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Sha Huang
“Stay With ME” is an interactive installation comprising multiple muscle sensors, computer programming language, generative graphics, and multiple projections.
Shepard Hall 305, May 3rd, 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Raki Malhotra
“THESIS a site-responsive durational (2017-2019) performance work that gives meaning to the time that I have spent in graduate school. It is a meta-critique about the experience; exploring how I am socialized/habituated as a student and as a human who needs to function to be a part of society as a whole”.
May 6th, Grand Ave, Brooklyn, 4:30pm – open ended
May 11th Para\\el Performance Space event invitation here

Christine Sloan Stoddard
“Poemario: Tierra Madre, El Salvador” is an artist-in-residence project at the CCNY Cohen Library Archives Gallery showing the connections between the causes for El Salvador’s civil war and the making of a bicultural woman in the United States. The project, whose Spanish- language title translates to “Book of Poems: Motherland,” integrates performance, text, sculpture, photography, and video.
CCNY, Cohen Library 5th floor, May 7-June 3,  opening reception is May 22nd, 5-7 p.m

Woojin Lee
Officescapes is an interdisciplinary installation divided into six different sectors that, as a whole, resemble a corporate meta-narrative system. The installation is composed of sculpture, two-channel videos, animated characters, and a shared Google Docs press release.
May 11th – May 17th Opening Reception – Saturday, May 11th, 6-9pm  The Wiggle Room 320 W, 23rd St.  New York, NY 10011

The [DIAP] MFA is committed to and supports racial justice activism as an enlivened and publicly engaged dialogue that explores artistic practices to change society. We are proud to be part of a vital campus that can be an instrument of change to push our society toward greater inclusivity and equity.

On June 9th at 1 PM the office of CCNY’s president and CCNY’s Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership is organizing an important conversation about this moment of protest and the movements for racial justice

Uprising in Context: The Struggle for Racial Justice in the United States