Create@Brandeis Living Room Fest with a person playing a saxophone

May 1-3, 2020 - Create@Brandeis Living Room Fest

Since we can't hold the Festival of the Arts on campus this year, we're bringing it to you! The Create@Brandeis Living Room Fest features three days of online performing and visual arts programs presented by Brandeis students, alumni, faculty and staff, with special guests.

Go to the schedule for each day.

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates. And we're sharing our community's creative moments of music, visual art, and more every day on our Instagram account, @CreateAtBrandeis

We hope you'll enjoy connecting with each other, wherever you may be. 

Learn more about the Brandeis response to COVID-19.

Founded in 1952 by Leonard Bernstein to celebrate the first graduating class of Brandeis, the Festival of the Arts is a campus-wide event overseen by the Arts Engagement staff of the Division of Creative Arts. It is made possible by the generous support of Elaine Reuben ’63; the Aaron Foundation Visiting Artist Fund for Theater, Music, and Fine Arts; the Center for German and European Studies, the Office of Alumni Relations and the Brandeis Arts Council. 

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Waltham Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

Inclusion

The Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts welcomes and encourages the participation of people of all communities, generations and life experiences. We value a diversity of lived experiences and perspectives and recognize that our experiences and perspectives are shaped by multiple and intersecting social identities.

We encourage an exchange of learning among faculty, practitioners, students, staff and audience members. We support continuous reflection and learning about the arts.