May 26, 2021

Revisiting C33's "Artists and Models" Exhibition

Students from across Columbia brought the South Side Community Art Center’s administrative archives to life through a recent exhibition.

Alive and Kicking: Journalism, Storytelling, and the Fight for a Better World

Associate Professor Curtis Lawrenc recalls his experiences interviewing for reporting jobs through the 1980s and 1990s, a time when there was a promise of increasing diversity in newsrooms by the year 2000, in the hopes that newsrooms might one day look like the communities they serve. 


Tyra Guan | Arts Management (BA) '21

“Seek help when you need it, let people help you, and offer help when you are capable. Dreams might be late sometimes, but they are never absent.”

Charlette San Juan | Arts Management (MA) '21

"There are no stupid questions. Ask for what you want and be prepared to get it."

Carlo Ruiz | Graphic Design (BA) '21

"When you invest in yourself by putting in the time to work hard, your professors will work hard to help you."

Angeline Leonard | Arts and Materials Conservation (BA) '21, Art History (BA) '21

"I felt free to explore my love of the artistic world amongst individuals who share the same passion."

Juliana Raveli de Oliveira | Creative Writing - Nonfiction (MFA) '21

"Don’t keep your work to yourself. Put your work out there and use your community at Columbia College to support you in this endeavor."


CTVA Alum and Art Director Interviewed by Jim Richardson '87 for his Recent Work with Pixar

In this interview, Muñoz sits down with Animateducated channel host and Animation alum Jim Richardson '87 to discuss his career trajectory.

Columbia Now Casting for Amazon Prime Series "The College Tour"

Columbia will be a featured episode filming on campus July 19 - 22. The college is looking for fun and engaging students to be featured in the episode. 


MoCP Presents:
Photos at Zoom Discussion Session: Dave Jordano

Join us for a casual drop-in session where we closely read and discuss one photograph together in the museum's collection. This week we will look at Dave Jordano’s image in the Midwest Photographer’s Project, "Packard Motel, Eastside Detroit" from 2016, and also learn about his piece in the DARKROOM benefit auction.

Friday, May 28 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Virtual Event

DARKROOM Virtual Benefit Auction for the Museum of Contemporary Photography

DARKROOM is the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago's (MoCP) annual benefit auction and gala, which will be taking place entirely online. This year's event, co-chaired by Joe Reinstein and Lincoln Schatz and will take place on Thursday, June 10, 2021 from 5:45-8:00 p.m., central time. The benefit auction is presented by Sotheby's.

The virtual event with kick off with a pre-show DJ set entitled "Pre-Party Rare Groove 45RPM All Vinyl DJ Set" with Joe Shanahan, founder and owner of famed music venue Metro Chicago, Chicago's independent music venue. He will be spinning 45s—in honor of the museum's 45th anniversary year—remotely from The GMan Tavern in Wrigleyville.

Thursday, June 10, 2021 at 5:45 to 8:00 p.m.
Virtual Event
Tickets Available Now


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