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October 6

Student Arts Grant Information Session

Need funding for your student-created arts projects? Want to host or produce a visual arts exhibition? Write and edit a literary publication? Collaborate across disciplines to stage a theater production? Apply for a Student Arts Grant through the Arts Initiative. 

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September 6

Between The Lines: SING, UNBURIED, SING by Jesmyn Ward

National Book Award winner Jesmyn Ward will discuss her new novel Sing, Unburied, Sing. Ward grapples with the ugly truths at the heart of the American story, and the power and limitations of the bonds of family.

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September 14

Frederick Wiseman with Errol Morris: Masters of Documentary

Frederick Wiseman's latest film, Ex Libris - The New York Public Library, is a panoramic portrait of the iconic institution, so there couldn’t be a better place for him to discuss it than on LIVE from the NYPL’s stage. He will discuss the film with Oscar-Winning Film maker Errol Morris. 

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Hear Their Here There

Hear Their Here There  is a site-specific sonic art work, an interactive audio guide for the “here and now.” It is a playful sound-walk through Brooklyn Bridge Park that is at once ordinary and extraordinary.

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World Premiere of Doceumentary Film: WINNING

Join CAA Arts Access with Columbia Athletics and Columbia Business School for the World Theatrical Premiere of the documentary film WINNING, directed and produced by Jacqueline Joseph ‘91BUS. View the trailer here.

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September 18

BackRoom presents: COMEDY for HARVEY

Back Room Comedy: LIVE at New York Comedy Club is one of the hottest live comedy shows in New York City.

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November 2

The Book of Mormon

Winner of 9 Tony Awards including Best Musical, The Book of Mormon follows two young missionaries who are sent to Uganda to try to convert citizens to the Mormon religion.

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September 5

Fantasyland: Kurt Andersen in Conversation with Kwame Anthony Appiah

In Fantasyland, Andersen argues that the tendency to see our current “alternative-facts” moment as a new phenomenon belies four centuries of magical thinkers and true believers, hucksters and suckers, who have embedded an appetite for believe-whatever-you-want fantasy into our national DNA.

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October 12

Fall for Dance

From tap to tango and hip-hop to ballet, the 14th annual Fall for Dance Festival brings the best of dance to City Center. Renowned companies from around the world perform alongside bold new artists.


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