"Arts and Building Peace: Affirming the Basics and Envisioning the Future" - Paper by Dr. Cynthia Cohen
The new Brandeis minor in Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation (CAST) presents:
Drunk Enough To Say I Love You?
By Caryl Churchill
The Merrick Theater, Spingold Theatre Center
Article: LaShawn Simmons '18 breaks down barriers and builds empowerment with poetry
Recipient of a CAST Grant for Student Projects
Art & Social Justice
State of the Arts - Fall 2015
Crowdfunding Campaign: In/Visible City
Via DAH Theatre, Serbia
Apply to Perform - Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts
Apply by: February 12, 9:00am
Arts for Social Change - 2016 Fall M.Ed. Program
Simon Fraser University
Apply by: March 15, 2016
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Submissions invited September through May
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Drama Club - NYC
Featured Theme -
News from the Field: “The Most Important Images of the Year”: Artists Respond to Racial Violence in the U.S.
Acting Together Documentary
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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 is "A Way Out of No Way," a multi-media project that is documenting the forty-year practice of cultural work of the extraordinary musician, educator, activist and cultural worker, Jane Wilburn Sapp.
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.