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MFA Directing candidate Christopher Murrah (’15) has been honored with a Princess Grace Foundation Theater Honorarium award this year. more
The Poetry Society of America has awarded both of its 2014 New York Chapbook Fellowships to Columbia writers: student Max Ritvo and Eva Saavedra ('11). Each fellow was selected as a winner by a distinguished poet; winning the awards means that the fellows will have books published by the society and will win a monetary award of $1,000. more
This September marks the second year that Columbia Global Centers | Europe in Paris and the Bibliothèque nationale de France have partnered on the Festival des Écrivains du Monde, a celebration of global literature. more
Columbia faculty and students were in collaboration at the Getty Villa in Los Angeles this summer with the SITI Company outdoor production of Persians. more
Faculty member Matthew Buckingham more
This fall, Visual Arts Mentor and former Mellon Visiting Artist, Matthew Ritchie, will show work at the Andrea Rosen Gallery in New York and appear as a guest speaker at more
Fourth year Film MFA student, Johnny Ma, has made his mark yet again at the Toronto International Film Festival, 2014. more
Innovative Collaboration Between Columbia University School of the Arts and Columbia Business School more
Kristopher Jansma ('06), a graduate of Columbia's fiction concentration, was awarded the 2014 Sherwood Anderson Foundation's Fiction Award on September 2 for his debut novel, The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards (Viking 2013, Penguin 2014). more
The 2014 Toronto International Film Festival showcases nine short and feature length films from Columbia students, alumni and faculty. TIFF is recognized as one of the most prestigious festivals in the world. This year's TIFF runs from September 4 - 14.  more
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