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CCCP Program
Virtual Open House

This page features virtual resources that will allow you to learn more about the program’s curriculum and connect with faculty and current students.

If you have any additional questions about the event or application process, please contact arch_admissions@columbia.edu

Monday, October 18

  • 10:00AM: Dean’s Welcome and Student-led Virtual Tour
    With Dean Amale Andraos

  • 3:00PM: Introduction to the Avery Library With Hannah Bennett, Director, and Ph.D. student Charlette Caldwell

  • 4:00PM: M.S. Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices Curriculum Overview

Tuesday, October 19

  • 5:00PM: Meet the Students

Thursday, October 21

  • 1:00PM: Preservation Lecture: MSCCCP alumnus Carlos Mínguez Carrasco Register
Student Work

Visit the online 2021 End of Year Show to view student work and read transcribed conversations between first and second-year MSCCCP students about the graduating students’ theses.

You can also browse the digital archive for work associated by course and instructor, read summaries of MSCCCP theses here, or scroll through the MSCCCP program spreads of Abstract 2019, Columbia GSAPP’s annual publication of student work.

Sharjah Architecture Triennial
November 9, 2019 – February 8, 2020
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
CCCP/2020, a collective of current M.S. CCCP students, researched the format of the syllabus as a pedagogical tool and as a site of knowledge production and produced an installation as part of the architecture triennial.
CCCP@10
Wadi Rum, Jordan
The CCCP program celebrated the tenth year of its program with a series of events, lectures, and discussions in Wadi Rum.
Venice Encounters: Blind Dates
May 2018

Venice Encounters is a research project produced by the CCCP Class of 2019 that aims to analyze the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale. The project includes a series of happenings based on a format of blind dates taken from the Hans-Günther Brüske-created documentary television series Durch die Nacht mit… (Into the Night with…). For the project, a selection of different curators and participants were paired up to follow routes across the interiors and surroundings of the Giardini and Arsenale, engaging in critical but informal conversations.

Columbia GSAPP Lecture and Event Series
The Dean’s lecture and event series invites guests from across the world to deliver talks and participate in discussions with the GSAPP community. Below is a selection of events featuring CCCP program faculty members.

Ana María León
Barrio Sur: Modernity for the Masses

The Detlef Mertins Lecture on the Histories of Modernity by Ana María León with an introduction by Felicity Scott, Professor, Architecture PhD Program Director, and MSCCCP Program Co-Director, GSAPP
Get to Know the Campus and Explore Morningside Heights

This Spring, Untapped New York – co-founded by Alumni Board Member Michelle Young (‘12 MS UP) – collaborated with Columbia GSAPP to create a mini-series of podcast episodes designed to welcome incoming students to the GSAPP family.

Throughout the series, we explore architecturally interesting and historic New York City neighborhoods that house Columbia University’s campus and surrounding communities.

Also check out their feature in Columbia Magazine Welcome to Manhattanville published in Spring 2019.

You can also find a self-guided audio walking tour of Columbia University’s historic campus by Professor and Historic Preservationist Andrew Dolkart (‘77 MS HP) here.

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