Columbia University School of the Arts

Fine arts graduate school of Columbia University

The Columbia University School of the Arts, (also known as School of the Arts or SoA) is the fine arts graduate school of Columbia University in Morningside Heights, New York. It offers Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degrees in Film, Visual Arts, Theatre and Writing, as well as the Master of Arts (MA) degree in Film Studies. It also works closely with the Arts Initiative at Columbia University (CUArts) and organizes the Columbia University Film Festival (CUFF), a week-long program of screenings, screenplay, and teleplay readings.Founded in 1965, the school is one of the leading institutions for the study of visual and performing arts in the United States. Among the school's distinguished graduates are sculptor David Altmejd, visual artist Lisi Raskin, painter Marc Handelman, sculptor Banks Violette and painter Dana Schutz.
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Scott Snyder

American writer

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Jon Scieszka

children's writer and reading advocate from the United States

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Baloney

book by Jon Scieszka

author: Jon Scieszka, Lane Smith

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Guys Write for Guys Read

book by Jon Scieszka

author: Jon Scieszka

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Math Curse

book by Jon Scieszka

author: Jon Scieszka, Lane Smith

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Noisy Outlaws

book by Jon Scieszka

author: Jon Scieszka, Neil Gaiman, Nick Hornby

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Maureen Johnson

American author

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Karen Russell

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Julie Otsuka

writer

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