Columbia College Chicago

Events

March 26 - April 24, 2019

Tuesday, March 26

 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...

Gender Theory—Photography Exhibition

Gender Theory is a photo series that rejects the idea that gender is strictly binary by exploring a reality where identity is not socially constructed. It...

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...

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...

Wednesday, March 27

 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...

Gender Theory—Photography Exhibition

Gender Theory is a photo series that rejects the idea that gender is strictly binary by exploring a reality where identity is not socially constructed. It...

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...

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...

Thursday, March 28

 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...

Gender Theory—Photography Exhibition

Gender Theory is a photo series that rejects the idea that gender is strictly binary by exploring a reality where identity is not socially constructed. It...

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...

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...

Friday, March 29

 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...

Gender Theory—Photography Exhibition

Gender Theory is a photo series that rejects the idea that gender is strictly binary by exploring a reality where identity is not socially constructed. It...

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...

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...

Saturday, March 30

Gender Theory—Photography Exhibition

Gender Theory is a photo series that rejects the idea that gender is strictly binary by exploring a reality where identity is not socially constructed. It...

Sunday, March 31

Gender Theory—Photography Exhibition

Gender Theory is a photo series that rejects the idea that gender is strictly binary by exploring a reality where identity is not socially constructed. It...

Monday, April 1

 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...

Gender Theory—Photography Exhibition

Gender Theory is a photo series that rejects the idea that gender is strictly binary by exploring a reality where identity is not socially constructed. It...

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...

Speak Your Truth (SYT) Weekly Meeting

Calling all writers! We are the creative writing organization on campus that unites writers of all genres, majors and non-majors alike, to come together and...

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...

Movie Mondays

Come watch a movie every Monday and relax. Snacks, sweets, and drinks will be provided!

Abs and Buns Class

Have fun developing your core with Megz in this "Abs and Buns" class! All fitness levels are welcome; no prior experience is necessary.

Muggles Weekly Meeting

This year the Muggles Association of Columbia is having book club style meetings as we read the books as a group and discuss what we read and hang out....

Self-Defense and Street Smarts

Learn how to reduce your risk of attack and neutralize an attacker. No martial arts experience required. The techniques taught in this class are affective...

Creative Writing Reading Series: Alumni Reading

This Creative Writing Reading Series event features the work of recent alumni from the English and Creative Writing Department's MFA programs in Fiction,...

Library Zine Night

Join Us for our monthly Zine Night, a chance for you to work alone or collaboratively on zines, comics, artist books, or other paper projects in the...

Tuesday, April 2

 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...

Gender Theory—Photography Exhibition

Gender Theory is a photo series that rejects the idea that gender is strictly binary by exploring a reality where identity is not socially constructed. It...

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...

Clothesline Project Kickoff Workshop

The Clothesline Project is a visual display of T-shirts that celebrates the strength of individuals who have experienced sexual violence, and to increase...

Free HIV Testing

Free HIV testing by CALOR. Sponsered by Student Health and Support and CALOR.

Kick Ass Self-Defense Class with Mark B

Come learn effective self-defense techniques in this interactive workshop open for all students, faculty, and staff. Learn how to be aware of your...

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...

Wednesday, April 3

 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...

CTVA Independent Projects: Information Meeting

Information meeting for Cinema and Television Arts students interested in pursuing independent projects.

Gender Theory—Photography Exhibition

Gender Theory is a photo series that rejects the idea that gender is strictly binary by exploring a reality where identity is not socially constructed. It...

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...

Resource Table with Apna Ghar, Inc.

On behalf of the Sexual Assault Awareness Education Committee, you are invited to meet Radhika Sharma from Apna Ghar, Inc. Apna Ghar, Inc. provides a...

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...

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.

Online Portfolio and Website Basics

You’ve got the creative work, now you need to show it to a wider audience. In this workshop, we will provide an overview of website basics...

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...

March Madness: 3v3 Tournament!

Think you got what it takes to compete in the 2nd annual Columbia Renegades 3 V 3 Tournament? Don't think you have what it takes but still want to play ball...

 Latino and Latin American Studies Lecture Series—"The Headless Woman"

Co-presented by The Art House, the Spring 2019 Latino and Latin American Studies Lecture Series offers the third part of Lucrecia Martel's Salta...

