Programs are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted
Providence, RI…The Brown Arts Initiative (BAI) at Brown University, together with its member departments and programs, today announced highlights of its spring 2020 season of programming and events, featuring influential artists, musicians and performers across disciplines and mediums.
Edouard Duval-Carrié and the Art of Embedded Histories on view October 29 – December 13, 2019, accompanied by public programs
Brown University announces an eclectic roster of arts events this fall, many hosted by the Brown Arts Initiative. The announcement can be found here.
Providence Journal writer Keith Powers interviews David S. Josephson Assistant Professor of Music Eric Nathan at Brown University on the eve of the world premiere of his new concerto composition commissioned by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Read the full article here.
The BAI teams up with FirstWorks and Brown's Theatre Arts & Performance Studies Department to bring Taylor Mac and entourage to Providence, RI Sept 12-15 in an artist's residency, including an abridged performance of Mac's critically acclaimed A 24-Decade History of Popular Music.