Tuesday, April 17

PANEL: CREATIVITY AND PUBLISHING
Time 12:30 p.m.
Location Women's Studies Research Center Lecture Hall, Epstein Building
Description As a composer, writer, or artist, you have completed your work, but how do you get it published? How can creativity flourish without an audience? Panel includes Lisa Krissof Beohn, dean of graduate studies, Bridgewater State University; Elizabeth Bradfield (Creative Writing); Doug Holder, managing editor of Ibbetson Press; editor Anita McClellan; and Sarah Mead (Music). Moderator: Rosie Rosenzweig (WSRC). Sponsored by the Women's Studies Research Center.

TAMAR PALEY LECTURE AND RECEPTION
Time 5 - 8 p.m.
Location Kniznick Gallery, Epstein Building
Description Meet Israeli artist Tamar Paley, whose exhibition "A Fringe of Her Own" recreates sacred objects to form a new female narrative of Jewish life. Sponsored by the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute.

SHOWCASE OF SONGS BY LEONARD BERNSTEIN
Time 7 p.m.
Location Rapaporte Treasure Hall
Description Students in Nancy Armstrong’s advanced singing course (Theater Arts) perform songs from Leonard Bernstein’s “On The Town,” “Wonderful Town,” “West Side Story” and “Candide.” Collaborative pianist: Todd Theriault. Featuring Caitlin Crane-Moscowitz, Joseph DeFerrari, Lillian Feinson, Abram Foster, Rachel Greene, Sophia Massidda, Leah Nashel, Joshua Rubenstein, Nathan Schneider and Zain Walker. Refreshments to follow.

POETRY READING: STEPHANIE BURT
Time 7 p.m.
Location Mandel Center for Humanities, G03
Description Stephanie Burt is professor of English at Harvard University and the author of several books of poetry and literary criticism, most recently “Advice from the LIghts” (2017). Her poems and essays appear regularly in the London Review of Books, the New York Times Book Review and the Yale Review. She also writes about pop music, science fiction and comic books, and used to write about women's basketball. Sponsored by the Department of English.