• December
    08

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    2017-12-08 19:30
    2017-12-08 19:30
    Performances

    NJCU Orchestra

    Location:
    Margaret Williams Theatre
    Hepburn Hall
    United States
    Time:7:30 PM7:30 PM

    Lou Kosma, conductor

    FREE with RSVP >

    A program that spans the centuries: Rufus Reid’s modern symphonic composition, Mass Transit; NJCU Professor Dr. Stelio Dubbiosi’s The Pied Piper of Hamlin; and Camille Saint-Saens’ iconic Cello Concerto No. 1 Op. 33 in A minor, featuring Mia Bernard, cellist.

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  • December
    07

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    2017-12-07 12:00
    2017-12-07 14:00
    Special Events

    BAAFSSO Kwanzaa Celebration 2017

    Location:
    Michael Gilligan Student Union Multipurpose Room
    Time:12:00 PM2:00 PM

    African Drumming, Ujamaa Marketplace, Dance performance and class, Candle Lighting Ceremony and much more!

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  • December
    05

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    2017-12-05 19:00
    2017-12-05 19:00
    Guest Speakers

    IMAP @ NJCU Visiting Speaker: Barbara London

    Location:
    Fries Hall basement, IMAP Graduate Room
    NJCU
    Jersey City , NJ
    United States
    Time:7:00 PM7:00 PM

    FREE and open to the public

    Barbara London is an American curator, writer, and sound art advocate best known for founding the video collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). London founded the museum's video collection with works by Nam June Paik, Laurie Anderson, and Lynda Benglis, and curated many major exhibitions at MoMA, showcasing Chinese and Japanese artists. In 1997, London created Stir-Fry, a multimedia site that mapped emerging Chinese media. In 2001, London produced MoMA's first website art commission, Tony Oursler’s Timestream.

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  • December
    05

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    2017-12-05 18:00
    2017-12-05 18:00
    Guest Speakers

    Writing Other People’s Stories

    Location:
    Gilligan Student Union, Room 129
    United States
    Time:6:00 PM6:00 PM

    What are the challenges and the rewards of trying to tell another person’s story? Evocative and enlightening readings by NJCU authors.

     

     

     

     

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  • December
    05
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    December
    05

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    2017-12-05 18:00
    2017-12-05 20:00
    Special Events

    Into the Future with Radia Funna

    Location:
    NJCU School of Business
    200 Hudson Street
    Jersey City , NJ
    United States
    Time:6:00 PM8:00 PM


    There's no better way to close out a year, than to look ahead - to the future! Join us to learn from UN Special Advisor, Radia Funna, a futurist at heart who's thrilled to enlighten us on her perspective of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Characterized by a range of new technologies that are fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, impacting all disciplines, economies and industries, and even challenging ideas about what it means to be human - how will it redefine the way we live, work and relate to one another?
    Join us to find out!

    *Get your FREE TICKETS before December 4*

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  • December
    04

    Calendar

    2017-12-04 19:30
    2017-12-04 19:30
    Performances

    NJCU Jazz Ensemble

    Location:
    Margaret Williams Theatre
    Hepburn Hall
    United States
    Time:7:30 PM7:30 PM

    Dr. Gabriel Alegría, artistic director

    FREE with RSVP >

    "Some of the best jazz music I've heard in the past 20 years has been by the New Jersey City University Jazz Ensemble, here in the Margaret Williams Theatre."  - Gary Walker, WBGO Jazz 88.3

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  • December
    04
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    December
    15

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    2017-12-04 11:00
    2017-12-15 17:00
    Visual Arts

    Marco Cutrone: Expressive Portraits

    Location:
    NJCU Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery
    Hepburn Hall, Room 323
    Jersey City , NJ
    United States
    Time:11:00 AM5:00 PM

    MFA Thesis Project

    Ongoing December 4 – December 15
    Reception: Thursday, December 7, 4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

    Intended to be viewed by the eyes and perceived by the emotions, these Expressive Portraits are a visual record of the essence of each subject’s personality.

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