The Program of Dance and Movement kicks off the new year with its seventh annual inspireDANCE Festival. The festival, which begins Wednesday, January 25, and takes place over six days, will feature more than 30 master classes, workshops, and performances. This year’s headliner is Dance Heginbotham, a rising contemporary dance company from New York City.
2017: Celebrating 100 Years of New York State Women’s Right to Vote is a year-long celebration of women’s suffrage in the state.
Author Joy DeGruy, who will deliver this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Address, is the latest in a long line of exceptional luminaries in the civil rights field to speak at the University. A fuller list of past speakers is found on the Office of Minority Student Affairs website. Marc Morial  President of the National […]
Events across the University mark Monday’s MLK celebrations, and renowned author, educator, and activist Joy DeGruy will deliver the University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Address on Friday, January 27.
Underpinning this year’s theme are a selection of topics that discuss the future of medicine, technology, and healthcare policy as they relate to aging Americans. This national forum will be held at The New York Academy of Sciences, at the World Trade Center in New York City.
The 11th annual “Russian-American Friendship Concert,” presented by the Eastman Community Music School, will feature a diverse program of vocal and instrumental works by Russian composers.
Scholarship recipient Alicia Rosser ’17 performs in this year’s concert, celebrating the legacy of William Warfield and promoting opportunities for African-American artists pursuing a career in vocal performance through advanced training at the Eastman School of Music.
On Display, a “deconstructed art exhibit,” explores the diversity of the human form. The piece been performed around the world and had its Rochester premiere at the Memorial Art Gallery in October. A December performance is planned at the Disability Studies Cluster conference.