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Visual Arts
September 09 2009 - ongoing

Emily Epstein, a Barnard '07 alum who moved to Buenos Aires to learn spanish and work on a long-term photo project, worked in Villa 31, a slum in the heart of the city, and photographed a girl's soccer team that stressed leadership for young girls living in poverty. The... | Learn More


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Film
December 27 2010 - ongoing

WHALING CITY is a dramatic narrative feature film set in New Bedford, Mass. in the rapidly changing world of the modern fishing industry. It tells the story of a third-generation independent commercial fisherman, struggling to keep a grasp on his way of life - and a long-held family boat - as costs... | Learn More

Film
October 05 2012 - ongoing

Beca (Anna Kendrick) is that girl who'd rather listen to what's coming out of her headphones than what's coming out of you. Arriving at her new college, she finds herself not right for any clique but somehow is muscled into one that she never would have picked on her own: alongside mean... | Learn More


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Conversation
October 18 2012 - ongoing
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Plexus is an event series in Upper Manhattan that brings people together. We seek to provide community members and curious minds with a forum for exchange, emphasizing multi-disciplinary conversations between art, science, humanities, and everything in between. The goal: to spark engaging... | Learn More


Film
December 11 2012 - ongoing

Kumare is a feature documentary film about the time filmmaker Vikram Gandhi impersonated a fake guru and built a following of real people. Winner of the Audience Award for Best Documentary at SXSW 2011, Kumare opened in theaters June 20, 2012, and is now available on demand via iTunes, Amazon... | Learn More


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Dance
January 11 - ongoing
and January 12 - ongoing

The Out of Israel showcase at the 92nd street Y, part of APAP2013, presents a work-in-progress by israeli choreographer Dana Ruttenberg, researching the physicality of mourning and loss, titled Present Absent.

Jan 11th @ 12pm

Jan 12th @ 3pm

Admission is... | Learn More


Full Price $ 10.00
CAAL member with CAAL card $ 8.00
Museum and Visual Arts
February 08 to July 08
Monday 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM

The Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region is China's largest province. It came under Chinese rule in 1949. With few exceptions, artists and foreign researchers have been denied meaningful access to the rural areas in Xinjiang. Lisa Ross's '01SOA close working relationships with a... | Learn More


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Poetry - Readings
April 05 to July 21

Lorca in New York is the largest-ever festival in North America celebrating the work of acclaimed Spanish poet and playwright Federico García Lorca. With more than two dozen events throughout Manhattan, it focuses on the brief but prolific period (1929-1930), during which Lorca came to New... | Learn More


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Visual Arts
April 05 to May 04
Tuesday 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Thursday 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Friday 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Saturday 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Demoiselles d'Avignon is the latest solo exhibition of artist Christopher K. Ho '99GSAS, '04GSAS. In D’avignon, Ho continues to explore the greater ideas of class and identity through the particular lens of “the primitive” and its relationship to abstraction in... | Learn More


Students $ 25.00 Buy Ticket
Faculty & Staff $ 32.00 Buy Ticket
CAAL Member $ 32.00 Buy Ticket
Full Price $ 40.00 Buy Ticket
Off-Broadway and Theatre
April 20 to May 26
Wednesday thru Sunday at 7:00 PM
Sunday matinee at 1:00 PM

DIFFERENT ANIMALS
Cherry Lane Theatre- 38 Commerce Street, NY, NY 10014
Performances begin April 20th
www.differentanimalsplay.com
www.cherrylanetheatre.org

Meet Jessica Tarver… All her life, she has clung to the gospels of... | Learn More


Visual Arts
April 25 to June 09

In “And Riding Clouds,” Sommer furthers his unconventional approach to painting by presenting his first cement installation, “Apt. 4B,” in the downstairs gallery.  Using found objects collected throughout New York City, Sommer has recreated the living room of an... | Learn More


Visual Arts
April 25 to May 25

Spanierman Modern is pleased to announce the opening on April 25, 2013 of "Dripping! Pouring! Staining!", featuring work by Frank Bowling, Stanley Boxer, Dan Christensen, Friedel Dzubas, Paul Feeley, Sam Francis, Carol Hunt, Paul Jenkins, Larry Poons, Jack Roth, Syd Solomon, Susan Vecsey '94BC... | Learn More


