The Gallatin Arts Festival (GAF) is a week-long, community-wide celebration of the unique artistry and interdisciplinary scholarship of students at NYU's Gallatin School. The festival features student work in the visual and performing arts and serves as a galvanizing force and springboard for action and discussion through the creation and presentation of artistic work.
Monday, April 7 6:30-8:30
Featuring visual art by William Belknap, Michael Beuttler, Mali Bowers, Grace Chen, Kareem Collie, Jackie Danziger, Vanessa De Horsey, Jamie Denberg, Sarah Doody, Jourdan Enriquez, Sasha Frovola, Cassidy George, Tanya Gupta, Emma Hearne, Laura Hetzel, Jihan Kikhia, Jennifer Leevan, Evan Lorberbaum, Aimee Mosseri, Elena Mudd, Madeline Park, Joe Saunders, Alexa Schaeffer, Morgan Seiler, Luke Smithers, Adam Sperry, Sofia Szamosi, Rachel Wang, Miakka Wood, and Sydney Zwicker.
The visual arts presentation as well as “The Sound Station,” sound art curated by Professor Nina Katchadourian, will be on display throughout the week in the Gallatin Galleries.
Tuesday, April 8 4:00-5:00pm
Live Installation in the Gallery, “The Evolution of Leadership” by Jessica Harris
Interactive Dance Workshop led by Mia DiChiaro in Gallery (RSVP required)
Dance: choreography by Megan Foy, Nicole Robertson, Jesse Phillips-Fein, and Ana Karimi
Theater: “Odysseus Fantasy” by Harry Buckoke and “Hayy Ibn Yaqzan: The Self-Taught Philosopher” by Connor Sedlacek
Wednesday, April 9
7:00pm Theater: “Shakesparody” by Charlie Kennedy and “Scapegrace Prince” by Elizabeth Pollack
Theater: “Mickey and the Bear” by Annabelle Attanasio
Thursday, April 10 12:30pm
Theater: “Between Beyonce & Josephine” by Ashley Thaxton and “Rap on Race” by Kevin Vavasseur followed by panel discussion “Identity & Culture”