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Book & Paper alumna Lauren Dubeau's thesis. Professor Paul Catanese's Sound as an Art Material Class. Ttm paper project Book & Paper student Krista Franklin's Artwork from Thinking Through Making Opening of At Close Distance, curated by Laura Elayne Miller
Rehearsals for Media alumna Gianina Lockley's thesis. Book & Paper student Elizabeth Isakson's artwork from Thinking Through Making Opening of post human//future tense, curated by Michelle Graves, NIc Ruley and Nick Sagan. Media aluna Jessica Hannah's thesis. MA alumna Janeen Hayes' thesis.
Interdisciplinary Arts provides an understanding of a wide range of art, music, theater, and performance practice. The guests, inventiveness, and conceptual framework of the graduate programs encourage students to understand the interdisciplinary nature of arts production within the huge landscape of modern culture – as a department, its spot on.
–Steven Watson
Students looking at the aartwork of papermaker Timothy Barrett. Book & Paper alumna Amy Jacobs' thesis. Media students Jenny Garnett and Michael St. John's installation for the Sound as Art Material class. Krista Franklin Media student Michelle Korte Lecia performances at the Museum of Contemporary Art
Media Alumna Shalaka Kulkarni's thesis performance. Book & Paper alumnus Joseph Lappie's thesis. Book & Paper Alumna Laurie LeBreton's Thesis. Working in the letterpress studio. Media alumna Gianina Lockey's thesis.
Book & Paper student CJ Mace's artwork from Thinking Through Making. Professor Jeanine Mellinger's installation in the Columbia College-Chicago Media Center. Student Michael St. John's performance from the Performance in Artificial Space class. Media Alumna Laura Elayne Miller's performance from the Performance in Artificial Space class. MA alumnus Nick Morr in the Movement class.
Working together with Sally Alatalo of Sara Ranchouse Publishing and the highly skilled students at the Columbia College Book and Paper Studio, five hundred pages of lentils in abaca paper were produced for my book in one day. This was a repeat visit for me and further reinforces my view that this is the best hand papermaking facility in the country!
–Alison Knowles
Gianina Lockley Book & Paper student Haley Nagy looks at the work of Amy Rabas. ttm paper project Performance by visiting artists Noisefold. Community classes in the Book & Paper Center.
Book & Paper alumna Kelly Parsell's thesis. Book & Paper alumna Matt Pierce thesis. Student CJ Mace's artwork from Thinking Through Making Students Don Widmer and Nick Sagan during rehearsals for Performance in Artificial Space. Book & Paper alumna Maggie Puckett's artwork.
Gianina Lockley Media alumnus Nick Sagan during a workshop with visiting artist Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss ttm paper project Krista Franklin Media alumna Tamale Sepp's artowrk.
Columbia College is one of the most exciting schools around for anyone interested in electronics arts in an interdisciplinary context. Their list of offerings for MFA degrees is stunning; if I were applying to college today, I would definitely include Columbia among my top choices.
–Mary Lucier
Technical Director Matt Harris works with media alumnus Mick Sagan. Rehearsals during Performance in Artificial Space. ttm paper project Media Alumna Shalaka Kulkarni's artwork from Space and Place. Laura Elayne Miller
Media student Temple Cunningham performing. Media alumnus Kevin Valentine's thesis. ttm paper project Krista Franklin Laura Elayne Miller