Since the declaration of the COVID-19 pandemic on March 13, 2020, some have been quarantined for months.
At only 19 years old, first time director Phillip Youmans is already making his mark on the film industry. His debut feature film, “Burning Cane,” won the Founders Award at the Tribeca Film Festival this April making Youmans the first Black director to win the award and the youngest director to show a film at the festival.
Found, a piece by Mikal Glass will be open until Halloween at NYC’s Cell theatre.
Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right hosted a series of performances on the 24th that concluded with a packed jam session with recent NYU graduate, Rence. Known for his lead single “Baby Blue.”
Mackenzie Shrieve knows how to make an entrance. The recent NYU grad has been touring non-stop this summer since graduation, with venues across New York City–including the iconic Arlene’s Grocery–taking notice.
New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts is only getting bigger and better. On April 8, Tisch held a gala at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn to raise money for the school’s future which includes an expansion that will be opening in Brooklyn in the fall, as well as two additional curricular degrees that will bring advanced field work to classrooms.
NYU Tisch Gala Honors Chris and Eleanor Columbus Who Discuss Upcoming Project ‘The Lighthouse’ and Their Love of NYU
The annual NYU Tisch School of the Arts Gala honored the father-daughter duo Chris and Eleanor Columbus as well as producer Eddy Moretti
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Pop DJ-vocalist DJ Pebbles is managed by music industry mogul Randy Jackson.
The Knockturnal was on the red carpet at Cipriani 42nd Street on Monday night for the NYU Tisch School of the Arts 2017 gala titled Aspire and Inspire.