The Department of Art & Public Policy welcomes many guests into our courses and events. Their contributions immensely expand our conversations and provide critical insights into the many articulations of Arts Politics.
Within our curriculum, New York City is often activated as a learning space. Students are guided in understanding the landscape of Arts Politics in the city via field trips and outings alongside coursework.
Below is a list of some of our most recent guests and organizations and institutions visited.
- Michael Alago, A&R executive producer
- Amir Baradaran, artist
- Ricardo Gamboa, M.A. Arts Politics Alum '13, artist & activist
- Ross Gay, poet
- Alexis Pauline Gumbs, writer
- Jon Henry, M.A. Arts Politics Alum '13, artist
- Joseph O. Legaspi, poet
- Beth Pickens, consultant
- Madeline Sayet, director
- Reverend Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou, activist & musician
- Negar Taymoorzadeh, academic
- Sangodare, artist
- Shouleh Vantanabadi, writer
- Marta Moreno Vega, artist & activist, organizer, founder of CCCADI
- Asian American Writers Workshop
- Brooklyn Museum
- Carribean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute
- National Museum of the American Indian
- Musuem of Modern Art (MoMA)
- Whitney Museum