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The Seven, written by Will Power, was presented by MFA Directing candidate Carl Cofield as part of the 2013-14 Columbia Stages season. The show ran February 12-15 at the Connelly Theatre in downtown Manhattan.
The Writing Program's 2013-14 Nonfiction Dialogues series welcomed writers Diane McWhorter, Geoffrey O'Brien, Ted Conover and Judith Thurman to Columbia University School of the Arts. This marked the eighth season of the student-initiated evening series, in which Professor Lis Harris interviews distinguished nonfiction writers about their work and careers.
The Physicists, written by Friedrich Dürrenmatt and translated by James Kirkup, was part of the 2013-14 Columbia Stages season. MFA candidate Sina Heiss directed the show, which ran from January 22 - 25, 2014.
Pale Fire ran from January 21 - February 27, 2014 in the LeRoy Neiman Gallery at Columbia University School of the Arts. It was organized by Anna Glantz and Victoria Roth, both MFA candidates at the time.
On October 3, 2013, the School of the Arts Office of Community Outreach and Education, in collaboration with the Center for the Study of Law and Culture, Institute for Research in African American Studies and MAPP International, presented Geographies of Incarceration: A 21st-Century Teach-In, at Teachers College in the Cowin Theater.
On Sept 17, 2013, Columbia University School of the Arts, in collaboration with GSAPP (Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation), The Heyman Center for the Humanities, South Asia Institute and Middle East Institute, and Women Creating Change, a global initiative of the Center for the Study of Social Difference
MoMA presents the installation work of Isaac Julien, a 2011 Mellon Visiting Artist & Thinker, from November 25, 2013 - February 17, 2014 in The Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium. Ten Thousand Waves (2011) is an immersive film installation projected onto nine double-sided screens arranged in a dynamic structure conceived especially for the Atrium.
This exhibit at Maison Française and The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies at Columbia University, open until May 4, features seventy works of visual arts (paintings, drawings, photographs) about the Cambodian genocide under the Khmer Rouge, made by the great contemporary artists Vann Nath and Séra (both survivors of the genocide), as well as works by emerging artists who were invited to create artworks evoking the genocide during three "memory workshops" held at Bophana Center between 2008 and 2012.