September 13, 2016

Fall 2016 Public Programs and Engagement

Columbia University School of the Arts
Drawing of Dodge Hall. Courtesy of Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University.

In fall 2016, Columbia University School of the Arts welcomes an array of visionary filmmakers, performers, writers, visual and theatre artists, including:

Tuesday, September 20
Dean Carol Becker in conversation with Phillip Lopate about her new book Losing Helen. More

Friday, September 30
Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi in conversation with Rob King and Maureen A. Ryan about Making a MurdererMore

Tuesday, October 11
Nicola López, Leeza Meksin, Edward Minoff, and Aliza Nisenbaum lead the first Big Draw—participatory drawing exercises on Low Plaza. More

Wednesday, October 26
Rebecca Solnit, Mellon Visiting Artist & Thinker, in conversation with Mabel O. Wilson. More

Thursday, November 3
Lynn Nottage in conversation with David Henry Hwang about Sweat. More

Friday, November 11
William Kentridge on Performing the Drawing. More

Thursday, November 17
Margo Jefferson in conversation with Trey Ellis about her recent memoir NegrolandMore


The Office of Public Programs and Engagement at Columbia University School of the Arts hosts activities that strengthen local partnerships while highlighting contemporary scholarship, global perspectives, and compelling voices of our time.

Visit the calendar and download a copy of the fall calendar.

Free and open to the public.


Columbia University School of the Arts fall 2016 public programs and engagement

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