Former Eye art director Suze Myers chats with artist Mickalene Thomas about her creative process, her inspiration, and her unique choice of materials.
As a self-regulating community of teachers and scholars, the University should strive to embrace the many who are talented but under-represented artists.
Francisco de Goya’s series of portraits of the Altamira family will be at the Met through August.
A laundromat-cafe just opened in the East Village. Julie Moon explains the hybridization of cafes.
Illustrating articles that underscore the privilege and marginalization in the Columbia community isn't the same as voicing support.
Three graduate students will be bringing together three interconnected exhibits about how people represent themselves in different contexts.
Kevin Bi on how and why we need to bridge the artificial divide between art and science in undergraduate education.
Last month, a Matisse painting housed at a Norwegian museum was returned to the family living in New York City that originally owned it. Jacqueline Xu discusses the nuances of "ownership" in the art world.
In this week's lead story, Suze Myers explores the pros and cons of studying visual arts at a school like Columbia or Barnard, and what an art degree from one of these schools might mean.
Graphic design is a profession that deserves adequate notice and adequate compensation like any other.
Aug 18, 3:24pm
The Center for Student Advising announced changes to the policy regarding medical leave and readmission for Columbia College and School of Engineering and Applied Science students in an email earlier... Read More
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