A mural has once again transformed the lobby of the University’s Miller Theatre. On its walls Dominican-born, Brooklyn-based Scherezade Garcia has created vivid panels that flow through the space like water.
Scherezade Garcia’s work inhabits a baroque universe. A natural storyteller, she uses drawing, printmaking, painting, installation, and other media to create contemporary allegories about history, colonization, and politics.
A colorful painting on the wall of Chris Washburne’s Dodge Hall office portrays the associate professor of music as a superhero, riding a collection of musical instruments including trombone, tuba and piano.
Freshman orientation, 2011. Steven Bennett was playing cello in his dorm room on the 15th floor of John Jay Hall when he heard a knock on his door. When he opened it, another student with a broad grin exclaimed, “Cello!”
Before they graduate from Columbia’s School of the Arts, M.F.A. students in the theater management and producing concentration are required to put together a project that has some connection to the University.
Before they graduate from Columbia’s School of the Arts, M.F.A. students in the theater producing and management concentration are required to put together a project that has some connection to the University.