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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  • Coming Soon! Columbians on Broadway

    Summer is teeming with activity as Broadway prepares its fall season. This fall, we can anticipate a bevy of new Broadway shows with Columbia alumni, faculty, and students at the helm. We follow up...

  • Featured Alumni: Elizabeth Rose Daly '...

    As part of our blog series on Featured Alumni, we interview Elizabeth Rose Daly ‘94SIPA, who created Liz Daly’s Culture Digest as a way to share her love of New York City’s amazing cultural offerings...

  • 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...

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Corkscrew Theater Festival

Columbia alumni Thomas Kapusta (CC '12), Alexander Donnelly (CC '13), and Alex Hare (CC'13) have created a brand-new theater festival aimed at supporting young artists making new work through innovative collaborative models. The festival runs August 7-September 3 at the Paradise Factory theater on the Lower East Side (64 E 4th St). Five world premiere productions and five works-in-progress readings. The staff and creative artists also feature many Columbia and Barnard alumni.

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Documentary Film Releases Directed by Christopher Perkel '98CC

Two documentaries will be released this September, Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives, which was the Opening Night film at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, will be released by Apple Music and in select theaters. Foreman, a biography of legendary boxer and pitchman George Foreman will be on Epix and released theatrically by Universal International. Check them out! ;) 

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