July 20, 2021

Christopher Rohrbeck ’19 Uses Science to Inform His Films

Rohrbeck first learned that he wanted to go into film when he took art classes at Gallery 37 during high school. He was able to tie his Biology minor to his Cinema and Television Arts major while at Columbia.

Digital Careers in the New Normal

At Columbia College Chicago, experts in social media and digital strategy come together to offer an opportunity for students to learn how to marshal emerging technology for multi-faceted careers in the field of communication.

Back Together, Columbia

As a reminder, all students need to be fully vaccinated by the beginning of the Fall semester (or by August 27 for those in residence halls). View key dates related to vaccination on the Back Together, Columbia page.

Columbia Publications Echo and The Chronicle Win State and National Awards

The Columbia Chronicle and Echo magazine have been recognized by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and the Associated Collegiate Press for their work in the field of journalism during the 2019-2020 academic year and the 2020-2021 academic year.

Congratulations to Columbia's 2021 Emmy Nominees

More than 20 Columbia College Chicago alumni have been recognized with 2021 Emmy nominations in 17 categories. Please join us in congratulating our #ColumAlums.

Columbia Senior Wins $10,000 Live Nation + Music Forward Foundation Scholarship

Columbia College Chicago senior and Business and Entrepreneurship major Tandrea Hawkins was recently presented with a $10,000 Tiffany Green Operator Scholarship, an award established by Live Nation to support women pursuing careers in live entertainment.

The Association of LGBTQ Journalists Announces 2021 Excellence in Journalism Award Recipients

Columbia College journalism program alum and Columbia Chronicle veteran Jake Wittich and former Theatre/TV Writing student Devlyn Camp were among those honored at this year's NLGJA awards.

MoCP Presents
Conversation: An-My Lê and Shahzia Sikander  

Join exhibiting artists An-My Lê and Shahzia Sikander for a conversation about their artistic practices and Much Unseen is Also Here.  

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Thursday, July 22 at 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Virtual Event

Not My Type, Typefaces on Display

Can we define our times through a typeface? How do we choose the perfect vessel to communicate an idea? Can a typeface design bring awareness to societal injustices?

With the multitude of new type foundries and bespoke typefaces cropping up all over Instagram and design blogs, it seemed like the timing was right to ask Graphic design majors taking their first typography to choose any typeface or type designer to feature as an installation for a gallery exhibition. The result is a diverse collection of new and old, decorative and functional, revivals and remixes.

Through August 6, 2021
Gallery Hours: Monday- Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Capacity of gallery is 10 visitors and masks are required. 


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