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89 alumni from throughout the University received 106 Emmy nominations is 49 categories, including acting, writing, directing, producing, cinematography, casting, editing, sound mixing, music, and design.
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Seven nominations - recognizing producing, directing, lighting and scenic design, and choreography - emanated from the musical "Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812," which received the most nominations of any show this year.
Student creativity and imagination animate the music, visual art, dance, theater, film-making and other exhibitions at this weeklong festival, one of Gallatin's biggest yearly events.
Four members of the New York University community were honored by the Recording Academy at the 2017 Grammy Awards, held last night in Los Angeles. Grammy Awards are selected annually to honor artistic achievement, technical proficiency, and overall excellence in the recording industry.
Eight members of the New York University community received a total of ten nominations when the Recording Association announced its annual list of contenders for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards yesterday.
The Gallatin Galleries will display “Macondo: Memories of the Colombian Conflict”—photographer Álvaro Ybarra Zavala’s documentation of life in the South American nation—from Dec. 13, 2016 through Jan. 25, 2017.
Scientific cooperation to address concerns about the environment helped to foster détente between the United States and the Soviet Union in the 1970s, NYU’s Rachel Rothschild concludes in a newly published paper.
Jacob Remes, a clinical assistant professor at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, is available for comment on a range of issues facing the U.S. and Canada--and what, collectively, they signify under a new American president.
“Lenapeway,” an installation by artist Beatrice Glow and the Wayfinding Project at NYU’s Asian/Pacific/American (A/P/A) Institute, will be on 24-hour view in the street-level windows of 715 Broadway (at Washington Place) from October 10 to December 9.
NYU alumni from the Tisch School of the Arts and the Gallatin School of Individualized Study won five Tony Awards last night, recognizing excellence in producing, scenic design, and costume design.