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Visual Arts MFA student Iris Hu ’17 has been awarded a 2016 Soros Fellowship for New Americans. The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans awarded 30 fellowships who were selected for their potential to make significant contribution to US society, culture or their academic field and vary from different backgrounds and professional fields. more
 
Hilton Als, Associate Professor in Writing, has been named a finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize in Criticism for his work in The New Yorker. more
 
The 2016 Lucille Lortel Award nominations for off-Broadway theatre have been announced, and Theatre Program alumni and faculty are well represented among the nominees. more
 
Alex Lippard’s ’02 new musical, Queen of Mean: The Rise and Fall of Leona Helmsley, received a staged reading at the Actor’s Temple on April 4 and April 7 featuring four-time Tony nominee Tovah Feldshuh. Lippard wrote the book with David Lee, who also wrote the lyrics, with additional lyrics by Lippard; the music is by Ron Passaro more
 
Faculty member James Calleri cast the critically acclaimed new series The Path, which premiered this week on Hulu. more
 
This year, many Columbia alumni, faculty, and current students saw their work published and honored, including several graduates who published books for the first time. Some of these accomplishments have been highlighted in the list below. more
 
Five School of the Arts alumni have received 2016 Guggenheim Fellowships: Marina Adams ‘83 in Fine Arts; Jesse Ball '04 in Fiction; Edmund Campion '93 in Music Composition; Amanda Petrusich '03 in General Nonfiction; and Sue de Beer '98 for Fine Arts.   more
 
Our alumni, students and faculty have had another truly amazing year in the Film Program. Here are the highlights of our most exciting news that include many projects that you probably binge-watched (Making a Murderer, we know you watched it). more
 
Our alumni, students and faculty have had another truly amazing year in the Film Program. Here are the highlights of our most exciting news that include many projects that you probably binge-watched (Making a Murderer, we know you watched it). more
 
Our alumni, students and faculty have had another truly amazing year in the Film Program. Here are the highlights of our most exciting news that include many projects that you probably binge-watched (Making a Murderer, we know you watched it). more
 
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