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Patrice Renee Washington ’14 Explores Identity Through Ceramics

Visual Arts alumna Patrice Renee Washington ’14 is presenting Tendril, a profound solo exhibition that explores identity through sculpture and ceramics. Hosted at the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University, the exhibition runs through July 14, 2024.

Alum Tenzin Dickie ’14 discusses their journey as an artist and creator.

At the 36th annual Columbia Film Festival (CUFF), Interim Dean Sarah Cole announced that the festival will be renamed the Miloš Forman/Michael Hausman Columbia University Film Festival, after former Film Chair, Miloš Forman and former professor Michael Hausman, who both had a hand in shaping the Film Program as it exists today.

First-year Visual Arts student Rama Ghanem has been awarded a summer research fellowship through the Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life.

Writing Alumna Jackie Thomas-Kennedy '06 has sold her debut novel, The Thirteenth Wife, to Viking.

Power, a film edited and co-written by Adjunct Assistant Professor Ian Olds ’06, recently premiered at the IFC Center and is now available for streaming on Netflix.

Several School of the Arts alumni have been nominated for the inaugural 2024 Gotham TV Awards, celebrating excellence in television across various categories.

Last week, our beloved colleague and friend Lenore DeKoven passed away peacefully in her home, surrounded by loved ones.

Playwriting alumna Maria Alexandria Beech ’07 (GS ’98) will see her latest screenplay, Constance, transition from page to screen this summer.

From memoirs to history to literary theory, we've got you covered with this diverse list of books.

Adjunct Assistant Professor Omer Friedlander has been shortlisted for the William Saroyan International Prize for Writing for his short-story collection The Man Who Sold Air in the Holy Land (Random House, 2022).

Stage Management alumna Rachel A. Zucker ’17 has been announced as the production stage manager for the Broadway transfer of Max Wolf Friedlich’s play Job.

The Prince Fellowship, in association with Columbia University School of the Arts, announces that applications are now open for the 2024 Fellowship program.

The 58th edition of the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, Central and Eastern Europe’s premier cinema event, has announced its official selection, which includes films by two School of the Arts alumni: Nelicia Low ’18 and George Sikharulidze '17.

Writing alumna Kimberly King Parsons ’10 has published her debut novel, We Were the Universe. The novelis an exploration of sisterhood, motherhood, friendship, marriage, psychedelics, and the many strange, transcendent shapes love can take.

Winners of the 2024 Drama Desk Awards were announced this week, and Dramaturgy alumna Cha Ramos '21 has won the awardfor Outstanding Fight Choreography in Water for ElephantsThe Drama Desk nominees included two other Columbia alumni.

Theatre alumnus Jeremy Blocker ’08 is leaving New York Theatre Workshop this summer to join Audible as their new head of live creative producing, the leading creator and provider of audio storytelling. 

Acting alumna Amber Chardae Robinson ’15 appears as a series regular on Apple TV’s Palm Royale, which premiered in March, 2024 and has just been renewed for a second season this month.

The results of the 2024 Tony Awards have been announced, and several projects involving the work of Columbia theatre artists are among the winners.

The 30th annual Palm Springs International ShortFest, running from June 18 to 24, 2024, will feature an incredible number of short films by Columbia filmmakers.

Writing alumna E.J. Koh ’13 has won the 2024 NYPL Young Lions Award for her novel, The Liberators (Tin House Books, 2023). 

The 23rd annual Tribeca Festival announced the winners in its competition categories at an awards ceremony at Racket NYC, and several Columbia alumni are among the honorees. 

Visual Arts alumna Patrice Renee Washington ’14 is presenting Tendril, a profound solo exhibition that explores identity through sculpture and ceramics. Hosted at the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University, the exhibition runs through July 14, 2024.

Acting alumnus Isaiah Dòdó-Williams ’22 has been selected as part of the 2024 Disney Television Discovers: Talent Showcase.

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