The Providence Journal published an overview of the BAI's spring symposium, Polar Opposites: Creative Interventions in the Arctic and Antarctica, plus the Bell Gallery's related exhibition, 33°.
Watch and listen to Brown graduate students Julian Saporiti and Erin Aoyama perform for NPR's Tiny Desk Series an original song from No-No Boy, a collection of folk songs that shed light on the Asian American experience. Saporiti and Aoyama were featured as part of the Brown Arts Initiative's Songwriting Series in FY18. Their performance for NPR can be found here.
Brown University assistant professor of music Eric Nathan blogs about his early fall residency at Yellow Barn, an international center for chamber music in Putney, VT. While in residence, Nathan and his artistic collaborators further developed and recorded his new composition, Some Favored Nook, inspired by the writings of Emily Dickinson and Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Nathan received a Research and Development grant from the Brown Arts Initiative in support of this work.
Learn more about the BAI's collaboration with Performa and the first co-commision of a new work of performance art by Kelly Nipper in the ArtDaily.org article posted here.