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Carl Cofield ('14) recently won a NAACP Theatre Award for Local Best Director  for his world premiere production of One Night in Miami, written by Kemp Powers and produced by LA-based company Rogue Machine earlier this year.< more
Murder of a Cat, written by alumni Robert Snow ('10) and Christian Magalhaes ('10), and produced by filmmaker Sam Raimi (Spiderman trilogy, 30 Days of Night, The Grudge, Xena: Warrior Princess) will release in theaters on December 5, 2014. more
I knew Mark when I was an MFA student in poetry at CU in the late 70s, but he was also my dissertation advisor in the PhD program at the U of Utah in the early 80s, as well as a squash partner and frequent fellow diner. more
Mark Strand, 80, Dies; Pulitzer-Winning Poet Laureate // The New York Times News Verse: Robert Pinsky // The New York Times more
Mark Strand, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, former United States poet laureate and Columbia professor who published 13 volumes of poetry, died on November 29. He was 80 years old. more
This year's Miami Beach art fairs—Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Project, Art Miami, NADA, more
Free Step-by-Step Legal Guide to Estate Planning to Benefit Artists and Those Who Care for Their Estates New York, November 24, 2014—When Pablo Picasso died in 1973 at the age of 91, he left behind a fortune in art and assets—but no will. more
The Magic Flute is one of the most well-known operas in the world. With its fairy-tale overtones of good and evil, its love stories and musical themes, including the notoriously challenging Queen of the Night Aria, it appeals to a wide audience. It is one of the world's most frequently performed operas, and it is often used to introduce children to operatic form. more
Love Hunter, written and directed by brothers and Film alumni Nemanja Bala (‘06) and Branislav Bala (‘01), had a limited week-long theatrical release on November 14 at the Quad Cinema, New York, after completing a successful festival run.   more
Find out more about our Summer 2015 course offerings in Writing: Travel Writing / Writing Children's Books / Writing the Young Adult Novel / How to Write Funny / Fiction Workshop / Poetry Workshop / Nonfiction Workshop / Short Prose Forms / More than Memoir / Reading Fiction for Craft. more
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