Columbia University

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Art education

As autumn looms, US art schools prepare for students’ return amid the pandemic

From online lessons to outdoor classrooms, universities are attempting to make studio practices safe, but some students say the class quality does not match the steep tuition

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Education

International art students may be forced to leave the US under Trump's new ICE policy on remote learning

Harvard and MIT filed lawsuits against the US government while the president of CalArts calls the move an act of "political theatre" amid the pandemic

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Climate Change

Columbia University launches year-long programming on climate change

Artists such as Olafur Eliasson will participate in the university’s Year of Water initiative

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Exhibitions

Columbia University exhibition retells the story of America by foregrounding 'black genius'

Featuring archival documents, vintage images and contemporary art, 20 and Odd aims to correct a narrative about a nation's power and identity

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Exhibitions

Betting on the young outsiders: Dealers and collectors are watching the art schools like Hollywood talent scouts

This year’s Columbia University School of the Arts 2002 MFA Thesis Exhibition as zeitgeist for current trends

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Columbia University

An art historian stands accused of criminal libel; a conviction would affect the future freedom of critics

Professor James Beck of Columbia University is standing trial in Italy