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  Dana Lok ’15, Victoria Roth ’14 and August Vollbrecht ’15 participated in In the Mix, the inaugural exhibition at Brooklyn’s new Hometown Gallery. more
 
The Lark recently held a reading of Playwriting alumnus Clarence Coo’s ’10 play as part of its 2016 Rita Goldberg Playwrights’ Reading Series. more
 
David Pablos’s second feature film, Las elegidas (The Chosen Ones), won five prizes at the 58th annual Ariel Awards, including best picture. The Ariels, handed out by the Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences, are the most prestigious awards in the Mexican film industry. more
 
Playwriting alumna Talya Chalef ’13 is the director/deviser of the first installment of The Port/Cities Project, which recently premiered in New York. more
 
Martin Pousson ‘99 has published his second novel, Black Sheep Boy, with Rare Bird Books. A collection of linked narratives centered around a young queer man coming of age in the Bayou lands of Louisiana, the “novel in stories” introduces the reader to a diverse band of characters who all haunt the unnamed main character’s struggle to get out. more
 
Film department professor Ira Deutchman will begin adapting the classic film Hester Street into a musical. more
 
By Kristina Tate   Columbia alumnus David Brooks 09’s solo exhibition, Continuous Service Altered Daily, is now on view at more
 
Patrice Aphrodite Helmar has been received a 2016 Project Award from the Rasmuson Foundation. more
 
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