Whether you’re searching for an opportunity for self expression, exploring potential career pathways or looking for a chance to make new friends, the arts at Brandeis can offer you an awakening of your mind, body and spirit.

Each year, Brandeis presents more than 300 plays, concerts and exhibitions featuring students, faculty and professional artists. The year culminates in the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts, a quirky celebration of creativity and community.

Brandeis also is home to the Rose Art Museum. The Rose Art Museum has been dedicated to collecting and exhibiting modern and contemporary art at Brandeis University since 1961. With its highly respected international collection, scholarly exhibitions, and multidisciplinary academic and public programs, the Rose affirms and advances the values of freedom of expression, global diversity, and social justice that are the hallmarks of Brandeis University. See what's on view now

The Brandeis Office of the Arts maintains the Arts@Brandeis calendar of events.