. Photo: Stephanie Meiling^3470 Professor Cyril Ghosh from Wagner College (See more at Liza Jessie Peterson at Wagner College)^3470 Liza Jessie Peterson, a renowned actress, poet, playwright, educator and advocate. Photo by Allan Weeks. ^3470 Symposium Breakout Group, The America Project Symposium at the New School. Photo: courtesy of the New School^3470 Double Consciousness to Post Black Longtable Discussion at Actors Fund Art Center. Photo: Stephanie Meiling^3470

Community Engagement

CUriosity3 : Holoscenes

Date: Thursday, November 13, 2014, 6-8PM

Partner:  Office of Community Outreach, Columbia University School of the Arts & CRED

Location: Columbia University / Faculty House, 3rd Floor

Artist: Lars Jan

CUriosity3 is a free public seminar program addressing the intersection between Arts and Science with a view to start interesting discussions and debate around the common ground of creative practice and scientific discovery. In collusion with the CUriosity3 (Curiosity Cubed) programming at Columbia University, Lars Jan will present visual content from his recent performance-installation at the Nuit Blanche Festival in Toronto. The presentation will be followed by a conversation with Professor Sabine Marx, the Managing Director at the Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (CRED) at Columbia University. Holoscenes is a large-scale, durational performance/installation produced by MAPP International Productions, which connects climate change to everyday human behaviors. The event is open to the public as well as to the Columbia community.

Directions to Columbia University / Faculty House, 3rd Floor can be found here.