Category Archives: Guest Bloggers

Science and Art: Bridging the Gap

I bet “science” is the last word you would have expected to see here. After all, what do stark, white coat clad, equation solving, pipette-wielding scientists have to do with art? Art is about seeing things in different ways, expressing … Continue reading

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Surgam and Spring – How They Literally Fit Together

“But what on earth is the Philolexian Society??”That’s a good question, and I hear it a lot. “Columbia’s undergraduate literary and debate society” is probably the best answer (“Victor Hugo’s Court of Miracles given a bath and a shave” is another).The debate … Continue reading

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Guest Video of the Day: Patrick Blute Talks Safety

Hello CUArts fans! First and foremost I’d just like to thank CUArts for the plug and featuring my short PSA announcement “Lights Out”. I made the short for a Bridgestone tires public service announcement contest about the dangers of texting … Continue reading

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Founder of Columbia Alumni Arts League (CAAL) Starts A New Adventure

Dear CUarts, I couldn’t help but smile when I saw The New York Times‘ rave review of Lawrence Wright’s film “My Trip to Al-Qaeda.” Three years ago, 12 of you attended the Columbia Alumni Arts League’s first CAAL Night for … Continue reading

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TIC 200K: A Retrospective – the “Why Not?” Factor.

It’s been a little over two years since the TIC opened its gate in Lerner Hall Lobby. I have to admit that when I first arrived in January of ‘08 and took a tour of our little store front I … Continue reading

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If a concert happens and no one is there to hear it…

As we at Miller Theatre plan for the next performance season, we are eager to learn more about our student audience to ensure we are making smart decisions about what we do. If you have an opinion about what your … Continue reading

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Time Machine: A Weekend at Miller Theatre

Even in New York, where a routine weekend includes dozens of can’t-miss arts events, it’s rare for a single presenter to swing from orchestral noise rock to a cappella motets within 24 hours. That’s exactly how I spent my weekend, … Continue reading

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