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Forty-nine new Visual Arts graduates and current students will be featured in Floating Point, a show at the Judith Charles Gallery, June 25 through July 3. The opening will take place on Thursday, June 25 from 6 to 8 pm, with a night of video and performance art set for Sunday, June 28, from 7 to 9 pm. Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels, current student more
 
Two decades ago, the poet Tracy K. Smith ('97), then in her early twenties, sat at the bedside of her dying mother. Alone in the room when it was over, she snipped a few strands of hair from the nape of her mother's neck. more
 
The largest film festival in North America, the Palm Springs International Shortfest is widely regarded as one of the top film festivals in the world and more
 
Susannah Nevison ('08) has been named the first winner of the Patricia Aakhus Award, which in the future will be bestowed annually for the best piece published in the Southern Indiana Review in a given year. more
 
Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program has announced the Los Angeles programming for the 28th annual Columbia University Film Festival (CUFF), to include a two-day ScriptConnect industry networking event and the CUFF Jury Selects Screening and reception. CUFF is a celebration of the work of current students in the graduate Film Program. more
 
Susan Bernofsky, director of the Literary Translation at Columbia program, has won two prizes for her translation of Ge more
 
Three writing program affiliates, poet Claudia Rankine ('93), adjunct professor Rob Spillman and current student Meg Matich, have won 2015 PEN American literary awards.   Rankine, who has received several honors for her collection Citizen (Graywolf 2014), was named the winner of the PEN American Open Book Award for a Distinguished Wor more
 
Sixteen of of last night’s 2015 Tony Awards went to productions that involved School of the Arts Theatre Program alumni, and professor Gene O’Donovan received a special Tony Honor. more
 
Sara Novic (’15) has published her first book, Girl At War (Random House). The novel tells the story of the 1991 dissolution of Yugoslavia from the viewpoint of a former child soldier. more
 
Three School of the Arts alumni were named winners at the 2015 Obie Awards in May: Film alumnus Ayad Akhtar ('02) and theatre alumni Darko Tresnjak ('98) and Kelley Girod ('08). more
 
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