Arts Network

The Brandeis Arts Network welcomes any alumni who work in or have an interest in the arts, including performing arts (theatre, music, dance, etc), visual arts, film, television and entertainment. Exclusive to Brandeis alumni, this group enables industry professionals and enthusiasts to share arts-related events involving Brandeis undergraduate and graduate alumni taking place across the globe, as well as notices and news of fellow Brandeisians working in all areas of the arts. The Brandeis Arts Network encompasses and supports the efforts of regional groups, such as the Performing Arts Network of New York. Please bookmark this page and join our Facebook group to stay involved! 

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Anita Hill
Alumni Weekend

Anita Hill to join Tony Goldwyn ’82 at Alumni Weekend to discuss activism in Hollywood

After Goldwyn is honored with Brandeis' Alumni Achievement Award, Hill will join the "Scandal" star on stage at Spingold Theater on June 9.

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Leonard Bernstein conducting at a rehearsal for the premiere of "Trouble in Tahiti" at the Brandeis Creative Arts Festival. (Courtesy of the Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis University)
Campus News

2018 Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts to celebrate its namesake's centennial

Held on April 15-22, the event will feature music, dance, theater, film and artwork by more than 300 Brandeis students, faculty and alumni.

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Louis Brandeis statue
Alumni in the News

Alumni receive awards in music from the American Academy of Arts and Letters

Peter Van Zandt Lane, MA'08, PhD'13; John Aylward, MFA'06, PhD'08; Laurie San Martin, PhD'02; and Scott Wheeler, MA'83, PhD'84 all were honored.

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Theresa Rebeck, MA’83, MFA’86, PhD’89
Alumni Profile

Finding the words

Writer Theresa Rebeck, MA’83, MFA’86, PhD’89, speaks about her Brandeis experience and the philosophy that has driven her prolific and acclaimed career.

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Meher Tatna
Alumni in the News

The woman behind the Golden Globes wants you to take them seriously

Brandeis alumna Meher Tatna speaks to Vanity Fair on her role as president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

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Leonard Bernstein conducting at a rehearsal for Trouble in Tahiti at the Brandeis Creative Arts Festival
Alumni Profile

A front seat to musical history

Richie Silverman ’54 reflects on his friendship with legendary composer Leonard Bernstein, which began in a Brandeis classroom.

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Alumni Profile

Alumni siblings collaborate on 'Rachel'

Playwright Jessie Field '13 and musician Jared Field '11 team up for a musical about famed conservationist Rachel Carson.

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Alumni Weekend

Inaugural Alumni Weekend coming in June

All alumni invited to return to campus for three-day gala to reconnect with fellow grads from every class, make new friends, visit with favorite professors and relive special memories.

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Past Event Wrap-Ups

Upcoming Events

  • Private Tour of Seattle Art Museum with Director Kimerly Rorschach '78

    December 3, 2017

    More More than 75 alumni, parents, grandparents and friends gathered at SAM for brunch and a tour of the special Andrew Wyeth Centennial exhibition.... Kimerly Rorschach '78, IIllsley Ball Nordstrom Director and CEO of Seattle Art Museum, offered opening remarks and answered questions from the group.

  • An Afternoon at Tanglewood

    August 6, 2017

    Fifty Brandeis alumni, family and friends attended an afternoon concert at Tanglewood.... Guests enjoyed a variety of performances, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Yo-Yo Ma. Diana Pierce-Tremblay '86 chaired the event.

  • Film Screening and Discussion: "Letters from Baghdad"

    June 4, 2017

    More than 50 alumni gathered at The Angelika Film Center to see the documentary film "Letters from Baghdad.... The film was directed and produced by Zeva Oelbaum '77, who hosted a talk back following the screening. Elle Getz '13 chaired the event.

  • An Evening at the Theater: "The Great Comet"

    October 26, 2016

    Sixty alumni attended “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” at the Imperial Theater.... After the show, producer Sue Gilad '93 led the group in a talk back with members from the ensemble cast. Alumni gathered at at the Bourbon Street Bar and Grille for a pre-show reception. The event was organized by the Performing Arts Network and chair Ell Getz ’13.