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Columbia University School of Arts, Fall 2011 Season

Columbia University School of Arts, Fall 2011 Season

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Join us this fall for events celebrating art and culture innovators from around the globe.  Be a part of the dynamic discussions, screenings, and performances at Columbia University School of Arts.
 

 

Events are held on the Morningside Heights campus, 2960 Broadway at 116th St, New York, unless listed otherwise.

 

All events are FREE and open to all.

 

Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservation information below.

 

For complete schedule, news and directions, visit arts.columbia.edu

 

The Interrupters
Screening and Q+A with Director, Steve James (Hoop Dreams, The New Americans)
Tues, Sep 27, 6:30 pm
Miller Theatre

 

Theory-Art-Action: On Binationalism and Other Specters
Panel discussion with Udi Aloni, Alain Badiou and Slavoj Žižek. Moderated by James Schamus (Professor, Film Program and CEO, Focus Features)
Wed, Oct 12, 7 pm
Miller Theatre
RSVP

 

Additional screening and performance in conjunction with this event. More details here.

 

Zadie Smith
Creative Writing Lecture Series
Orange Prize-winning author, On Beauty and White Teeth
Thurs, Oct 20, 7 pm
Miller Theatre
RSVP 

 

Isaac Julien
Filmmaker and installation artist discusses his recent major works. In conjunction with Mellon Visiting Artist & Thinkers Program and Columbia University World Leaders Forum
Thurs, Nov 17, 6:30 pm
Miller Theatre
RSVP

 

Open Studios
Second-year MFA students
Sun, Nov 20, 2-6 pm
Watson Hall and Prentis Hall

 

Columbia University School of the Arts Public Programs are guided by a commitment to presenting new voices, international perspectives and scholarship across the arts. These events aim to create a forum for the exchange of ideas among practitioners, students, scholars and the public.

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Columbia University School of the Arts
Public Programs
c/o Daisy Nam
2960 Broadway
305 Dodge Hall (MC 1803)

 

New York, NY 10027
arts@columbia.edu