Arts & Humanities

The Information We Create Has a Life of Its Own

In his new book, astronomer Caleb Scharf explores how our relationship with data will affect our ongoing evolution as a species.

Columbia University Professor Annette Insdorf
Columbia School of the Arts Film Professor Annette Insdorf
Professor Annette Insdorf Honored with Special Medallion at Telluride Film Festival

The medallion is given annually to celebrate a “hero of cinema—an organization or individual—that preserves, honors, and presents great movies.” 

Columbia University alum Ashley Bryan
Ashley Bryan painting in his home on Little Cranberry Island, Maine. (Matt Cosby)
"Make Me Brave for Life"

The whimsical spirit and positive wisdom of artist and storyteller Ashley Bryan, a 1950 graduate of the School of General Studies.

 

Columbia University Jazz Performance Program illustration by Greg Betza
Illustration by Greg Betza
20 Years of Jazz Performance at Columbia

Since 2001, the Louis Armstrong Jazz Performance Program has allowed non-music majors to study jazz.

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