Public Programs

Public Programs

With every season of Public Programs, Columbia University School of the Arts offers a lively forum for the exchange of ideas among practitioners, students, scholars and the public. This spring, you're invited to join the conversation. more→

The Spring 2015 Public Programs calendar is here! Download a print-friendly version or view the online calendar.
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Featured
Bill T. Jones
 
COMMUNITY OUTREACH & EDUCATION | CONVERSATION
Story/Time
Conversation with Bill T. Jones
and Carol Becker
Thurs, Apr 9, 6:30 pm

Altschul Auditorium
 
Acclaimed dancer, choreographer, and director Bill T. Jones reflects on his art and life as he discusses with Carol Becker the genesis of Story/Time.
 
 
 
Upcoming Events
 
 
VISUAL ARTS | EXHIBITION
MFA First Year Show
Mar 30 - Apr 11; Opening Reception: Fri, Mar 27, 6 - 8 pm
Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery: Schermerhorn Hall, 8th Fl
 
 
Word for Word 2015
 
WRITING | READING
Word for Word

Wed, Apr 1, 7 pm

Dodge Hall, Rm 501
 
 
 
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NEWS // 1971 Coming to Theatres
posted February 3, 2015
 
Johanna Hamilton's 1971, which was produced by Film faculty Maureen Ryan ('92) and adjunct Marilyn Ness, comes to theatres this week. The film screened in fall 2014, as part of the season of Public Programs. Watch the full video below.
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NEWS // Bernofsky, Mizrahi Keep the Flute Magic
posted November 21, 2014
 
The Magic Flute is one of the most well-known operas in the world. With its fairy-tale overtones of good and evil, its love stories and musical themes, including the notoriously challenging Queen of the Night Aria, it appeals to a wide audience. It is one of the world's most frequently performed operas, and it is often used to introduce children to operatic form.

Still, despite its popularity, The Magic Flute rests on dated values and assumptions, which presented a challenge for designer Isaac Mizrahi and literary translator Susan Bernofsky (Faculty) when they created a new production of the opera.
 
 
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VIDEO // Geographies of Incarceration: A 21st-Century Teach-In
posted October 3, 2013
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