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Writers in Collaboration: When Words Become Dance
October 10, 2019

Writers in Collaboration is a bi-weekly series covering writers involved in two art mediums and/or working with other artists.

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Professor Aliza Nisenbaum in Two Exhibits this Fall
October 10, 2019

This fall, Professor Aliza Nisenbaum is featured in two exhibits:  a solo exhibit at the Anton Kern Gallery in New York, and a group exhibition in Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Arts.

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Leslie Jamison Opens Cabinets of Wonder in 'Make it Scream, Make it Burn'
October 9, 2019

From the mystique and fate of an outlier blue whale; to the civil war photography of Matthew Brady; to the spooky appeal of a computer game that allows users to create virtual selves; to the museum of broken relationships in Croatia, Leslie Jamison’s new essay collection, Make It Scream, Make It Burn, is, as NPR called it “[a] heady hybrid of journalism, memoir and criticism.

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Head of Sound Art, Professor Miya Masaoka in Multiple Exhibits This Fall
September 27, 2019

Professor Miya Masaoka, Head of Sound Art, has been invited to the Inaugural Toronto Biennial, which is a new international contemporary visual arts event that stretches across Toronto’s waterfront.

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Timothy Donnelly Gives Voice to The Problem of the Many in His Much-Anticipated Poetry Collection
September 25, 2019

Hailed by Publisher’s Weekly as one of the most anticipated books of the season, The Problem of the Many, professor Timothy Donnelly’s third poetry collection, was praised in a starred review for its “[i]mpressive … articulation and range of insights…,” its “contemporary and capacious scope,” and “wild imaginings.

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Professor Rirkrit Tiravanija in solo exhibit at Glenstone Museum
September 25, 2019

This Thursday, a solo exhibit of Professor Rirkrit Tiravanija’s work will open at the Glenstone Museum in Potomac, MD.

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'King in the Wilderness' by Professor Trey Ellis Takes Home an Emmy
September 25, 2019

UPDATE 9/25/19 King in the Wilderness, an HBO documentary produced by Professor Trey Ellis about the last three days of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.

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After a 50-year Career Professor Edith Grossman is Awarded the 2019 Ottaway Award
September 24, 2019

Adjunct Professor Edith Grossman who has brought the English-speaking world the words of Miguel de Cervantes, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Mario Vargas Llosa, among many others, was recently awarded the 2019 Ottaway Award for the Promotion of International Literature.

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Born Under the Sign of the Wild I, Dorothea Lasky Releases Two Books
September 20, 2019

Although known primarily for her poetry, Associate Professor Dorothea Lasky will release two new prose works in October.

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Three Columbia Filmmakers Head to 2019 New York Film Festival
September 19, 2019

Two works by Columbia filmmakers premiered at the 57th Annual New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center, Fit Model and The Raven.

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