NOMADS' presents "American Ghosts," a collection of five original student plays, as its first production of the semester.
Despite a stunning score and star-studded cast, this film doesn't go the distance
A new version of "Wuthering Heights," directed by Andrea Arnold, opens today in New York.
The audience laughed and sat erect through the entire three-hour performance—defying this generations’ unforgiving attention spans.
Ashley Kelly Tata's "The Good Person of Szechwan" evokes a stunning portrait of a young prostitute in a city plagued by poverty and desperation
Mika Tajima and Charles Atlas explore new avenues for experimental and performance art by integrating film, images, and speakers.
Lydia Diamond, playwright of the current Broadway play 'Stick Fly,' spoke to a Columbia audience at Miller Theatre through CUArt's Lunch With Arts Initiative program.
The Artivist Film Festival closes its 2012 tour at Columbia's Miller Theater. Now in its eighth year, the festival promotes the documentary work of filmmakers concerned with an array of international issues.
Columbia MFA student concocts something daring and fresh.
The “Rooms with a View” exhibition is an absorbing voyage into an important movement in art.
Dec 7, 2:09pm
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