2017

 
Sanford Biggers, associate professor in the Visual Arts program, has been named one of six recipients of the 2017 Rome Prize in visual arts.
 
Miya Masaoka, assistant professor in the Sound Arts department of the School of the Arts’s graduate Visual Arts program, will put on a on
The Student Spotlight series aims to highlight the work of current MFA students, asking them to share thoughts on their practice by answering curated and peer-submitted questions. Catalina Bestard Rotger is a first-year student in the Visual Arts Program
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Two alumni of the Writing Program, Erika Luckert ’16 and Diana Khoi Nguyen ’12, have been announced as winners of the 2017 Discovery/Boston Review Poetry Contest, which is put on jointly by the 92nd Street Y (92Y) and
 
Alumna Tara Ahmadinejad ‘14 directs Ski End, created by Piehole and with a cast including Columbia acting alumna
 
Alumnus Darko Tresnjak ’96 directs Anastasia on Broadway, which began previews on March 23 at the Broadhurst Theater.
 
 
The Columbia University Film Festival’s 17th annual Andrew Sarris Award will be presented to Benjamin Odell ’04, an alumnus of Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program.
Film Faculty Annette Insdorf published Intimations: The Cinema of Wojciech Has through Northwestern University Press this month. The book is being celebrated with related screenings at the Museum of Modern Art.
Professor Rob King published a new book this month. Hokum! Is published through the University of California press.
Current student Becca Plunkett’s thesis play A DollZes HoUse, takes place in a war-torn nation, when a power-hungry King forces his royal court to perform a heavily redacted version of A Doll’s House. The King’s favorite, Tulip, stars in the show as Nora, a role she’s been preparing for her entire life.
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