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  • October 19    
    Photo credit: Yoruba, NYC, Black Religion Project, ©Chester Higgins, Jr, Photographs and Prints Division/Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
  • October 19    
    Author and regular columnist for The Jewish Week, Francine Klagsbrun speaks about her new book, Lioness: Golda Meir and the Nation of Israel, a definitive biography of Golda...
  • October 19    
    Explore 2016–17 artist in residence Andy Robert's practice of painting from photographs and meaning making. Following a walkthrough of his work in We Go as They, Robert will guide workshop...
  • October 19    SOLD OUT
    Both deeply personal and profoundly contemporary, Dear Evan Hansen is a new American musical about life and the way we live it.
  • October 19    
    Surely the most famous and subtle French production about underground Resistance fighters in Nazi-occupied France, told through a compelling thriller story.
  • October 19    
    Professor of Law John Q. Barrett will illuminate the ways in which the Nuremberg trials brought Nazi leaders to justice and provided the groundwork for the prosecution of Adolf Eichmann in Israel in...
  • October 19    SOLD OUT
    A program of works from opposite ends of the musical spectrum: a Baroque concerto by Bach and a masterpiece by the great Romantic Schumann, plus orchestral gems by Haydn and Bartók.
  • October 19    
    This fall, JACK Quartet takes on the most consequential American string quartets of the twentieth century, and introduces Miller audiences to new masterworks by contemporary composers. ...
  • October 19    Sold Out
    Join the Arts Initiative, Columbia Alumni Association Arts Access, and Columbia University School of the Arts at the new Broadway production of David Henry Hwang's M. Butterfly followed by a...
  • October 20    
    Amedeo Modigliani, Head, c. 1911. Black crayon on paper. 16⅞ x 10⅜ in. Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rouen. Gift of Blaise Alexandre, 2001

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