Suspension by Kristiana Rae Colón

Security patrols in riot gear patrol the halls at Climb & Succeed Academy, where a disciplinary code takes in-school suspension to a haunting extreme. FREE...

Thursday, April 4

 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...

CTVA Independent Projects: Information Meeting

Information meeting for Cinema and Television Arts students interested in pursuing independent projects.

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: Resume Review Popcorn Pop-in

Want to make the most of your upcoming career fair experience? Stop by for some guidance on how your resume can help you stand out from the crowd and make a...

Yoga, a Mind/Body Experience with Samantha

Find peace, balance, connection and health as Samantha guides you through this millennia old practice. All fitness levels are welcome and no prior yoga...

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...

Chicago Independent Film Festival—Documentary, "Charlottesville: Our Streets"

A must-see documentary about tragedy and triumph shot from dozens of perspectives. Charlottseville: Our Streets and Miracles (music video). More...

Humanity Speaks Variety Show

A showcase for the arts with live music, poetry readings, creative process presentations, and dance performances—brought to you by Columbia College Chicago’s...

Myles Bacon Senior Recital

Music student Myles Bacon will give his senior performance!

Friday, April 5

 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...

ONE-WEEK SUMMER WORKSHOPS APPLICATION DUE

Today is the last day to submit your application for the One-Week Summer Workshops in Los Angeles!

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...

Microwave Queen Tour: Sofia Caetano and Elliot Sheedy

The Queen of Discomfort™ tours a multimedia installation—POISON GARDEN—in a motorhome gallery. The work presents landscapes of expanded paintings: video...

Getting Started with Portfolium

Learn how to showcase your experience and join the Columbia community on Portfolium, our free digital portfolio network! This intro session will help you:...

Chicago Comedy Film Festival - Friday

Comedy films, web series and pilots featuring Missi Pyle, Jaleel White, Fred Armisan, Patton Oswalt, Mel Brooks, Gary Anthony Williams, Fred Willard, Kevin...

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...

Public Domainia | Science Gone Wrong Double Feature

Every Friday afternoon in April, we will be screening the best of the worst public domainia flicks featuring man's greatest scientific fails. Snacks &...

Workout With the Renegades

Join the Renegades in weekly workouts! These workouts may be sports specific, but you'll have a ball with the fun and energy we bring to the Fitness Studio.

Chicago Independent Film + TV Festival—Friday

Chicago's top indie film event. One big weekend! Free to students, staff, and faculty. Three days of films, videos, comedy projects, pilots and more on...

Cult Cinema Club Weekly Meeting

Weekly screening/discussion meeting. Join us as we further the intelligent conversation of paracinema, and watch and discuss various cult films, moderated by...

ReneGala: Casino Royale

Come join the Renegades at the 2nd annual ReneGala! Network with visiting Alumni, Faculty, and Staff and participate in the premiere black tie event of the...

Bass Blackout

Our upcoming E-Board members—Austin, Cam, and Matt—have created an event that will make you have spring fever. As the weather starts to break come to Bass...

Saturday, April 6

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...

Preview Day at the Music Center

The Music Center will put the Music Department on display for this Preview Day! Explore our facilities and rehearsal spaces, and enjoy special presentations...

Chicago Comedy Film Festival—Winning Screenplay Table Read

Winner of the 2019 Chicago Comedy Film Festival Screenplay Competition Boneheads written by Kelly Karam Synopsis: A broken promise of putting back...

Chicago Comedy Film Festival—Saturday

Comedy films, web series, and pilots featuring Missi Pyle, Jaleel White, Fred Armisan, Patton Oswalt, Mel Brooks, Gary Anthony Williams, Fred Willard, Kevin...

Chicago Indie Film + TV Festival—Saturday

Chicago's top indie film event. One big weekend! Free to students, staff, and faculty. Three days of films, videos, comedy projects, pilots and more on...

Sunday, April 7

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...

Chicago Comedy Film Festival—Sunday

Comedy films, web series, and pilots featuring Missi Pyle, Jaleel White, Fred Armisan, Patton Oswalt, Mel Brooks, Gary Anthony Williams, Fred Willard, Kevin...

Chicago Independent Film + TV Festival

Chicago's top indie film event. One big weekend! Free to students, staff, and faculty. Three days of films, videos, comedy projects, pilots and more on...

Monday, April 8

 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: Resume Review Popcorn Pop-in

Want to make the most of your upcoming career fair experience? Stop by for some guidance on how your resume can help you stand out from the crowd and make 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...

