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Ticket and Info Center
Alfred Lerner Hall Lobby
115th & Broadway

TIC Regular Semester  Hours
Tues. - Sat. 1 pm - 8 pm
Mon. & Sun. CLOSED



The TIC is open 2 hours prior and until curtain for most on campus events sold at the box office.


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NOV 14 - MAR 15 Early Bird $ 85.00 Buy Ticket
MAR 16 -MAY 22 $ 95.00 Buy Ticket
November 14 2012 - ongoing

The 2013 Columbian Yearbook is the official yearbook for Columbia College and The School of Engineering and Applied Science. Don't miss out on this opportunity to purchase a 2013 Yearbook as a keepsake to remember your time at Columbia University. Act now so you can take advantage of the early... | Learn More

Full Price FREE
January 28 to May 02

Admission to all Heyman Center events is free and open to the public.

  Unless noted below, no registration is necessary.

  Seating is on a first come, first served basis.


Poets at the Heyman Center:

  Nick Laird and Timothy... | Learn More

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Visual Arts
April 10 to May 04

Two locations of exhibit:

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Visual Arts and Writing
April 10 to July 05

Chang Octagon Exhibition Room, Rare Book and Manuscript Library

The exhibition features codices and fragments from the Rare Book and Manuscript Library and the Burke Library (Union Theological Seminary), both of the Columbia University Libraries. Spanning the period from... | Learn More

Auditions/Call for Artists, Campus Cultural Event, Dance, Music and Theatre
April 11 to May 31

The Arts Initiative, in partnership with the Office of Communications and Public Affairs, is seeking photos from student-led concerts, performances and art events held on campus. A carefully curated selection of photos may be used on the Columbia homepage, The Record and possibly even in... | Learn More

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Visual Arts
April 16 to May 25

Please join us for the opening of Tony Oursler, UFOs, and Effigies on Tuesday, April 16th at 6:30 PM in the Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery.

Opening discussion with

Branden W. Joseph, Columbia University Art History and Archeology

John Miller, artist

Tony Oursler,... | Learn More

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Visual Arts
April 30

The reception will be on Tuesday April 30, from 6-8 pm

In his autobiography Speak, Memory, Vladimir Nabokov likens memories to glimmers of light that shoot up in a vast darkness without warning or explanation. Focusing on each glimmer of memory as it appears, associatively and in a... | Learn More

Students $ 10.00 Buy Ticket
April 30
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Based on the book of the same title by Jaap Polak and Ina Soep Polak, STEAL A PENCIL FOR ME, a new opera with music by Gerald Cohen and libretto by Deborah Brevoort, will have its premiere in Scarsdale and New York City, NY in late April,... | Learn More

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April 30
Campus Organization: Bacchantae
Tuesday 8:30 PM

Please join us for Bacchantae's final concert of the year! Break out your classiest attire and sit back to enjoy some old tunes and a few new favorites as we say goodbye to our Seniors. Hope to see you there!

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Visual Arts
May 01 to June 08

In his autobiography Speak, Memory, Vladimir Nabokov likens memories to glimmers of light that shoot up in a vast darkness without warning or explanation. Focusing on each glimmer of memory as it appears, associatively and in a non-linear fashion, the author gradually constructs his identity.... | Learn More

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May 03
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

A Conference of the University Seminar on Medieval Studies
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May 03 to May 05
Campus Organization: Varsity Show
Friday 8:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 PM,
2:00 PM

A full length student-written, student-performed satirical musical about life at Columbia. Be a part of the tradition... See the Varsity Show!

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Valid CUID $ 15.00 Buy Ticket
Non-CUID $ 15.00 Buy Ticket
CUID/BCID Seniors $ 10.00 Buy Ticket
May 03
Campus Organization: Columbia/Barnard Hillel
Friday 8:00 PM

Yavneh dinner celebrates graduating seniors with a large dinner and the Yavneh community!

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Valid CUID $ 3.00 Buy Ticket
Non-CUID $ 5.00 Buy Ticket
May 03
Campus Organization: GlobeMed
Friday 9:00 PM to 11:30 PM

Student groups on campus will perform before an open dance party as a GlobeMed fundraiser for our partner organization in Uganda.

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May 05
Campus Organization: National Society of Black Engineers
Sunday 8:00 PM

The NSBE Alumni Banquet is held every year at the end of the spring semester. It is welcome to all of our current members and alumni so that both groups can relive/live the events of the year, recognize the achievements of the chapter and transition leadership to the next executive... | Learn More

Full Price $ 35.00 Buy Ticket
CAAL Member $ 30.00 Buy Ticket
Faculty & Staff $ 21.00 Buy Ticket
Students $ 7.00 Buy Ticket
Classical Music
May 11
8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Whether tackling Bach’s Goldberg Variations on a dual-manual piano or playing a Messiaen magnum opus from memory, Christopher Taylor has consistently wowed Miller Theatre audiences with his smart, bold performances. This time, he pairs selections from Bach’s... | Learn More

Full Price $ 25.00 Buy Ticket
CAAL Member $ 21.00 Buy Ticket
Faculty & Staff $ 15.00 Buy Ticket
Students $ 7.00 Buy Ticket
Classical Music and Music
May 16
8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Born in Mexico City, the child of Spanish refugees, Julio Estrada (b. 1943) is a product of cultural crossroads. Influenced in equal part by Xenakis’s abstract theories and Mexican music history, by his studies of mathematics and acoustics, Estrada has published widely and been the... | Learn More

Valid CUID $ 10.00 Buy Ticket
May 19
Campus Organization: Office of Multicultural Affairs
Sunday 12:00 PM

The Columbia Office of Multicultural Affairs,


the 2013 Latino Graduation Committee,


and the Latino Alumni... | Learn More

Students $ 7.00
November 25 2009 - ongoing

Miller Theatre at Columbia University is the leading presenter of new music in New York City and one of the most vital forces nationwide for innovative programming. In partnership with Columbia University School of the Arts, Miller is dedicated to producing and presenting unique events in dance,... | Learn More

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Visual Arts
December 04 2009 - ongoing
Wednesday - Saturday 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery aims to contribute to Columbia University long-standing tradition of historical, critical, and creative engagement in the visual arts.

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Price Varies $5 - $ 40.00 Buy Ticket
June 15 2012 to June 14
Campus Organization: Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program

You'll have a variety of experiences at Columbia University in the City of New York but few will compare to COÖP, Columbia's Outdoor Orientation Program for incoming first-year students. Please see our website for more information about the program, and feel free to... | Learn More

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Political Arts and Visual Arts
November 08 2012 to May 15
Monday - Friday 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Photographer Dulce Pinzon portrays immigrants as superheroes, showing off their successes with flying colors. This new exhibit at Columbia University pays homage to poorly paid Latino immigrant workers who overcome long odds to survive and prosper in New York City.

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Readings & Literature
April 08 to May 12

Series of conversations between Paris and NY Illustrators


1. Hervé Tullet & Mo Willems at Books of Wonder

Moderated by Jennifer M. Brown, children's editor of shelf-awareness.com

When: April 8, 2013 | 5:30pm - 6:30pm

Where: Books of... | Learn More