Columbia College Chicago

Events

Friday, October 15

#HereToo-COLUMBIA COLLEGE CHICAGO and AMERICAN ORIGAMI

Join the MoCP, Columbia College Chicago’s Theater Department, and #HereToo for an evening of two distinct, devised plays examining America’s gun violence...

BAD ART::  KITSCH, CAMP & CRAFT Exhibit

Join us for both a celebration and examination of artmaking and work often relegated and dismissed as "BAD" by audiences and/or the establishment. Black...

COMMUNITY OFRENDA + CODEX EXPRESS YOURSELF: FALL 2021

We welcome you to view these artist books, “one of a kind” codex-inspired creations in the entrance area of CCC Library. These artistic creations are...

MARK MAKERS, Black Light Posters & UV Paints Exhibit

Have a soft spot in your heart for 1960s hotrod monsters, Lisa Frank, wizards, van art and/or pinball? Visit the Library's 4th Floor East space to see some...

C33 Gallery Call for Exhibition Proposals

C33 Spring 2022 Exhibition ProgramThe Department of Exhibitions, Performances, and Student Spaces (DEPS) offers students at Columbia College Chicago the...

9am
Virtual Event
Jonathan Michael Castillo: Unaccompanied

Jonathan Michael Castillo: Unaccompanied Unaccompanied, features new work by Jonathan Michael Castillo created in Chicago and funded by the Diane...

jina valentine: Exhibit of American Negroes, Revisited

For the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris, W.E.B. Du Bois led the creation of a series of modernist drawings that visualized data on the state of Black...

Career Discovery Series: How to Design Your Career

Learn how to use the same process designers use to conceptualize new products, and spaces, and apply those principles to career exploration.

 Career Discovery Series: How to Use Mind Mapping Software to Identify & Communicate Your Skills to Employers

Join us as we learn some new computer software tips and techniques that neuroscience says are best for communicating and remembering your skills and...

Short Shorts Showcase at Columbia Weekend

Cinema and Television Arts presents short shorts on the BIG screen. Come together to Connect and Engage at Columbia Weekend to see work created during the...

American Origami/#HereToo-CCC

Longtime Tectonic Theater Project members Jimmy Maize and Barbara Pitts McAdams direct two student-devised plays examining America’s gun violence epidemic....

The Seldoms: GRASS

Inventive, unsentimental, and arresting contemporary choreography — Chicago Tribune GRASS is a new dance theater work from The Seldoms about turf grass...

Friday, October 15