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Professor and Alumni Included in Two-Part Group Exhibition
December 16, 2015

The work of faculty member Aliza Nisenbaum and alumni Michael Berryhill ’09, Sebastian Black ’12 and Nora Griffin ’11 are included in the two-part exhibition Intimacy in Discourse: Reasonable Sized and Unreasonable Sized Paintings.

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Four Columbia Alumni Receive San Francisco Film Society Grants
December 11, 2015

Three films by Columbia graduates are among the winners of the San Francisco Film Society’s biannual Kenneth Rainin Foundation filmmaking grant.

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Alumni Films Screen at MoMA Festival for Best Unreleased Films of 2015
December 11, 2015

Two films by three Columbia filmmakers are included in the Museum of Modern Art’s annual Best Film Not Playing at a Theatre Near You festival, which highlights the best films to appear on the year’s festival circuit that have not yet been picked up for theatrical release.

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Diane Paulus Makes Broadway History with Waitress
December 7, 2015

Diane Paulus ’97 will be making theater history this spring with the upcoming Broadway production of Waitress.

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5 + 1 Questions for Katie Naka ’13 about The Walking Dead Experience
December 7, 2015

Alumna Katie Naka ’13 is working on an interesting, immersive theatre production.

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Simon Kinberg ’03 Finishes One Wildly Successful Year and Prepares for Another
December 4, 2015

Simon Kinberg ’03 has had a wildly successful year, producing the critical and commercial hit The Martian, which has surpassed $500 million in global box office revenue.

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5+1 Questions for Adam Szymkowicz '04, who Interviews other playwrights
December 4, 2015

Since graduating with his MFA in Playwriting in 2004, Adam Szymkowicz has been busy writing.

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Larissa Rhodes' Documentary Selected for Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program Grant
December 3, 2015

Producer Larissa Rhodes’s ’14 forthcoming documentary has been selected for support by the Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program.

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Adjunct Professor Benjamin Taylor Publishes Proust Biography
December 2, 2015

Marcel Proust died at the age of 51 and left behind more than a million words of classic literature, known to American readers as In Search of Lost Time.

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More Than 70 Columbia Artists to Exhibit at Miami Beach Art Fairs
December 2, 2015

More than 70 Columbia students, alumni and faculty members will exhibit at this year's Miami Beach art fairs, including Art Basel Miami Beach, NADA, Untitled and Pulse.

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