The Monday Brief
December 13, 2018

A new academic building at the New York City of Technology is part of an ambitious building boom underway at CUNY, with more than 350 projects in the works across the University. ››

Hunter College's Fall 2018 MFA thesis exhibition, "A Certain Slant of Light," is on view at 205 Hudson St., through Jan. 9. ››

God's Love We Deliver needs volunteers to fulfill its mission of delivering thousands of nutritious meals to New Yorkers every day. ››

Dec. 17 | Hunter College

Hunter's Roosevelt House Exhibition, “My Most Important Task: Eleanor Roosevelt and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights," is on view through Dec. 21.  ››

Dec. 17 | Hunter College

Hunter's Roosevelt House presents a screening of the PBS documentary "They Call Us Monsters," a film about juvenile offenders. ››

Dec. 17 | Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College students of the electroacoustic music class perform new original works on electronic instruments. ››

Dec. 17 | Queensborough Community College

QCC Art Gallery hosts artist Wenzhi Zhang’s latest works in the current exhibition, "DAQI as Medium." ››

Dec. 17 | Queens College

Queens College Physics Fall Colloquium welcomes Andrea Alù from the Graduate Center's Advance Science Research Center. ››

Dec. 18 | Graduate Center

A free recital featuring musicians in the Graduate Center's music theory program perform in the Elebash Recital Hall. ››

Dec. 20 | Graduate Center

Guitarist Federico Diaz performs a solo recital as part of the Graduate Center's music performance program, in Elebash Recital Hall.  ››

Dec. 20 | Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College presents a student recital with saxophonist Benjamin Redzovic in the Leonard & Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts. ››

Dec. 23 | Lehman College

The Lehman College & Community Band will celebrate the holiday season with “Holiday Pops,” a concert featuring a mix of holiday music and classics for wind band. ››