Visual Arts alumna Huma Bhabha ('89) will participate in A Different Kind of Order, the fourth International Center of Photography (ICP) Triennial. The exhibit opens on May 17th and concludes on September 8th, 2013.more
Visual Arts alumnus David Brooks ('09 SOA) is currently presenting A Proverbial Machine in the Garden at Storm King Art Center in New Windsor, NY. The opening reception takes place May 4th, from 3 - 5 PM, and Brooks's work will be on view through November 2013.more
Rebecca Harris (‘97) is the winner of an IRNE (Independent Reviewers of New England) Award for her supporting role in the new play Mrs. Whitney by John Kolvenbach, at Merrimack Repertory Theatre last year.
Other MRT credits include Fabuloso and The Missionary Position.more
This exhibit at Maison Française and The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies at Columbia University, open until May 4, features seventy works of visual arts (paintings, drawings, photographs) about the Cambodian genocide under the Khmer Rouge, made by the great contemporary artists Vann Nath and Séra (both survivors of the genocide), as well as works by emerging artists who were invited to create artworks evoking the genocide during three "memory workshops" held at Bophana Center between 2008 and 2012.more
The Theatre Program at Columbia University School of the Arts is excited to announce that Peter Lawrence, a member of the adjunct faculty in the Stage Management Concentration, has been selected by The Tony Awards Administration Committee to receive 2013 Tony Honors for Excellence in the Theatre.more
James Ponsoldt ('05 SOA) is teaming up with the prestigious Weinstein Company (Silver Linings Playbook, The Master, The Artist) to write an adaptation of the musical Pippin and to adapt and direct Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock, the upcoming novel by Silver Linings Playbook author Matthew Quick.
Forgive me, Leonard Peacock revolves around a young man who plots his friend's homicide and his own suicide by his grandfather's pistol.