Time to re|ACT

{ Friday, March 3rd – Saturday, March 4th } Brown Arts Initiative asks you to reimagine, rebuild, and renew our world at their inaugural symposium on arts and the environment. 

Bringing together “cutting-edge artists and scholars whose work engages with the multiplicity of environments in which we live,” The Brown Arts Initiative inaugural reACT: symposium on arts and environment presents a variety of intellectually stimulating panels ranging in topic from “How Artists Interpret the World” to “Sonic Ecologies.”

reACT: symposium on arts and environment
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell St, Providence, RI
12PM on Friday, March 3rd – 9PM on Saturday, March 4th
FREE
Register here
Image courtesy of Brown University
Caroline DavisTime to re|ACT

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