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By Alix Sobler   Platonov might not be Anton Chekhov’s best-known play, but Robin A. Eriksen (Directing ‘17) is looking forward to getting people talking about it. more
Department News: The Visual Arts Program appointed interdisciplinary artist Leeza Meksin and painter Aliza Nisenbaum to the faculty as full-time members. more
by Courtney Cilman “Meet the Makers” is a profile series highlighting the experiences of current Film students and faculty here at Columbia more
By Alix Sobler   A new adaptation of Bertolt Brecht’s A Respectable Wedding will open at Columbia this weekend as part of a second-year directing project. The play, directed by Matthew Trucano (Directing ‘17) was conceived by Trucano and Ellen Steves (Playwriting ‘17), and written by Steves. more
  Come Together Curated by Tomas Vu Exhibition / November 4 - December 2, 2015 Reception / Friday, November 6, 5-7 pm more
Visual Arts alumnus Lior Shvil’s (’10) PROTOCOLS is being exhibited at Art in General’s 6th Floor Gallery through November 21. more
This past year brought continued success to many writers in the Columbia community. more
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