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May 24

World Premiere 'The Beginning of Life'

Early childhood development is included for the first time in the transformative 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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September 15

Creative Conversation: In Transit/Liquid Highway by Scherezade Garcia

Join the Arts Initiative as we explore the new, site-specific work In Tran

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Morningside Lights: New York Nocturne

Morningside Lights returns September 19, 2015 and invites community members to ponder what image defines New York City at night in this year's them

Spotlight on the Arts 2015

In the final stretch of the academic year, we see the culmination of a year's work in the arts taking shape across Columbia. Visual arts undergrads and MFA candidates begin final work on their thesis projects, theater productions are cast and rehearsals are under way, student groups unveil their major projects, and departments across the university present special programs in every area of the arts.

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September 14

Morningside Lights

Design. Build. Craft. Create. Join us as we light up Morningside Park and the Columbia University campus!

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April 26

Museum Meetup at the Brooklyn Museum

Special Guided Tour led by Eugenie Tsai and Carol Becker
Friday, April 26 from 1:00pm-2:00pm 

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December 1
December 2


The Writers in Performance workshop is designed to give writers the opportunity to explore performing their written pieces.

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December 8

Marianna Martines: A Legacy of Her Own

A theatrical concert presented by the socially-conscious Ensemble Pi and devoted to the music of the one of the most accomplished, yet little known, 18th-century Viennese women composers, Marianna Martines (1744-1812).

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November 28

Before 5: Losing Ground by Kathleen Collins

Unseen for more than thirty years prior to its 2015 screening at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Losing Ground (1982) was among the first feature length movies produced by a black woman filmmaker.


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