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Visual Arts
April 29 to May 20
Thursday - Monday 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Columbia University School of the Arts Visual Arts Program, in association with the Fisher Landau Center for Art, presents the 2013 MFA Thesis Exhibition, encompassing work by the 26 artists who will graduate from the program this May. The opening reception is Sunday, April 28, 2–5 pm.Learn More


Full price $60 to $ 65.00 Buy Ticket
Columbia Discount $ 45.00 Buy Ticket
Theatre
May 03 to June 09
Tuesday 7:00 PM
Wednesday 7:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 PM
Friday 8:00 PM
Saturday 3:00 PM,
8:00 PM
Sunday 3:00 PM

By BERTOLT BRECHT
New Music by DUNCAN SHEIK
Directed by BRIAN KULICK

“Terrible is the temptation to do good!” warns Bertolt Brecht’s amiable narrator. But good is all that Grusha, the simple... | Learn More


Students $ 12.00 Buy Ticket
Faculty & Staff $ 12.00 Buy Ticket
CAAL Member $ 12.00 Buy Ticket
Full Price $ 18.00 Buy Ticket
Columbia Discount $ 12.00 Buy Ticket
Off-Broadway
May 03 to May 19

'night, Mother
By Marsha Norman
Directed by Cyndy A. Marion
Featuring: Joy Franz* & Laura Siner*

'night, Mother tells the story of a seemingly regular Saturday evening in rural America at the ranch-style farmhouse that Thelma occupies with her middle-aged daughter,... | Learn More


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Poetry - Readings and Visual Arts
May 04 to May 12
Open Every Day 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM

The 2013 NYC Mom Show!
An Exhibit of fine art as a tribute to Moms everywhere. Tuesday March 12th, 2013

PRESS RELEASE
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact information:
John C. Kuchera
3117 Broadway #36
New York,... | Learn More

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Music
May 05,
May 12
and May 19
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM


May 5:

Riverside Park Conservancy & Our Generous Supporters present Spring Overlook... | Learn More


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New Media
May 17
Exhibit Opens 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM

“There is No There There” pop-up exhibit features audiovisual installations inspired by three oral history collections.

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May 01 2009 - ongoing

eCognoscente is a free daily e-mail on matters cultural, both contemporary and classical, in New York City and the rest of the world. eCognoscente is literally DailyCandy meets The New Yorker! The idea behind eCognoscente is deceptively simple. Discerning and culturally active New Yorkers (or... | Learn More


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Readings & Literature
June 15 2009 - ongoing

Sound Stories is a podcast delivering great, non-fiction audio narratives selected from story-tellers around the world.

The radio is telling less of these engaging stories that we love, and Sound Stories seeks to fill that vacuum. The podcast delivers a range of feature stories of... | Learn More


Film
July 09 2010 - ongoing

Nic and Jules are in a long term, committed, loving but by no means perfect relationship. During their relationship, Jules has floundered in her "nine to five" life, sometimes trying to start a business - always unsuccessfully - or being the stay at home mom. They have two teen-aged children,... | Learn More


Film
July 30 2010 - ongoing

This new film stars Kevin Kline as an eccentric freeloader named Henry Harrison who escorts wealthy dowagers to art galleries and dinners. He takes in a young boarder (Paul Dano) who has a crush on a co-worker (Katie Holmes) and a penchant for cross-dressing. This outlandish buddy comedy of... | Learn More


Visual Arts
April 27 2011 - ongoing

Ryan Faulkner sculpts salvaged wood using traditional hand tools, as well as some less traditional tools including a chainsaw and blowtorch. He relies on an axe and adze to hew the wood and then chisels and knives to make more precise, final cuts. Scorching, shellac, and natural oils sometimes... | Learn More


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Music
July 01 2011 - ongoing

Caitlin Warbelow '09GSAPP recently produced and played fiddle on her debut CD, "Manhattan Island Sessions", which features live Irish traditional music played at pubs around New York City.  The CD was nominated for a 2012 Independent Music Award.

Warbelow, who now lives in New York... | Learn More


Music
September 01 2011 - ongoing

A CD of music by the American composer William Perry performed by the RTE National Symphony of Ireland under the directon of Paul Phillips '78CC, '80GSAS was released on September 1, 2011 by Naxos. The CD, which was recorded last year in Dublin, is titled "Music for Great Films of... | Learn More


 
 
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