Brown president Christina Paxson shares a vision for new arts spaces and creative opportunities in this article from the Brown Daily Herald, saying:
“I want Brown to be known as an incredibly attractive place for students and for scholars who are artists, who understand the value of a liberal education and want to integrate those two things,” she said. “But there’s a lot of building we can do to make that more so.”
AMS will work closely with the administration, with key constituents including the Departments of Africana Studies, Modern Culture and Media, Music and Theater Arts and Performance Studies, with student performance groups, and with cultural professionals such as the Trinity Repertory Company, to facilitate and develop the new strategy.
The Ivy League institution, founded in 1764, has always been a vibrant place. This new initiative both proves and improves that strength, while signaling an ability to change and grow. AMS is proud to be a partner with Brown on this important work.