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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
 
Following in the success of previous years, Columbia filmmakers will once again showcase their work at the prestigious South by Southwest (SXSW) Festival in Austin, Texas, from March 13 to 21. Originally renowned for its music festival, SXSW has earned industry and audience plaudits in the last several years with its film festival and interactive conference. more
 
A short story by Professor Donald Antrim has won The New Yorker the 2015 National Magazine Award for Fiction. more
 
Poet Emily Fragos ('96), an adjunct professor at Columbia, was named a 2015 Witter Bynner Fellow earlier this month. The fellowship, which the United States poet laureate has awarded to two poets each year since 1998, carries an award of $10,000. more
 
Apply now for Summer courses in Film, Theatre, Visual Arts, Writing and more. Courses in NYC, Paris & Rio. more
 
Columbia acting graduate Eddie Ray Jackson (’12) stars in the world premiere of X’s and O’s (A Football Love Story), at Berkeley Repertory Theatre this month. more
 
Columbia filmmakers have done the school proud with yet another successful year at the Slamdance Film Festival, which took place between January 23 and 29 in Park City, Utah. more
 
Austin Flint, distinguished author, playwright and Columbia University professor, passed away on January 31, 2015. Flint was a pivotal figure in the Writing Program when it was administered by the School of General Studies and then later when it moved to the School of the Arts. more
 
The Unspeakable: And Other Subjects of Discussion (2014 Farrar, Straus and Giroux), the fourth book by alumna and adjunct faculty member Meghan Daum ('96), has been garnering positive notice since publishing late last year. more
 
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