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The Triple Canopy Experience

by Hannah King

Triple Canopy is: “an online magazine, workspace, and platform for editorial and curatorial activities. Working collaboratively with writers, artists, and researchers, Triple Canopy facilitates projects that engage the Internet’s specific …

The Triple Canopy Experience

Triple Canopy is: “an online magazine, workspace, and platform for editorial and curatorial activities. Working collaboratively with writers, artists, and researchers, Triple Canopy facilitates projects that engage the Internet’s specific …

Interdisciplinary Book & Paper Arts MFA Hannah King, hking@colum.edu
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605

Chicago Weather

by Dan Mollison

[flickr id=”6853846232″ thumbnail=”medium” overlay=”true” size=”original” group=”” align=”none”] About a week ago, I made a change that signaled a moment that I enjoy every year it comes: I retired my jeans …

Chicago Weather

[flickr id=”6853846232″ thumbnail=”medium” overlay=”true” size=”original” group=”” align=”none”] About a week ago, I made a change that signaled a moment that I enjoy every year it comes: I retired my jeans …

Film & Video - Creative Producing MFA Dan Mollison, dmollison@gmail.com
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605
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Covering Elections: Local Edition

by Stephanie Ewing

Before leaving on spring break, our RPA professors decided we should go out with a bang. Each class member was assigned a local state legislative race to cover on primary …

Covering Elections: Local Edition

Before leaving on spring break, our RPA professors decided we should go out with a bang. Each class member was assigned a local state legislative race to cover on primary …

Journalism MA Stephanie Ewing, stephanie.ewing@loop.colum.edu
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605
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Epitonic Enjoys Some saki Action to Celebrate It’s One Year Relaunch

by Nikki Hartel

Epitonic is actually thirteen a year-old .com entity and was originally founded in March of 1999. Epitonic is an editorial and music discovery site. The site struggled to stay alive and went into hybernation for about six years, but one year ago, Co-Founder and President, Justin Sinkovich brought the site back to life. The launching of a Kickstarter campaign was able to breathe life back into the business and get it back on its proverbial feet.

Epitonic Enjoys Some saki Action to Celebrate It’s One Year Relaunch

Epitonic is actually thirteen a year-old .com entity and was originally founded in March of 1999. Epitonic is an editorial and music discovery site. The site struggled to stay alive and went into hybernation for about six years, but one year ago, Co-Founder and President, Justin Sinkovich brought the site back to life. The launching of a Kickstarter campaign was able to breathe life back into the business and get it back on its proverbial feet.

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600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605
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Lorraine O’Grady Visits

by Evan Baden

This week saw another visiting artist. This was our second of three visiting artists for the semester. I have often spoken of Columbia’s visiting artist lecture series and how great …

Lorraine O’Grady Visits

This week saw another visiting artist. This was our second of three visiting artists for the semester. I have often spoken of Columbia’s visiting artist lecture series and how great …

I earned my B.F.A from the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota in 2007. Since 2006, I have created two bodies of work, The Illuminati and Technically Intimate. They have been exhibited internationally with museums and galleries in London, Paris, Venice, Florence, Finland, The Netherlands, Toronto and throughout the United States. My work is held in the collections of the Walker Art Center, Milwaukee Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Photography, and the Kinsey Institute. Pieces have also appeared in numerous publications, including TIME, The Guardian, FOAM, New York Magazine, Le Monde, D della Repubblica, DUMMY, Geo, and DIE ZEIT. In 2008, I won the Jerome Fellowship for Emerging Artists. I have also been a finalist for the McKnight Fellowship for Photography and nominated for the Baum Award for Emerging American Photographers. Evan Baden, evan.baden@loop.colum.edu
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605
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Elementary Student Teaching: Last Week Wrap up of Projects

by Sarah McHugh

[flickr id=”6853517430″ thumbnail=”medium” overlay=”true” size=”original” group=”” align=”center”] In the last week of student teaching at the elementary level, there was definitely pressure to wrap up the art projects and put …

Elementary Student Teaching: Last Week Wrap up of Projects

[flickr id=”6853517430″ thumbnail=”medium” overlay=”true” size=”original” group=”” align=”center”] In the last week of student teaching at the elementary level, there was definitely pressure to wrap up the art projects and put …

Art Education MAT Sarah McHugh, sarahemchugh@gmail.com
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605
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Fiction 2: WTF is a Parody?

by Chris Terry

Fiction 2 is the writing workshop that you take in your second semester of the Fiction Writing program. The big assignment is a Parody, which is your take on a …

Fiction 2: WTF is a Parody?

Fiction 2 is the writing workshop that you take in your second semester of the Fiction Writing program. The big assignment is a Parody, which is your take on a …

Chris L. Terry received a Creative Writing – Fiction MFA from Columbia College Chicago in 2012. His thesis novel Zero Fade was published by Curbside Splendor in the fall of 2013, and was on Best of the Year lists by Slate.com, Kirkus Reviews and the American Library Association. After graduation, he worked in Columbia College Chicago Student Engagement and Culture for over a year. As of summer 2015, he is living in Los Angeles, writing a novel about a mixed-race punk bassist, and working as a Copywriter. Chris Terry, chrislterry@gmail.com
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605
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Flip Flops in the Windy City: Recording Session #1!

by Mason Kaye

I don’t think there is a single film composer out there that would argue that the recording session phase of writing music is the awesomest part.  Every time.  It is …

Flip Flops in the Windy City: Recording Session #1!

I don’t think there is a single film composer out there that would argue that the recording session phase of writing music is the awesomest part.  Every time.  It is …

Music Composition for the Screen MFA Mason Kaye, mason.kaye@yahoo.com
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605
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A Day in the Life of a DMT & C Student

by Emily D’Annunzio

[flickr id=”6151612373″ thumbnail=”medium_640″ overlay=”true” size=”original” group=”” align=”none”] I go on and on writing in my blog about this and that, but I often wonder if readers are ever like, “So, …

A Day in the Life of a DMT & C Student

[flickr id=”6151612373″ thumbnail=”medium_640″ overlay=”true” size=”original” group=”” align=”none”] I go on and on writing in my blog about this and that, but I often wonder if readers are ever like, “So, …

Dance/Movement Therapy & Counseling MA Emily D’Annunzio, emilyadannunzio@gmail.com
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605