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  • March 28    
    Opening of the photographic exhibition Life after Life in Prison featuring the photography of Sarah Bennet which will be displayed throughout Heyman Center.
  • March 29    
    Katarina Dodson, Translator of Clarice Lispector's work in conversation with the author along with Minna Proctor of The Literary Review and Literary Translation at Columbia (LTAC) Director...
  • March 30    
    Professor Vito Adriaensens presents a five-part silent cinema matinee series with live music by Belgian jazz musician Adriaan Campo and friends.
  • March 30    
    Liam Young: New Romance is the first U.S. solo exhibition of speculative architect, artist, and filmmaker Liam Young. The exhibition features three recently completed film projects – In the...
  • March 30    
    Liam Young: New Romance is the first U.S. solo exhibition of speculative architect, artist, and filmmaker Liam Young. The exhibition will open with a panel discussion between Liam Young,...
  • March 30    
    The Barnard Columbia Ancient Drama Group is proud to present Seneca's "Troades" (Trojan Women) - a resistance piece composed around the middle of the first century CE during the reign of Emperor Nero...
  • March 30    
    A semi-biographical original play by Antonia Georgieva about the affair between Virginia Woolf and 20th century British writer Vita Sackville-West
  • March 31    
    Want to get more involved with the Arts Initiative? Join us at one of our information sessions in March to learn more!
  • March 31    
    The Barnard Columbia Ancient Drama Group is proud to present Seneca's "Troades" (Trojan Women) - a resistance piece composed around the middle of the first century CE during the reign of Emperor Nero...
  • March 31    
    A semi-biographical original play by Antonia Georgieva about the affair between Virginia Woolf and 20th century British writer Vita Sackville-West

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