Handshake is a Piece of FUNNEL Cake: Seniors

Hey seniors! Come check out this workshop to learn about Handshake, Columbia's online career portal—made just for you during National Student Employment...

Speak Your Truth (SYT) Weekly Meeting

Calling all writers! We are the creative writing organization on campus that unites writers of all genres, majors and non-majors alike, to come together and...

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...

Movie Mondays

Come watch a movie every Monday and relax. Snacks, sweets, and drinks will be provided!

Abs and Buns Class

Have fun developing your core with Megz in this "Abs and Buns" class! All fitness levels are welcome; no prior experience is necessary.

Muggles Weekly Meeting

This year the Muggles Association of Columbia is having book club style meetings as we read the books as a group and discuss what we read and hang out....

Self-Defense and Street Smarts

Learn how to reduce your risk of attack and neutralize an attacker. No martial arts experience required. The techniques taught in this class are affective...

Tuesday, April 9

 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...

Resource Table with Mujeres Latinas En Acción

On behalf of the Sexual Assault Awareness Education Committee, you are invited to meet Stephanie Gaspar-Hernandez from Mujeres Latinas En Acción. Mujeres...

Career Fair: Resume Review Popcorn Pop-in

Want to make the most of your upcoming career fair experience? Stop by for some guidance on how your resume can help you stand out from the crowd and make a...

Exposure Café: Prep Session 4/9

Prior to the Portfolio Review, join us for a prep session! This prep session will go over topics such as event expectations as well as how best to prepare...

DIY No-Sew Leather Business Card Holder

The Workroom is teaming up with the Career Center to celebrate National Student Employment Week! Prepare for the 2019 Career Fair by making a no-sew leather...

Make a No-Sew Business Card Holder

Stop by The Workroom to make a no-sew business card holder during National Student Employment Week! Perfect for the 2019 Career Fair on April 10 and 11. ...

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...

Reimagining a Retail Career

Retail is a dynamic, fast-paced, and ever-changing industry, but it's not always thought of as a career of choice. The incredible career opportunities are...

Alex Brinkley Senior Recital

Music Student Alex Brinkley will give their senior performance!

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 paid internships and...

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.

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!

Thursday, April 11

 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 paid internships and...

Self Care: Go with the Flow

Join our gathering circle for menstruating bodies! The first session from 1—3 p.m. will include a herbal DIY for helping with the symptoms that come with...

Reimagining Freedom in the 21st Century: The Visionary Challenge of Black Millennial Activists in the Movement for Black Lives

Dr. Barbara Ransby (University of Illinois at Chicago) will speak about her recently published book, Making All Black Lives Matter: Reimagining Freedom in...

Yoga, a Mind/Body Experience with Samantha

Find peace, balance, connection and health as Samantha guides you through this millennia old practice. All fitness levels are welcome and no prior yoga...

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...

Hannah Gadsby Stands Down: Feminist Comedy Studies

On behalf of the Critical Issues in Cultural Studies (CULS 207 01) course, you are invited to join us as Beck Krefting presents "Hannah Gadsby Stands Down:...

Opening Reception

Join us for the opening reception of Birmingham, Alabama, 1963: Dawoud Bey/Black Star and Chicago Stories: Recent Works by Carlos Javier Ortiz and David...

20th Annual Columbia College Chicago Citywide Undergraduate Poetry Festival

Join us for the 20th Annual Columbia College Chicago Citywide Undergraduate Poetry Festival. This event features the best poetry by undergraduate students...

Conversation: Dawoud Bey and Gaëlle Morel

Dawoud Bey will engage in a conversation with Gaëlle Morel, Exhibitions Curator at the Ryerson Image Centre, about the links between his Birmingham projects...

Self Care: Go with the Flow

Join our gathering circle for menstruating bodies! The first session from 1—3 p.m. will include a herbal DIY for helping with the symptoms that come with...

Friday, April 12

 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...

Getting Started with Portfolium

Learn how to showcase your experience and join the Columbia community on Portfolium, our free digital portfolio network! This intro session will help you:...

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...

Public Domainia | Science Gone Wrong Double Feature

Every Friday afternoon in April, we will be screening the best of the worst public domainia flicks featuring man's greatest scientific fails. Snacks &...

