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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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November 16
November 17

Blak Whyte Gray

A world in flux, a need for change: This is the driving force behind Blak Whyte Gray, an electrifying dance-theater work from Olivier Award–winning

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October 12

Museum Meetup: Storm King Art Center

Friday, October 12, 2018

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Sol LeWitt's Wall Drawing 552D

First executed in 1987, Wall Drawing 552D presents a motif that the artist described as “not quite a cube”, in which the tilted form produces an illusion of volume while the black border that interrupts it preserves the sense of flatness of the wall.

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October 26

Thom Pain (based on nothing)

Drama Desk Award-winner Will Eno, the first writer to complete the Residency 5 program, returns to Signature for his first Legacy production with&n

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