The Changing World of Contemporary International Art Today

Considering the Creative Habit

A lecture by Twyla Tharp ’63
Monday, September 15, 2014
7 PM
Event Oval, The Diana Center

Join renowned choreographer and Distinguished Guest Artist Twyla Tharp ’63, as she discusses principles and practices for success in life and art.

Ariane Rinehart '15: Actor

Ariane recently played Liesl in NBC's production of "The Sound of Music Live!" She also plays Eve in Darren Aronofsky's film Noah

Barnard/Columbia Dances at Miller Theatre

Friday, April 25 - Saturday, April 26
7 PM (2 PM Saturday)
Miller Theater, 2960 Broadway

Barnard Welcomes Twyla Tharp '63 as Distinguished Guest Artist

Acclaimed Dance Maker, Author and Director to Showcase Unique Artistry to Students and the Public during the 2014-15 Academic Year.



Senior Creative Thesis Dance Concert 2014

Friday, March 28 - Saturday, March 29, 2014
7 PM
Minor Latham Playhouse, 118 Milbank Hall

Senior dance majors create, produce, and perform in the culmination of their artistic and intellectual studies.

Dance in Art and Science

Wednesday, January 15, 2014
7 PM
Julius S. Held Lecture Hall, 304 Barnard Hall

An audience-led panel will explore how artists and scientists use innovative technology and dance methods to uncover new ways to express human movement. 

Performing Arts at Barnard

At Barnard, students study the performing arts intellectually and critically, while immersing themselves in practice on campus and in the wider world of New York City.

Performing Tradition & Innovation

A Performace
Friday, October 18, 2013
1:30 PM
305 Barnard Hall

Barnard/Columbia dancers perform global, classical, and contemporary pieces.

Captured Motion: The Art and Science of Human Movement Research

A discussion with Chris Bregler
Monday, September 16, 2013
7 PM
Julius S. Held Auditorium, 304 Barnard Hall

Join Chris Bregler, professor of computer science at New York University and director of the NYU Movement Lab, and Paul Scolieri, Barnard associate professor of Dance, for an eye-opening discussion of motion capture research. Bregler’s research involves modern dancers, U.S. Presidential candidates, Olympic athletes, and crowds.