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The School of the Arts Theatre Program is pleased to announce the appointment of James Calleri as a full-time faculty member. Calleri, a well-known casting director, joins the program as associate professor of professional practice in the Acting concentration. more
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Beau Willimon ('99 CC, '03 SOA) addresses the 2015 graduates as Dean Carol Becker looks on. more
Deborah Eisenberg, a fiction professor in the School of the Arts Writing Program, was named the 2015 winner of the PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence in the Short Story this week. more
Start-of-semester icebreakers are common in college courses, especially in classes like creative writing, where students who know a little about each other hope to become incisive and insightful readers of each other's work. From these introductions, students might expect to learn the basics about their classmates: where they grew up, what their majors are, what they are writing about. more
David Pablos, who studied in the Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program, will screen his second feature film, Las Elegidas or, The Chosen Ones, in the prestigious Un Certain Regard category of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. Arguably one of the biggest events on the film calendar, this year’s festival will run from May 13 to 24. more
The Tony Award nominations for 2015 are out, and Columbia University School of the Arts alumni, faculty and students have contributed to 11 of the nominated shows. more
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