December 13, 2022

Nine-Time GRAMMY Nominated Music Producer Alum Marcos Palacios ‘06 on Living His Dream

How the multi-platinum artist carved his own path. 

Fashion Design Alum Shaquita Reed ’18 Expresses Herself Using Different Mediums

Shaquita Reed shares her journey as a mixed media artist, fashion designer, teacher, and graduate student. 

Alum Calid Bowen ’10 on Building a Creative Life

How a Master of Arts Management in the Music Business set the stage for a successful multidimensional career. 


Newcity's Film 50 2022 Celebrates Members of Columbia's Community

Associate Provost and Associate Professor Susan Kerns as well as numerous alums and former students named on Newcity’s listing of Chicago’s top film professionals.

We Keep Us Safe | Chicago Reader 

At Gallery 400, Chicago artists — including Columbia Civic Media and Multimedia Photojournalism Alum Marley Molkentin MA '21 — explore forms of care.

How Chicago Became an Art-World Capital Without Giving In to Art-World Clichés | Harper's Bazaar

Columbia Photography Professor Dawoud Bey talked to Harper's Bazaar about his experience as an artist in Chicago.

Repertory Performance Workshop and Dance Faculty Concert Fall 2022

The Dance Center's fall concert will present six new works from faculty and guest artists, including Trae Turner, Lady Sol, Bevara Anderson, Lisa Gonzales, Darrell Jones, Kelsa Robinson, and Surya Swilley. 

December 15 & 16
7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
The Dance Center Theater
1306 S. Michigan Ave.
Register here

"Micah McCoy: Minor Prophet" Exhibition

"Minor Prophet," loosely based on the Judeo-Christian story of Job, witnesses a family faced with an existential crisis in a chillingly desperate landscape. This series blurs the line between traditional documentary and the fictional, leveraging the illusion of photographic truth to allow the individual characters in the narrative to function as surrogates in mythmaking.

Through February 1, 2023
C33 Gallery
33 E. Ida B. Wells Dr., Floor 1
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Calumet in Dub Exhibition

"Calumet in Dub" consists of an 8-channel speaker installation resulting from Norman W. Long’s research-based work delving into the ecology and soundscapes of the Southeast Side of Chicago along the Calumet and Little Calumet River area. Long has investigated how housing, labor, and environmental activism have coalesced in this location. The population demographics, ecological information, pollution statistics as well as direct field recordings from the Calumet region provide the raw data that Long utilizes to create sonic experiences.

Through February 17, 2023
Glass Curtain Gallery
1104 S. Wabash Ave., Floor 1
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