About CAA Arts Access

A program of the Columbia Alumni Association (CAA), Arts Access is a hub — for experiences, for insider access, for discovery.

We connect artists, scholars, producers, and audiences through dynamic programs and resources.  

Membership is free and open to all alumni.   

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The King and I Meets Soft Power: Representation in Asian-Themed Musicals

Tony Award-winning theater artists director Bartlett Sher and playwright David Henry Hwang engage in a conversation on the current state of American musical theater, as it wrestles with becoming more sensitive and inclusive, with focus on Asian-themed musicals. Tue 05 Feb 2019 7 - 8:30 p.m. Asia Society 725 Park Avenue New York, NY 10021 $20 members; $22 students/seniors; $25 nonmembers Asia Society website: https://asiasociety.org/new-york/events/king-and-i-meets-soft-power?fbclid=IwAR1n4SjUFk8rLWf_f-1u7tVrkjm_yjJ2sW862A7y0BdnyYfIBeyzfJUctIA Asia Society Fb event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/354170055362909/

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Class offering at Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop

Farrah Field '04SOA will be teaching The Money Class at Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop! Sign up for poetry workshop at Berl’s!During this five-week class, we will explore how poets address the issues of money, class, debt, materialism, work, and value. Five books are included with class and will be discussed each week and everyone will workshop a poem per week. Class takes place Tuesday evening at 7:30 and starts January 29th. More details and how to sign up are posted on Berl's website. https://berlspoetry.squarespace.com/happenings/2019/1/5/the-money-class-with-farrah-field

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