Opening Ceremony of the Columbia University Middle East Research Center (Amman, Jordan)
  • King Hussein mosque, Amman
King Hussein mosque, Amman
To mark the opening of the Columbia University Mideast Research Center in Amman, Jordan, the School of the Arts commissioned several pieces from the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies for the global center.  learn more

Global Programs

Columbia University School of the Arts Global Programs are designed to create opportunities for international artistic exchange and dialogue between people from vastly different regions and circumstances around the world.

School of the Arts Global Programs offer an array of experiences -- several in partnership with Columbia University's Office of Global Centers and Office of Global Programs -- including international arts collaborations; exhibitions, film festivals, and conferences; arts workshops, seminars, master classes and credit-bearing courses; public arts programs for local communities; student and faculty exchanges and residencies; and many other unique opportunities for global collaboration and outreach.

Since launching in 2009, the school's Global Programs have sponsored formal collaborations in China, France, Italy, Jordan, and Uganda. Faculty and students have traveled and worked in multiple countries and regions from Gaza to Leipzig to Cannes. Highlights of 2012/13 include the expansion of our global Literary Translation program, a painting intensive and literary translation seminar at Columbia's Global Center for Europe in Paris, Cinema Studies in Cuba, a travel writing course in Amman, Jordan, and new collaborations in film and writing in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, among others.
Global Programs
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Columbia University School of the Arts offers MFA degrees in Film, Theatre, Visual Arts, and Writing, an MA degree in Film Studies, a joint JD/MFA degree in Theatre Management & Producing, a PhD degree in Theatre History, Literature, and Theory, and an interdisciplinary program in Sound Arts.