It’s getting chilly out, but BLAIS and Milstein Center can be a great place to warm up! With a broad range of activities, workshops, and even a GIS celebration, there’s something for everyone.
Please join us in giving a warm welcome to the newest members of the ML team! You can learn more about this year's Student Artist in Residence (SAR) cohort on the Movement Lab website.
This semester, we welcome Minne Atairu, Christina Duan, Rosie Elliott, Yilin Li, Grace Li, Liz Radway, Nami Weatherby, Sarah Yasmine Marazzi-Sassoon, and Chunming Zheng as our student artists in residence.
Welcome to all our SARs — We look forward to creating with you!
The Movement Lab and Zine Library will host a series of crossover Stillness Labs Wednesdays in November 11:45-12:45 in MLC 020.
The Movement Lab Team thanks Columbia Spectator writer Lucy Kudlinski for her review of Columbia Maison Française’s "Being in the World: People and the Planet in French and Francophone Cinema" Festival event featuring four short films by Julie Gautier and a Q&A discussion between Julie Gautier and Movement Lab Faculty Director Gabri Christa.
Fall is in full swing at BLAIS and the Milstein Centers: Read on for announcements of new hires and new collections, and an exciting line-up of events - from talks and workshops to a Halloween party!
Zyaijah Nadler from Primary Care Health Service invited us to identify zines from our collection that address relationship violence.
Welcome to the first ever Barnard Digital Humanities Center newsletter!
The staff of the Barnard Archives and Special Collections is excited to announce the Coalition for Women Prisoners Collection!
Zines ASSEMBLE is a two-day online event on Fri 9th and Sat 10th September 2022 exploring zines, zine making, zine research and zine cultures. Barnard Zine Library curator Jenna Freedman will give a lightning talk on the zine corpus she and other BZLers have been working on (notably former paid intern Miranda Johnson and zine assistant Ellie Yousif BC '22/Mailman '23).
Whether you’re on campus, in NYC, or far beyond, we hope you’re making the most of the summer! Read on to learn about news and upcoming events from BLAIS & the Milstein Centers.
Barnard community members recognized Nancy A. Garvey ’71, a Trustee of the College, for her remarkable achievements with the dedication of a new pathway, ‘Garvey Walk.’
Please join us in congratulating the EFMP grantees!
Hi! I'm Erinma. I'm from Maryland and I am an Urban Studies major with a concentration in Africana Studies.
After at least six years of trying to complete a run of Sassy magazine, we finally have all nine volumes on an oversize shelf in the Barnard Library!