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Two television programs created by School of the Arts alumni, Making a Murderer and House of Cards, have received multiple Emmy Award nominations. more
School of the Arts almuna Alicia Maria Meier ’15 and current student Amanda Lee Koe have been awarded 2016 PEN/Heim Translation Fund Gran more
  Jessica Segall ‘10 was recently awarded a 2016 Rema Hort Mann Community Engagement Grant. more
Clarence Coo ’10, Migdalia Cruz '84, Winter Miller '03, and Melisa Tien '09 have all been awarded New York Foundation of the Arts Artists’ Fellowships in the 2016 Playwriting/Screenwriting category to support their continued work as playwrights. more
  Hammaad Chaudry ’14 is one of three playwrights to be awarded the New Dramatist Edward and Sally Van Lier Playwriting fellowship. Chaudry is originally from Edinburgh, Scotland. more
  Playwriting Concentration Head David Henry Hwang has been named the chair of the American Theatre Wing, the non-profit theater organization that founded more
Recent graduate Clara Roquet ’16 won the 2016 BAFTA US Student Film Award for her short film El Adiós, which she wrote and directed as part of her MFA coursework at the Columbia University Film Program. more
The Columbia University School of the Arts graduate Film Program proudly announces the 2016 Columbia Blue List. more
Professor Richard Ford, has been awarded the 2016 Princess of Asturias award for literature. more
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