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Join the Global “Acting Together” Campaign.
Acting Together short film featured in Culture Unplugged online film festival
Read reflection from a meeting on documenting and communicating in the field of community cultural development
Read News from the Field under the featured themes of "Theatre for Peacebuilding in South Asia" and "Millennial and Intergenerational Approaches to Peacebuilding and the Arts."
February 15, 2014
Call for Papers:
International Peace Research Association (IPRA) 25th General Conference
A reflection on the life and passing of Nelson Mandela
by Kim Berman
Read Jean Randich’s award-nominated review of the Acting Together anthology.
Read review by Anthony Ellis of the Acting Together anthology.
Read News from the Field under the featured themes of "Peacebuilding and the Arts in Latin America" and "Artistic Responses to Trayvon Martin's Life and Death."
Read about Panel on Resilience, the Arts and Social Transformation at UBC Conference
Learn about our new project:
"A Way Out of No Way"
with Jane Wilburn Sapp
Read Cindy Cohen's article in the 2013 Olive Branch Teacher's Guide.
Acting Together at Community Arts Lab (CAL) Theatre Festival in Netherlands
View video: Presentation by the Ulafa’a Visual Artists of Bahrain
Read portrait of Cynthia Cohen in American Theatre magazine.
“Linking the Arts With Justice” by Cindy Cohen. Summer/Fall 2012 issue of Ethics Central Newsletter.
Program in Peacebuilding and the Arts featured in Brandeis Magazine: (Summer 2012 issue)
Read a Book Review
by Serge Loode of the
Acting Together Anthology
Vol. I & II
Xchange Perspectives (XCP) is using a Peacebuilding and the Arts report to support their work in South Sudan. Read more and watch the video.
Acting Together Documentary
Read a review of the Acting Together documentary by Shoshana Zeldner, featured by the Compathos Foundation
The program in Peacebuilding and the Arts is directed by Dr. Cynthia Cohen, continuing work previously undertaken within the framework of ‘Creative Approaches to Coexistence and Reconciliation.' Our program focuses on the distinctive contributions of culture and the arts to the transformation of conflict. We collaborate with several departments and programs at Brandeis University, including MusicUnitesUS, PAX (Peace, Conflict and Coexistence Studies), the School of Creative Arts, and the Office of the Arts.
Our current major initiative, the "Acting Together" Project is undertaken in partnership with Theatre Without Borders.
Peacebuilding and the Arts is part of Brandeis University's International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life. The Ethics Center also houses a program in international justice and sponsors an array of programs on the Brandeis campus.