Category Archives: Public Art

Classical Music Made Simple

Before I attended a Late Night Rose Concert at the Chamber Music Society last week, it would be safe to say I had never seen classical music performed outside of an academic setting. Even after Music Hum, it’s hard to … Continue reading

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Before the Procession: Building a Lantern for Morningside Lights

As a Resident Adviser on Columbia’s campus, there are few things I get more excited about than the prospects of a program that I don’t have to plan. So when I first saw posters advertising Morningside Lights, I yanked one … Continue reading

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Morningside Lights Artist Talk with Alex Kahn and Sophia Michahelles

What is processional art? The idea of the parade evokes the imagery of marching bands, elaborate floats, large Macy’s Day balloons, and a chaos of noises coming from the excitement of both the on looking crowds and the procession itself. … Continue reading

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