Brandeis' DAMN Band (Dance and Music Nation) performs at the Light of Reason.
A performance of "Peter and Wendy," based on "Peter Pan" and adapted and directed by Andrew Child '19.
Teaching artist Elisa Hamilton with a young visitor to the festival.
Brandeis Ballet Club performs and leads audience dance lessons at the Light of Reason.
Members of the Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra perform Carnival of the Animals in Slosberg Music Center. Illustrations by the Brandeis Drawing Club were projected with the performance.
Festival favorites BIG NAZO from Providence dance to live music by the Boycott band in front of Shapiro Campus Center.
The all-female brass band Boycott, based in Somerville, Mass., accompanied BIG NAZO with funk and dance hits.
The MakerLab provided opportunities to try out virtual reality technology.
ECO-PANES: VISIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE is a sculptural artist book by Nancer Ballard (Women’s Studies Research Center) and Nick Costantino PB ’17 that explores climate change’s present and future impacts on the ocean, earth, and atmosphere, animals, world peoples, and the human built environment.
A 3D printing exhibit courtesy of the Brandeis MakerLab.