Columbia College Chicago

Events

Wednesday, April 10

 Between Love and Madness: Mexican Comic Art from the 70's and Today

March 7—April 19 , 2019 Reception: March 7, 5—8 p.m. (with panel discussion at 6 p.m.) Between Love and Madness: Mexican Comic Art from the 70s and Today...

An American Dream Reconsidered: Immigrant Rights Now!

An American Dream Reconsidered: Immigrant Rights Now! is an exhibit/display of community-engaged paintings, mixed-media works, and photography focused on...

Jonathan Michael Castillo's Chungking Mansions: A World Unto Itself

Chungking Mansions: A World Unto Itself features new work by Jonathan Michael Castillo created in Hong Kong and funded by the Stuart R. Abelson Award. With a...

Career Fair Prep: How to Share Who You Are and What You Do

You've got skills--you know it, and our visiting employers know it. So swing by and hear what they tell us they wish students did and said when visiting...

Columbia College Chicago's 2019 Career Fair

The 2019 Career Fair brings organizations to campus to recruit students, grads, and alumni from all majors and concentrations for internships and full-time...

Waffle Wednesday

Come get free waffles with the Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion (SDI) every Wednesday! Be on the lookout for special partnerships throughout the...

Bystander Intervention Presentation

Presentation by Sasha Solov from Life Span. With an emphasis on safety and community, this workshop focuses on what we can all do to prevent and respond to...

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.

Don’t Get Rid of Apu

Bhaskar Sunkara, founding editor and publisher of Jacobin magazine, will talk with students about Apu, the controversial Indian American character from The...

C33 Gallery Call for Proposals

The Department of Exhibitions, Performances, and Student Spaces (DEPS) offers students at Columbia College Chicago the opportunity to exhibit their art...

Design Department Lecture Series: Ben Blount

Ben Blount was born and raised in Detroit. He is a designer and letterpress printer that loves books, type, and putting ink on paper. His work often explores...

Take 1 Student Shorts Fest

Take 1 is long running juried festival featuring short films made by students in Cinema and Television Arts Foundations classes. Cash awards will be...

"Swan Soong": Staged Reading

Swan Soong, Jyl Bonaguro's new play set in 1940s war-torn Shanghai, follows the lives of the famous Chinese Soong Sisters. Love and double-crossing abound as...

Jules Cunningham Senior Recital

Music student Jules Cunningham will give their senior performance!

Wednesday, April 10