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Several Columbia Alumni and Faculty Named 2021 Guggenheim Fellows
April 9, 2021

Yesterday, the 2021 Guggenheim fellowships were announced, and several Columbia Faculty and Alumni are among the recipients.

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Celebrating Women in Electronic Music at Columbia
April 9, 2021

Unsung Stories: Women at Columbia's Computer Music Center focuses on the legacy of women who have studied and worked at the renowned Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center (renamed the Computer Music Center in 1996).

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Associate Professor Miya Masaoka Performs in Bang on a Can's Virtual 2021 Marathon Concert
March 30, 2021

Masaoka was commissioned by Bang on a Can earlier on in her career, and the performance was a wonderful reunion.

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Uncovering the Heritage Silhouette: Lee Gilboa '19
February 11, 2021

Sound can be an immensely crucial aspect of any exhibition.

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Sound Art Students Collaborate in ‘Sensory Meridian’ Exhibit by Mentor Michael Joo
February 1, 2021

Sounds Art students Yixuan Shao and Avishag Cohen Rodrigues collaborate on Visual Arts Mentor Michael Joo’s Sensory Meridian in Chicago, Illinois.

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Kamari Carter ’19 and Julian Day '20 in Group Exhibition ‘Edge of Light’
December 14, 2020

Kamari Carter ’19 and Julian Day '20 collaborated on the piece “BLISSVILLE” that is now being shown in a dark space group exhibition titled Edge of Light.

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Alumnus Kamari Carter ‘19 in Solo Exhibition ‘Temporary Parallelism’
November 18, 2020

Midnight Projects’ inaugural show Temporary Parallelism is the first solo exhibition in the New York area by alumnus Kamari Carter ’19.

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Professor Miya Masaoka Receives 2020 EMPAC Commission and Residency
October 26, 2020

Masaoka, born in Washington, is an American artist, composer, and performer.

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Visual Arts and Sound Arts MFA Thesis & First-Year Virtual Presentations
July 23, 2020

Annually, the Columbia University School of the Arts Visual Arts Program presents thesis and first-year exhibitions at the Miriam and Ira D.

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Conversations with Artists in Art Getting Art: Kamari Carter '19
July 10, 2020

So sheltering in a residency was kind of an advantage in a way, creatively? KC: The only advantage I would say is that I had much more free time than I would normally.

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