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December 16, 2004

Columbia University

Columbia University School of the Arts

SUNDAY DECEMBER 19, 2004

3 – 4:30 Studebaker building,

615 w. 131st street, 3rd floor

4 – 5:30 Prentis Hall

632 W. 125th street, 3rd floor

5 – 6:30 Watson Hall

612 W. 115 street, floors 2,3,5

For more information please call Amy Zaltzman, Program Coordinator at 212-854-2829 or go to http://arts.columbia.edu/visual_arts

Join Columbia University’s School of the Arts 50 MFA Visual Arts candidates on Sunday, December 19, 2004 when they open their studios to the New York art community. Students will present and discuss their work in an informal setting to the public.

Each year, hundreds of art enthusiasts descend upon Columbia University to see the latest works by Columbia graduate students. The MFA students welcome the opportunity to meet with other emerging artists, gallerists, and art patrons to share and explore new genres and create a dialogue between students of different practices.

The program’s unique approach ranges from video to painting to sculpture and photography, specifically to emphasize different interdisciplinary art forms and definitions.

One such example is Elsie Hill’s html web page that she created this semester. A traditional portrait painter from Savannah, Georgia, Ms. Hill wanted to “break free” of her past formal training and learned html as a way to cross boundaries and discover a new genre.

The MFA Program at Columbia University is one of the leading MFA programs in the country.

For more information please call Amy Zaltzman, Program Coordinator at 212-854-2829 or go to http://arts.columbia.edu/visual_arts

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