There’s a war in heaven, God is dying, and he’s taking the universe with him: this is the premise of José Rivera’s 1993 Obie-Award winning play.
Barnard and Columbia dancers perform global, classical and contemporary works.
Anthony Grafton, Professor of History at Princeton University and current President of the American Historical Association, offers a trenchant defense of humanistic scholarship as part of the Barnard Humanities Initiative.
A film screening of a rare, recently discovered documentary made by Galician immigrants on their experiences in Argentina.
Ten years after the events of September 11, an international group of artists, writers, and activists gather to explore the effects of catastrophe and discuss creative responses to disaster.
The one-man play, written and performed by David Greenspan, explores the non-artist's take on categorizing, dissecting, and defining art for the rest of us.
Given to Barnard by Virginia “Jinny” Bloedel Wright ’51, on the occasion of her 60th reunion, the Holzer piece is the College’s first major piece of artwork. Read about the dedication ceremony that took place following Commencement.
Alumnae and friends of Barnard College gathered at the historic Plaza Hotel for the annual Scholarship Dinner and Auction to honor Ellen Futter ’71 and Barbara Novak ’50. Actress Greta Gerwig ’06 served as MC; the event raised a record $2.1 Million for Financial Aid.