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Seeking a worthwhile procrastination trip for your free hours during reading week? It’s worth your time to head down to the International Center of Photography (at 43rd and 6th, it’s just a short trip downtown on the 1 train) for … Continue reading
In May, The Jewish Museum invited CUArts to share in a conversation between photographer David Goldblatt and Joseph Lelyveld, former New York Times executive editor and correspondent in South Africa. The crowd sat captivated as Lelyveld invited David Goldblatt to … Continue reading
According to Professor Clayborne Carson of Stanford University, “The international struggle against apartheid was the most important international social justice movement of the 20th century.” Few would disagree. Director & Producer Connie Field’s film Have you Heard From Johannesburg, documents … Continue reading