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This month at Classic Stage Company, Directing alumna Tyne Rafaeli (’14) collaborates with Columbia graduate actors on the Young Company production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. more
Unfuhgetabol, 2014, cardboard, paper, birch bark, stickers and collage on paper   OFFICE OF COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND EDUCATION | EXHIBITION more
Once again, Columbia filmmakers marked their presence at the 2015 Berlinale, one of the most reputed film festivals and media events in the world. more
Imagine that you're a writer, going about your writerly business on a day like any other, when you hear news so good it might seem unreal: Out of the blue, just because some people like your work, you've received a major award that carries an unrestricted grant of $150,000. more
"A Thirsty Person, Having Found a Spring, Stops to Drink, Does Not contemplate Its Beauty" / Jessica Segall   The New York Foundation for the Arts (NY more
Alumna Mary Prendergast ('93 GS, '98 SOA) was the associate producer on the critically acclaimed film Finding Vivian Maier, which was nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the 87th Academy Awards. more
Philip Levine, a former Columbia professor and U.S. poet laureate, died on February 14 in Fresno, California, at the age of 87. more
Name: Emily Comisar ('16)   Concentration: more
Digital Storytelling Strategy, an innovative, high-level seminar first presented last fall in a groundbreaking partnership between Columbia University School of the Arts and Columbia Business School Executive Education, will be offered for a second time this spring on April 30. more
This March Columbia University students and affiliates will gather at Broadway hotspot 54 Below for an evening of songs ranging from classics to brand new work. more
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