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  • April 21    
    Visually Speaking is a conversation series curated by photographer Terrence Jennings that highlights the critical visual literacy of photographers whose images bear witness to myriac cultures,...
  • April 21    
    Isamu Noguchi, born to a Japanese father and American mother in 1904, struggled with self-identity and his dual heritage, which he transformed into statues, gardens and furniture.
  • April 21    
    The “”father of video art”” Nam June Paik inspired the creation of the TV LAB, the experimental division of New York’s public television station WNET/13.
  • April 22    
    David Zwirner &  The New York Public Library would like to invite Columbia students to a special upcoming Art Book event for the release of Jan Schoonhoven at The New York Public Library on ...
  • April 22    
    As part of the Writing Lives Series at the Heyman Center for the Humanities, author Kate Southwood will discuss her writing and her debut novel Falling to Earth, published by Europa Editions in...
  • April 22    
    Aspiring musicians, singers, dancers, comedians, rappers and spoken word artists try their best to please the audiences that can make them an Apollo legend. Get ready to cheer or jeer as you decide...
  • April 23    
    Stephen Stapleton (Artist, Co-Founder and Director), Ava Ansari (Artist and Edge of Arabia Associate Curator and US Tour Manager) and Husam Al-Sayed (Filmmaker and Founding Member of Telfaz11) will...
  • April 23    
    Over the last ten years, approaches to using photography have changed drastically in reaction to new digital imaging technologies and the proliferation of images on the Internet.
  • April 23    
    Three senior Theatre majors present their theses in directing, which run in repertory in the first of two installments of Senior Thesis Festival 2015. Design, performances, and management by Barnard...
  • April 23    
    Telemann and the Italians brings alive rich and colorful music of seventeenth century Italy, from the exotic and unpredictable Castello, and Vivaldi's stellar predecessor Legrenzi, to the...

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