Columbia College Chicago

Events

Wednesday, October 9

"Lethal Ladies: The Women of True Crime" Exhibit

As both perpetrators and participants in our shared cultural fascination with the subject matter, women have made vast contributions to true crime-related...

Community Ofrenda: Reclaiming Ancestors and Traditions

Columbia College Chicago student's exhibition is a colorful community "ofrenda" inspired by the Mexican holiday, "Dias de los Muertos". This special and...

Albert P. Weisman Award Exhibition

Reception: Friday, October 18, 4 - 7 PM The 2019 Albert P. Weisman Award Exhibition features a wide range of artistic practices within the disciplines of...

Field Book

Field Book is a photographic survey of urban life in the American Southwest. Jordan Putt’s work is informed by his experience as a land surveyor in Arizona...

Let's Do It: Twenty-Three Years of Book and Paper, The Center for Book and Paper Arts, 1994–2017

September 3–October 23, 2019 Reception: September 12, 5-8 p.m. Curated by Jessica Cochran Let’s Do It presents newly commissioned projects by artists...

"Chicago Pattern Project" Presented by René King and Petra Probstner

Please join us for an experiential urban adventure in the South Loop. The Chicago Pattern Project is occupying the storefronts at 619 S. Wabash Avenue and...

Wellness Waffles

Join the Sexual Assault Awareness Education Committee and Student Diversity and Inclusion for Waffle Wednesday to Learn how to Spot Red Flags for Domestic...

Waffle Wednesday

Join SDI every Wednesday for free waffles!

Wednesday Noon Guitar Concert Series at the Conaway

Columbia guitar students will perform a selection of jazz and contemporary tunes during the lunch hour at the Conaway Center.

BFA Information and Directing Curriculum Advising

Learn about pursuing a BFA in Cinema and Television Arts in Directing, Producing, Cinematography, Production Design, Screenwriting, Editing and...

Debra Riley Parr Art Now! Lecture

Join us for Debra Riley Parr's artist talk as part of the Art Now! Speaker Series! Debra Riley Parr is Associate Professor in the Art and Art History...

Lectures in Photography: Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa

Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa is a photographer, writer, and editor of The Great Leap Sideways. He has a BA in philosophy and French from Oxford University (UK)...

Where There is Darkness - (In)Justice for All Film Fest

The Next Movement and CTVA present "Where There is Darkness," part of the (In)Justice for All Film Festival. Having devoted his life to helping the less...

Wednesday, October 9