Workout With the Renegades

Join the Renegades in weekly workouts! These workouts may be sports specific, but you'll have a ball with the fun and energy we bring to the Fitness Studio.

Art and Art History Open Studios

Tour the Art and Art History undergraduate and graduate studio spaces to see both finished pieces and works in progress. This is the perfect time to meet and...

Circle of Steel

Screening of Circle of Steel followed by a faculty-led discussion with Ron Falzone and director/producer Gillian McKercher and lead actress Chantelle Han....

Cult Cinema Club Weekly Meeting

Weekly screening/discussion meeting. Join us as we further the intelligent conversation of paracinema, and watch and discuss various cult films, moderated by...

Saturday, April 13

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...

Strange Fevers: Artists and Scholars Colloquium

Join us for an afternoon of discussions, readings, and exhibits devoted to our Spring 2019 focus topic. STRANGE FEVERS: MASS DELUSIONS, CONFUSIONS, AND...

Sunday, April 14

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...

Monday, April 15

 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...

Speak Your Truth (SYT) Weekly Meeting

Calling all writers! We are the creative writing organization on campus that unites writers of all genres, majors and non-majors alike, to come together and...

Movie Mondays

Come watch a movie every Monday and relax. Snacks, sweets, and drinks will be provided!

Abs and Buns Class

Have fun developing your core with Megz in this "Abs and Buns" class! All fitness levels are welcome; no prior experience is necessary.

Muggles Weekly Meeting

This year the Muggles Association of Columbia is having book club style meetings as we read the books as a group and discuss what we read and hang out....

Self-Defense and Street Smarts

Learn how to reduce your risk of attack and neutralize an attacker. No martial arts experience required. The techniques taught in this class are affective...

Marisa Garnjobst and Dylan Harper Senior Recital

Music students Marisa Garnjobst and Dylan Harper will give their senior performance!

Tuesday, April 16

 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...

TEDx Info Session

An open forum/info session for students interested in being part of the 2019-2020 TEDx team.

Sez Me (The Columbia Story Hour and a Half)

Sez Me: Columbia Story Hour (and a half) invites Columbia College Chicago students, faculty, staff, and alumni to perform their material before a live...

Erini Nicolaidou Senior Recital

Music Student Erini Nicolaidou will give her senior performance!

How-To Tuesday: April Showers, Paper Flowers

"How-To Tuesdays" are a series of workshops and art-making experiences that highlight certain subjects and areas within the Columbia College Library...

Lofstrom Xtet in Concert

Doug Lofstrom's Xtet ensemble will perform at the Sherwood Concert Hall.

Wednesday, April 17

 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...

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...

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.

Science and Mathematics Spring 2019 Colloquium Series: April 17

Waking Up from Leibniz' Dream: On the Unmechanizability of Truth Presented by: Denis Hirschfeldt, Professor of Mathematics, University of Chicago. This...

Thursday, April 18

 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...

Free STI/HIV Testing

Sponsered by Student Health and Support, Student Health Center, Ann and Robert H Lurie Children's Hosptial of Chicago and University of Illinios Hospital and...

Exposure Café: Prep Session 4/9

Prior to the Portfolio Review, join us for a prep session! This prep session will go over topics such as event expectations as well as how best to prepare...

Yoga, a Mind/Body Experience with Samantha

Find peace, balance, connection and health as Samantha guides you through this millennia old practice. All fitness levels are welcome and no prior yoga...

"The Rack" Opening

The Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion will host the launch of the clothing exchange/free clothing service The Rack, which will be at the SDI offices...

4 A's Agency Portfolio Review

Students in advertising, illustration, marketing, public relations, social media, design, photography, and film are invited to show their work to agency...

Media Portfolio Review

In partnership with our arts and media departments, the Career Center at Columbia College Chicago invites our senior students to present their...

Biggest Mouth

Biggest Mouth 2019 is almost here! Join us at The Metro for a free show featuring some of your favorite Columbia College Chicago artists. Come watch all 12...

Student Piano and Strings Recital #5

Columbia piano and strings students will perform at the Sherwood Concert hall.

Friday, April 19

 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...

Getting Started with Portfolium

Learn how to showcase your experience and join the Columbia community on Portfolium, our free digital portfolio network! This intro session will help you:...

Crafting Your Artist Bio and Project Statements

Describing your creative work is tough! No matter your field, you'll need to express and promote your work effectively through writing. Your Artist Statement...

