Monthly Archives: November 2011
Installation view; photo by Kathi Beste
The Columbia Chronicle recently reviewed “Unfree Freedom,” current Spotlight Exhibition….
CBPA Thanksgiving holiday hours…
The Center for Book and Paper Arts is pleased to partner with the Southside Hub of Production and South Side Projections on letterpress programming….
Critics and judges at Independent Film and Documentary Festivals have been taking notice of Folleh Shar Tamba’s documentary The Triangle of Death.
InterArts Alumna takes lead role in coordinating archaeology project in Qatar that will use unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) photography.
Diane Derr’s newest collaborative project (InterArts MFA 2007) combines the latest unmanned aerial vehicle technology with digital video and photographic data capture.
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As part of the 35th Anniversary year celebration of the Interdisciplinary Arts Department, Internationally acclaimed artist Pamela Z gave a 2-hour public performance of excerpts from a number of her pieces in the Raw Space Black Box Theater.
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The closing reception for Space and Place culminated in live performances providing skewed realities.
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Experimentation with alternative methods and materials was at the heart of Swiss artist Dafi Kühne’s workshops at the Center for Book and Paper Arts.
InterArts presents two individual installations and performances by MFA students Alexa Rittichier and Juliana Piscitiello at Columbia College.
Julianna Piscitiello, detail from performance of Suspended Illuminations.
The Columbia College Chicago Center for Book & Paper Arts is offering two two-week residencies in the summer of 2012. The residencies are intended to provide time, facilities and assistance for specific projects.