Carl Cofield Nominated for NAACP Award
Recent graduate Carl Cofield ('14) has received a nomination in the local Best Director category from the NAACP Theatre Awards for his world premiere production of One Night in Miami, written by Kemp Powers and produced by LA-based company Rogue Machine earlier this year.
05-Sep-14Fall 2014 Public Programs Calendar Now Available
With every season of Public Programs, Columbia University School of the Arts offers a lively forum for the exchange of ideas among practitioners, students, scholars and the public.This fall, you're invited to join the conversation.
**ENDED** CUriosity3 | Bacteria in Art and Science
From 30-Oct-13 8:00 pm through 9:30 pm
Pupin Hall, Rm 301
**NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS ENDED**
CUriosity3 at Columbia University presents
Bacteria in Art and Science
Wed, Oct 30, 8:00 PM
Pupin Hall, Room 301(538 W 120th St)
A conversation between Christina Agapakis, Synthetic Biologist at University of California, Los Angeles; Shahid Naeem, Professor of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology at Columbia University; Natalie Jermemijenko, Professor of Visual Art at New York University; and Molly Heron, New York Artist.
CUriosity3 is a free public seminar program addressing the intersection between Arts and Science with the goal of initiating discussions and debate around the common ground of creative practice and scientific discovery. For further events in this series visit our website: bit.ly/CUriosity3 or follow us on Facebook facebook.com/CUriosity3 and Twitter @CUriosity3Talks. Join the conversation on Twitter #CUriosityColumbia.