Columbia Arts Now
In March, 2020 all events were canceled or postponed due to the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. However, artists did not stop creating. Below are a number of events, announcements, interviews, and more with Columbia artists who have taken to the virtual world to keep on creating and connecting.
Five Columbia Artists Featured in ‘100 Drawings from Now’
Five Columbia Artists Featured in ‘100 Drawings from Now’January 12, 2021
The exhibition “provides a snapshot of artistic production during a period of profound global unrest that has resulted from the ongoing health and economic crises, as well as a surge of activism in response to systemic racism, social injustice, and police brutality in the United States,” according tread more
Theatre Student Alison Savino Co-Produces Multimedia Project 'Time (Is)'
Theatre Student Alison Savino Co-Produces Multimedia Project 'Time (Is)'January 7, 2021
Time (Is) is a multimedia project weaving together original poetry, documentary filmmaking, movement, and music to delve into the lived experiences of persons of color during this era of social unrest and COVID-19.read more
Professor Aliza Nisenbaum's Work in Tate Liverpool Exhibition
Professor Aliza Nisenbaum's Work in Tate Liverpool ExhibitionDecember 14, 2020
Nisenbaum’s latest paintings capture the faces of some of Liverpool’s most essential workers: the NHS staff from Merseyside who have unwaveringly served their communities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.read more
Playwriting Alumna Kate Mulley '16 Writes Multi-Part Instagram Play 'Damascus. It's in Syria.'
Playwriting Alumna Kate Mulley '16 Writes Multi-Part Instagram Play 'Damascus. It's in Syria.'November 10, 2020
Damascus is told via “the video diary of a woman traveling back in time and imagining what her life would have been if she had moved to Damascus for a guy who didn’t love her in the year before the Syrian Civil War.”read more
Assistant Professor Aliza Nisenbaum, Professor Rirkrit Tiravanija, and Adjunct Assistant Professor Gina Beavers are featured alongside Alumni Uri Aran ’07 and Mika Rottenberg ’04 in the group exhibition 100 Drawings from Now in New York, NY at The Drawing Center.read more
Short Plays by Theatre Alumnus Jeffrey James Keyes '10 Adapted for Podcast
Short Plays by Theatre Alumnus Jeffrey James Keyes '10 Adapted for PodcastOctober 9, 2020
The plays unfold in a supernatural, paranormal realm, and they are designed to be heard via headphones for maximum auditory immersion.read more