Nina Fletcher, Kate Hao, Rai Mckinley Terry, MC Vigilante, and Florence Wallis are this year's recipients of The David Dornstein ’85 Artist Grant that will help fund their respective creative projects.
By merging themes in dance and computer science, the course Choreorobotics 0101 is teaching the next generation of engineers how to create technology that minimizes harm and makes a positive impact on society.
The name for the center, set to open in 2023, honors Brown Corporation member Frayda Lindemann and her late husband, George Lindemann Sr., a longtime University supporter, business executive and art collector.
The Brown Arts Institute and Creature Conserve are pleased to present Re-Examining Conservation: Questions at the Intersection of the Arts & Sciences, an exhibition and symposium inviting viewers to consider what successful conservation looks like.
Created by Maōri artist Lisa Reihana, the video installation “In Pursuit of Venus [infected]” adds nuance and Indigenous perspective to the first encounters between South Pacific islanders and European seafarers.
The Brown Arts Institute’s free and open-to-the-public Songwriting Workshop provides a welcoming space for musicians from all walks of life to perform for one another and receive feedback on songs in progress.
Paul Myoda, co-designer of the installation that lights up New York City skies every year on Sept. 11 and now a Brown associate professor of visual art, vividly remembers the day the piece debuted nearly 20 years ago.
A collaboration between the Brown Arts Initiative, Providence Student Union, and artists Erik DeLuca, Jazzmen Lee-Johnson, and Umi Hsu highlights the Student Bill of Rights, which aims to secure a safe, healthy, and engaging school environment for all students.
The grant provides $50,000 annually to graduating seniors and graduate students who will be eligible for awards of up to $25,000 to aid exceptional creative experiences and research opportunities that might not be available elsewhere on campus.
To celebrate the topping-off of its future hub for performing arts scholarship, University leaders joined construction workers and key project partners for a live-streamed virtual ceremony complete with on-site drone footage.
As artistic director, Hoffman will curate arts programming, including work by students, faculty and external artists and organizations, building the visibility and quality of arts programming at the University.
The three-year series enters year one and addresses the issues of artistic connections and corrections to historical records and archives, and constructing personae as strategies of artistic, authorial, and performative creation.
As part of a broader Brown Arts Initiative series on protest, art and activism, the exhibition includes photos and films documenting the Civil Rights Movement, the Texas prison system and undocumented workers from Mexico.
With aspirations to be the primary destination for students who want to integrate the arts into a complete liberal arts education, Brown formally launched an effort to create new opportunities and collaborations for students, scholars, artists and community members.