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Bucketlist: Art, Poetry, And Hip-Hop

Bucket List represents the intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. Welcome to our first Bucket List of the Spring Semester! Our recommendations for this week are below and the full list is after the jump. If you notice any events that have been left off the list, or a correction, please leave them in […]

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ABACUS at Postcrypt

Last night, in the basement of St. Paul’s Chapel, Postcrypt Art Gallery held an exhibition simply titled ABACUS. It was curated by Ema O’Connor, CC ’14, and featured artists Kaela Chambers and Leah Wolff examining how scientific knowledge and imagination develop through life. Avid Art Historian Conor Skelding walked downstairs. Gallery goers came and went, and the population […]

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Free Food: Gettin’ Your Draw On

The Arts Initiative is sponsoring a free five hour (!!!) Drawathon tonight in 501 Dodge from 6 to 11 pm featuring various snacks included but not limited to: cookies, chips, pretzels, cheese, and dips. Prepare for artistic adventure as seven student figure models pose for your drawing pleasure. There will be art supplies there, so […]

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LectureHop: A Question of Style

Bwog’s Chief MoMA Correspondent Claire Sabel reports from a lecture on Michael Craig-Martin that reveals the artsy side of the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation: Michael Craig-Martin‘s work is immediately recognizable. His larger-than-life line drawings of everyday objects are usually complimented with garishly bright colors and have adorned an entire floor at MoMA, housing […]

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In Defense of… Revson Plaza

Bwog’s latest Defense project is of an architectural persuasion: Revson Plaza and its sculptures. Claire Sabel bravely takes on the task. For some, Revson Plaza, the elevated walkway over Amsterdam connecting SIPA, EC, and the Law School to the rest of the campus does not sit comfortably among the rest of the Morningside architecture. There […]

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Guy on Tightrope at St. John Divine

Unfortunately you won’t be able to see him walking a tightrope up in the sky today, but if you’re interested you will have a chance to meet stuntster and artist Philippe Petit tonight at St. John the Divine. Petit is most famous for his tightrope walks between the towering tips of skyscrapers in the city. […]

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DigiTuesdays

 More stuff you shouldn’t have saved on a public computer.   However, only the artists know the intentions that lie behind these choices. Since they are dead, we will never know but can guess.   These artists seem almost the equivalent of psychologists in that rather than telling us what is important, they depict it […]

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