In a project with the Movement Lab that pays tribute to family and memory, the rising senior steps back into childhood to make sense of today.
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.
Columbia Spectator Review of Julie Gautier’s Film Screening and Q&A Discussion with Movement Lab Director Gabri Christa
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.
Biology lecturer and alumna Chisa Hidaka ’86 guides students through the intersection of STEM and movement by exploring the anatomy in action.
The Movement Lab has opened applications for its Graduate Assistant position. This part-time job is to assist Guy de Lancey, our studio manager, with the operational logistics of running the Lab. You must have a Bachelors Degree in order to apply.
The Movement Lab is now accepting applications for our Fall '21-Spring '22 Student Artist-in-Residence!
The Movement Lab has opened applications for its Post Baccalaureate Fellowship position. This full-time, year-long job will help develop skills and technical / creative / collaborative insights through assisting in the operational logistics of running the Movement Lab, along with supporting the research and development of a personal creative project. You must be a resent Barnard/Columbia graduate in order to apply.
Movement Lab Artist-in-Residence LaJuné presents The Black Movement Library Portrait Series at Brooklyn Public Library
Visit the Brooklyn Public Library at sundown June 23rd and 24th for The Black Movement Library Portrait Series, a large-scale public outdoor performance organized by new media artist, creative technologist, educator, and Movement Lab Artist-in-Residence LaJuné McMillian.
The Movement Lab Team thanks Bwog writer Grace Novarr for her participation in and review of our workshop: Radical Joy with Sydnie L. Mosley! Read more about her experience and check out our upcoming events for future Movement Lab programming.
To coincide with Shange’s first posthumous book, Dance We Do: A Poet Explores Black Dance, the College is hosting several events through the two-year-long Shange Magic Project.
Because the need to make sense of urgent questions can’t wait, the College introduced a new course that puts first-years first.
Join Movement Lab Faculty Director Gabri Christa this Saturday, July 19, 2020, from 4:00-7:00PM, as she moderates a conversation with the makers of Bend by Susan Misner after its World Premiere at the 2020 Dance on Camera Festival.
The Movement Lab's Guy de Lancey speaks about becoming a political refugee to escape the South African apartheid in our first Artist Interview, which will soon be recorded in a larger podcast as a part of our Virtual Lab.
On July 10th, Netflix is premiering the movie "Hole in the Wall," cinematography by Guy de Lancey.