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  Over the past couple of weeks School of the Arts students, alumni, faculty, and staff have been busy at work, publishing stories, giving interviews, and, in the case of one faculty member, receiving a lifetime-achievement award from the Paris Review. more
Photo by Mark Franklin                          Friday, November 11 is Veteran’s Day, and Columbia veterans are marking the occasion with various more
  Three new plays, made in collaboration between the Class of 2018 Directors, Dramaturges, and Playwrights, will run in rep at the Schapiro Theatre from Nov. 11 – 13. more
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. Meg Turner is a first-year student in the Visual Arts Program. What themes or subjects are you currently addressing in your work? more
  This November, a number of School of the Arts playwrights will see staged productions across the city.  A new work by Matt Barbot (’17), El Coqui Espactacular and the Bottle of Doom more
Pulitzer Prize-winner and School of the Arts Associate Professor Lynn Nottage opened her new latest play, Sweat, at The Public Theater on Oct. 18. more
Writing Program alumna and adjunct professor Mia Alvar ’07 was awarded the 2016 Kafka Prize for her debut story collection In the Country more
Over the past couple of weeks School of the Arts students, alumni, faculty, and staff have been busy at work publishing stories and poems, giving talks – and, in the case of one beloved Writing Program Professor, becoming the first American to win the Man Booker Prize more
  Columbia’s graduating class of MFA actors will appear in a pair of thesis productions at Teatro LATEA at The Clementé for two consecutive weekends, November 9-12 and 16-19. more
  Film Program Almnua Sarna Lapine (’09) directed Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Pulitzer Prize–winning Sunday in the Park with George more
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