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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  • Featured Alumni: Jaime Schwartz '05CC...

    We continue our Featured Alumni series with an interview with Jaime Schwartz '05CC, '12GSAS, who is the current Associate Director, Research & Exhibitions at David Zwirner. Our series highlights...

  • Columbia Artists at the 2017 Tony Awards

    CAA Arts Access is proud to support the many Columbia artists who have been nominated for the 2017 Tony Awards. Columbia students, alumni, and professors, all involved with this year’s biggest and...


Improvisational Repertory Theatre Ensemble (IRTE) Presents: Happy Birthday, Stupid Kid! at Providence Fringe and MITF

Jamie McCluskey is turning 12 and you're invited to celebrate THE BIG DAY! There will be games, goodie bags, live music, a birthday cake and plenty of mayhem. Jamie may be just a "stupid kid," but it's the adults who are out of control in this improvised and interactive birthday party. You'll get to join in the fun while witnessing the over-the-top antics of Jamie's family.

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Lost in Stars Album from poet and composer Dylan Willoughby '99LAW

Lost in Stars is the downtown-LA based electronic music project of poet and composer Dylan Willoughby '99LAW, in collaboration with Kid Moxie, Alysa Lobo, Darren Burgos and Gaku Murata. Lost in Stars self-titled debut album was released on March 31 with tracks premiering at PopMatters, Insomniac, PureVolume, Earmilk, EdgeTV, and Big Shot. In conjunction with the release, Impose Magazine published an essay by Willoughby about listening to music in theage of streaming. Mute Records artist Maps and Minimal Waves artist Philippe Laurent (Hot Bip) contributed remixes.

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