Public Domainia | Science Gone Wrong Double Feature

Every Friday afternoon in April, we will be screening the best of the worst public domainia flicks featuring man's greatest scientific fails. Snacks &...

Workout With the Renegades

Join the Renegades in weekly workouts! These workouts may be sports specific, but you'll have a ball with the fun and energy we bring to the Fitness Studio.

Cult Cinema Club Weekly Meeting

Weekly screening/discussion meeting. Join us as we further the intelligent conversation of paracinema, and watch and discuss various cult films, moderated by...

New Music Ensemble of the University of Indiana in Concert

The Music Center at Columbia College Chicago will host a performance from the New Music Ensemble of the University of Indiana!

Wyatt Carson Senior Recital

Music student Wyatt Carson will give their senior performance!

Xanadu

Kira floats like a goddess on skates, inspiring love, joy, and magic in an enchanted ’80s roller disco. Book by Douglas Carter Beane Music and lyrics by...

Saturday, April 20

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...

Xanadu

Kira floats like a goddess on skates, inspiring love, joy, and magic in an enchanted ’80s roller disco. Book by Douglas Carter Beane Music and lyrics by...

Xanadu

Kira floats like a goddess on skates, inspiring love, joy, and magic in an enchanted ’80s roller disco. Book by Douglas Carter Beane Music and lyrics by...

Sunday, April 21

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...

Monday, April 22

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...

Writers @ Lunch

Come share your original fiction, poetry, nonfiction, or prose at our monthly open mic—and grab some lunch while you're at it! Max. of two pages,...

Speak Your Truth (SYT) Weekly Meeting

Calling all writers! We are the creative writing organization on campus that unites writers of all genres, majors and non-majors alike, to come together and...

Movie Mondays

Come watch a movie every Monday and relax. Snacks, sweets, and drinks will be provided!

Abs and Buns Class

Have fun developing your core with Megz in this "Abs and Buns" class! All fitness levels are welcome; no prior experience is necessary.

Muggles Weekly Meeting

This year the Muggles Association of Columbia is having book club style meetings as we read the books as a group and discuss what we read and hang out....

Self-Defense and Street Smarts

Learn how to reduce your risk of attack and neutralize an attacker. No martial arts experience required. The techniques taught in this class are affective...

Groove Band in Concert

Come move and groove with the Groove Band!

Tuesday, April 23

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...

DIY Sugar Scrub

DIY Sugar Scrub A homemade sugar scrub is a natural way to soften, exfoliate, and freshen up your skin. Sugar's fine texture gently exfoliates your skin...

Spring 2019 LAS Dean's Lecture—Soulless: The Case Against R. Kelly

Join us for a special presentation by Jim DeRogatis, Associate Professor of Instruction in the English and Creative Writing Department. In November 2000,...

Lofstrom Xtet in Concert

Doug Lofstrom's Xtet ensemble will perform at the Sherwood Concert Hall.

Wednesday, April 24

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...

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...

Supporting Survivors Presentation

Presentation by Tera M. Gurney, LCSW from Porchlight Counseling Services. As a supporter of a survivor, you play a critical role with the healing process....

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.

Science and Mathematics Spring 2019 Colloquium Series: April 24

Art and Materials Conservation Program in Florence, Italy Presented by: Students in the AMC Program at Columbia Students who have recently completed their...

Art Now! Lecture: Folayemi Wilson & Norman Teague

We are excited to welcome Folayemi Wilson & Norman Teague to the Art Now! lecture series. Join us for an engaging evening!Location: 623 S. Wabash Ave, Room...

Master Your Inner Game

It is a rare individual who can go into a presentation – whether to an individual or a large audience – without any anxiety. Creative business consultant...

American Roots Ensemble in Concert

Columbia's student American Roots Ensemble will play a range of roots music!

Book to Art Club

Join the Library and the Aesthetics of Research for our Fall 2018 installment of The Book to Art Club featuring HG Wells’ classic War of the Worlds. Started...

Exploring Negritude in Haitian Art: Dr. Peter L. Haffner

Join us for a conversation via Skype with Dr. Peter L. Haffner, a scholar on Haitian art. He will present a lecture exploring the shared roots of the...

Xanadu

Kira floats like a goddess on skates, inspiring love, joy, and magic in an enchanted ’80s roller disco. Book by Douglas Carter Beane Music and lyrics by...

March 26 - April 24, 2019