Introducing Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia

Rithy Panh, filmmaker Phloeun Prim, Cambodian Living Arts Him Sophy, composer Trent Walker, librettist Introduction by Shanny Peer, Columbia Maison Francaise Moderated by Dean Carol Becker, ...

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Swagger: Olivier Babinet, 2016, 90 min.

Free and open to the public. Subtitles are in English. Screening followed by discussion with director Olivier Babinet. The public housing projects in the banlieues outside Paris have been the ...

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Living in America: Symposium

The question of how to live in America preoccupied many architects and planners from Frank Lloyd Wright to the consortium behind Harlem's first public housing proposals in the mid-twentieth century. ...

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Story I/O (Input/Output)

Led by Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab, Story I/O, or "Input/Output," is a highly interactive one-day event to explore new forms and functions of storytelling. This first edition explores the lab's ...

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The Inaugural Max Ritvo Poetry Series

Kaveh Akbar, Lucie Brock-Broido, Timothy Donnelly, Louise Gluck, Dorothea Lasky, Herb Leibowitz, Shane McCrae, Elizabeth Metzger, Sarah Ruhl, and Don Share read the poetry of Max Ritvo '16, author of ...

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Tomás Saraceno

The visionary work of Fall 2018 artist-in-residence Tomas Saraceno traverses art, engineering, the natural sciences, architecture, and social theory. Presented at the COP21 United Nations Climate ...

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Complex Issues: South of Pico: African American Artists in Los Angeles in the 1960s and 1970s

Kellie Jones, Art History and Archaeology, and Farah Jasmine Griffin, English and Comparative Literature Introduction by Deborah Cullen, Miriam ...

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Codes

Szyfry, or Codes, by Wojciech Has. Presented by Annette Insdorf, Film Studies, to mark her 30 years of full-time teaching at Columbia University, and the publication of her new book Intimations: The ...

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A Cultural Plan for All New Yorkers, with Tom Finkelpearl

Commissioner Tom Finkelpearl, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs Introduction by Ester Fuchs, School of International and Public Affairs. Department of Cultural Affairs Commissioner Tom ...

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