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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. Jacqueline Leigh Silberbush is a second-year student in the Visual Arts Program. What themes or subjects are you currently addressing in your work? more
This November, Playwriting Concentration Head David Henry Hwang’s television writing talents will be showcased with the release of season three of The Affair. As a writer and producer for the show, Hwang is part of the six person writing team who collaboratively developed the storylines for season three. more
Jason Jacobs (‘05) directed Lavender Songs; A Queer Cabaret In Weimar Berlin, at the Playroom Theater. The show ran from November 3 – 13. more
  Over the past couple of weeks School of the Arts students, alumni, faculty, and staff have been busy at work, publishing stories, translations, and books and giving interviews. Read more in our biweekly roundup of work by Columbia Writers. more
Once again Columbians have come together to change lives that change the world. more
Visual Arts Alum, Megan Foster ‘02 is featured at the Black & White Gallery this winter. The exhibition, Illuminating, will show from October 28th to December 23rd, 2016. more
Rachel Chavkin ’08 directs Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812. more
School of the Arts playwrighting alumna Daaimah Mubashshir ‘15 was awarded a fall 2016 MacDowell Fellowship, alongside theate more
Film alumnus Toby Fell-Holden’s ‘13 short film Balcony won the coveted Iris Prize this November. The Iris Prize Festival is is the largest LGBT short film festival in the world. more
Film alumnus Johnny Ma’s ‘14 new feature Old Stone will premiere at the IFC Center on November 30, 2016, followed by a national rollout campaign. more
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