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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. Nicholas Samuel Heskes is a student in the Visual Arts Program.

What themes or subjects are you currently addressing in your work?
 
Current student, Ari Rodriguez directs Hair this March at The Connelly Theater for his directing thesis.
Periodically, we’ll be spotlighting various student organizations within Columbia’s School of the Arts. For this edition, we spoke with the Interdisciplinary Arts Council (IAC), a group that advocates on behalf of the entire School of the Arts body, provides funding, and hosts events with the aim of bringing students from different disciplines together.
Current student, Pálína Jónsdóttir directs her adaptation of Babette’s Feast, this March at The Connelly Theater for her theatre directing thesis.
 
The Classic Stage Company’s Young Company, comprised of actors from the Columbia MFA Acting Class of 2017, brings
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. Phoebe Osborne is a first-year student in the Visual Arts Program.

What themes or subjects are you currently addressing in your work?
Periodically, we’ll be spotlighting various student organizations within Columbia’s graduate Writing Program. For this edition, we spoke with CA/T, a group that enables students in the Writing Program to teach writing classes in local high schools, at Columbia, and beyond.
 
Over the past couple of weeks, School of the Arts alumni, faculty, and current students have been busy publishing stories, poems, essays and, in the case of one adjunct faculty member, a new book. Read more in our biweekly roundup of news about Columbia writers.

Jenessa Abrams, current student
 
Current students, Inés Braun directs Euripdes’ Alkestis, translated by Anne Carso
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