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  • December 12    
    A panel discussion hosted by Columbia Journal with a stellar roster of luminaries, upstarts and hot-shots from the literary magazine landscape. The conversation will cover the changing role of the...
  • December 13    
    2017 marks the centennial year of genius poet Gwendolyn Brooks, born on June 7, 1917. Brooks was the first African American to win a Pulitzer Prize for any literary genre.
  • December 13    
    A woman is trapped in a suffocating and inhuman world, her only choices defined by men. Desperate to escape, she dares to pursue increasingly reckless forms of protest
  • December 14    
    This conversation with artists Brendan Fernandes and Aliza Nisenbaum, moderated by Joshua Cohen, Assistant Professor, African Art History, The City College of New York, revisits the work of Amedeo...
  • December 14    
    A woman is trapped in a suffocating and inhuman world, her only choices defined by men. Desperate to escape, she dares to pursue increasingly reckless forms of protest
  • December 14    
    December’s residency features ICE’s pianist’s brainchild, the UNcaged Toy Piano Festival, as well as the world premiere performance of Wojtek Blecharz’ Music for Invisible...
  • December 15    
    Featuring Axion Estin Foundation Chanters
  • December 15    
    Sing along with Orchestra of St. Luke's at this Hell's Kitchen holiday tradition, featuring many of your favorite songs and carols. 
  • December 15    
    A woman is trapped in a suffocating and inhuman world, her only choices defined by men. Desperate to escape, she dares to pursue increasingly reckless forms of protest
  • December 15    
    December’s residency features ICE’s pianist’s brainchild, the UNcaged Toy Piano Festival, as well as the world premiere performance of Wojtek Blecharz’ Music for Invisible...

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