Events

See what's happening at the Graduate Center. Learn about upcoming talks, performances, seminars, conferences, and workshops.

See what's happening at the Graduate Center. Learn about upcoming talks, performances, seminars, conferences, and workshops.

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November 8 Tuesday

Credit

12:00 pm Online

The Office of Fellowships and Financial Aid invites you to attend a credit workshop. Gain knowledge regarding credit cards, credit reports, credit scores, and how to build and repair credit. Learn details about how to use credit cards aboard and...

Workshops

Internal Event

November 10 Thursday

Violão - Celebrating Sergio Assad and the Brazilian guitar

6:00 pm — 8:00 pm 1201: Elebash Recital Hall

In a partnership between the Brazilian Consulate in New York and the Center for Latin American, Latino and Caribbean at the CUNY Graduate Center "Violão" will showcase three of the most talented Brazilian guitarists of the new generation. Curated by Brazilian guitarist and educator João Luiz, the program will honor the legacy of acclaimed guitarist and composer Sérgio Assad in the year of his 70th birthday. Other highlights of the program will include works by Garoto and Bellinati.

Discussion

Open to the Public

November 11 Friday

LIVE@365 - A GLOBAL MUSIC SERIES: Ranky Tanky

7:00 pm 1201: Elebash Recital Hall

IN-PERSON ONLY EVENT The Grammy Award-winning group Ranky Tanky, rooted in South Carolina’s West-African Gullah community, has a sound described as “soulful honey to the ears” by NPR. Their release Good Time (a number one album on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz...

Performance

Open to the Public

November 15 Tuesday

Toni Bond: "Loosening our Tongues: Black Women, Sexuality, and the Black Church"

6:00 pm Online

Black women have been the backbone of the Black church. Yet, the Black church has played a pivotal role in promoting oppressive theological teachings that stigmatize reproductive and sexual freedom and bodily autonomy. Dr. Toni M. Bond will discuss the...

Lecture

Open to the Public