Arts in the One World, 2010

Home: Composing the Rooted Local in the Rapid Global Environment, 
March 17-21, 2010

How the arts and social services compose, consider, and translate community

Arts in the one World bannerArts in the one World banner

We are looking at how the sense of home ­ the ways it is defined and enacted ­ is useful as a political and esthetic argumentfor fidelity, trust, immanence, the safe store of memory and the reconstitution of identity. (As against? in dialogue with? industry and the nation-state.)

AOW is an annual gathering; this is our fifth convening. We pull together students, faculty, practitioners and activists across disciplines, from immediate and international communities, framing presentations and conversations open to the school and the general public. We explore various ways artistic, political, and historical purposes intersect (through reconciliation, the recovery of historical memory, and advocacy for justice).

Our partner in hosting the conference is the Interdisciplinary Genocide Study Center (Rwanda) ­ where the Tutsi Genocide is researched, testimony is gathered, negationism is resisted, and social space for survivors is afforded

There is no fee to register for the Arts in the One World conference.

Schedule of Events

Wednesday, March 17
1:00pm - 3:30pm Screening: Acting Together on the World Stage McCormack
4:00pm - 5:30pm Introductions and overview [McCormack Family Theatre] McCormack
5:30pm - 6:00pm Break 
6:00pm - 8:00pm Conversation: Conversations in Africana Writing Rites and Reason

Thursday, March 18 – Rwanda/Uganda: The Current Scene
8:00am - 8:30am Coffee – coffee will be provided Stuart Lobby
8:30am - 9:00am Reflections and Forecasts: a review of Wednesday, a view to today Stuart Theater
9:00am - 10:30am The Interdisciplinary Genocide Study Center Session 1: Hope and Memory Stuart Theater
10:30am - 11:30am Break 
11:00am - 12:30pm IGSC Session 2: On Genocide Denial Stuart Theater
12:30pm - 2:00pm Lunch 
2:00pm - 4:00 pm Presentation: Contemporary Performance, Rwanda Stuart Theater
4:00pm - 4:30pm Break 
4:30pm - 6:00pm Panel: Arts, service initiatives: Africa/Africa-US Stuart Theater
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm Screening: Rebuilding Hope Lyman 007
6:00pm - 7:30pm Dinner 
7:30 pm - 10:00pm Screening: Pray the Devil Back to Hell Charmichael
7:30 pm - 10:00pm Performance: Makandal Stuart

Friday, March 19 – Palestine, Israel, The Mid-East: Conversations
8:00am - 8:30am Coffee – coffee will be provided Leeds Lobby
8:30am - 9:00am Reflections and Forecasts: Yesterday, today Leeds Lobby
9:00am - 12:30pm Performance Workshop: BoxWhatBox Cave at Lyman
9:00am - 12:30pm Panel: Cultural Architecture – The Construction of Community & Home MacCormack
12:30pm - 1:30pm Lunch 
1:30pm - 3:30pm Presentation: Performing Identity Lyman 005
1:30pm - 3:30pm Presentation: International concerns: Iran, India, Afghanistan, Kosovo Lyman 211
1:30pm - 5:30pm Presentation: Art and Dialogue Hillel
4:00pm - 5:30pm Workshop: Story Circles Lyman 005, 007
6:00pm - 7:30pm Dinner 
6:00pm – 7:30pm Performance: Crime Against Humanity Stuart Theater
7:30pm - 10:00pm Performance: Beyond Cross-Cultural Music Making Ashamu

Saturday, March 20: Opening out
8:00am - 8:30am Coffee – coffee will be provided Leeds Lobby
8:30am - 9:00am Reflections and Forecasts - Yesterday, today Leeds Lobby
9:00am - 10:30am Roundtable: Systems (Theaters, Collectives, Initiatives), Group A Lyman 005
9:00am - 10:30am Roundtable: Systems (Theaters, Collectives,, Initiatives), Group B Lyman 211
9:00am - 10:30am Panel: Art and Peacebuilding Becker
9:00am - 10:30am Special Topics in Art and the Living Archive Lyman 007
9:00am - 12:30pm Performance Workshop: Michael Devine Cave at Lyman
10:30am - 11:00am Break 
11:00am - 12:30pm Screening: Palestine for Beginners McCormack
11:00am -12:30pm Roundtable: Systems (Theaters, Collectives, Initiatives), Group C Lyman 005
11:00am -12:30pm Roundtable: Systems (Theaters, Collectives, Initiatives), Group D Lyman 211
11:00am - 12:30pm Special Topics: Students and Activism Breezeway
11:00am - 12:30pm Special Topics: Art and the Living Archive Lyman 007
11:00am – 12:30pm Special Topics in Cultural Diplomacy Becker
12:30pm - 2:30pm Screening: Rebuilding Hope McCormack
12:30pm - 2:00pm Lunch 
1:00pm – 2:00pm Performance: A Thousand Voices Breezeway
2:00pm – 4:00pm Roundtable: The Local and International in Continuum, Group A Lyman 005
2:00pm – 4:00pm Roundtable: The Local and International in Continuum, Group B Lyman 211
2:00pm – 4:00pm Roundtable: The Local and International in Continuum, Group C Lyman 007
2:00pm – 4:00pm Roundtable: The Local and International in Continuum, Group D Becker
2:00pm – 4:00pm Performance: selection from The Generations Project; Flight from Bhutan Stuart
2:30pm - 4:30pm Screening: MOMz Hot ROCKs McCormack
4:00pm - 4:30pm Break 
4:30pm - 6:30pm Screening: The Quest for the Moon Fairy McCormack
4:30pm – 6:30pm Special Topics in Art and Personal Identity/Healing Lyman 005
4:30pm – 6:30pm Panel: The Visual Arts Lyman 007
4:30pm – 6:30pm Presentation: Ceiba De Cuba Cave at Lyman
4:30pm – 6:30pm Performance Workshop: Women's Creative Collective for Change Lyman 211
6:30pm – 8:00pm COMMUNAL DINNER – dinner will be provided French American School, Hope St.
7:00pm – 8:00pm Bonnie Marranca: The Theater of Food French American
8:00pm – 10:00pm Performance: Lamentations – A Gestural Theatre of Displacement McCormack
8:00pm – 10:00pm Performance: Seven and The Dig Stuart
8:00pm – 10:00pm Performance: Collaterally Damaged Hillel
Continuous Screening: As the Globe Warms (online)

Sunday, March 21
8:00am – 8:30am Coffee – coffee will be provided Stuart Lobby
8:30am – 9:00am Reflections and Forecast – Yesterday, today Stuart
9:00am – 10:30am Panel: Storytelling Now Stuart
10:30am – 11:00am Break Stuart
11:00am – 1:00pm Panel: Home and Homelessness Stuart
1:00pm – 2:30pm Lunch, Review, and – Next? [Stuart Theatre] Stuart

Screenings, Performances, Workshops

Screening: Acting Together on the World Stage
Wed, 1:00pm – 3:30pm McCormack Family Theater
A pre-conference screening of a documentary featuring case studies of art-and-peace building projects

Screening: Rebuilding Hope
Thu, 4:30pm – 6:00pm Lyman 007
A film by Jen Marlowe: A powerful record of Gabriel Bol, Koor and Garan’s quest to find surviving family-members and rediscover and contribute to their homeland; it also sheds light on what the future holds for South Sudan in it precarious struggle for peace, development and stability

Screening: Pray the Devil Back to Hell
Thu, 7:30pm – 10:00pm Carmichael Auditorium
A film by Abigail Disney: A highly effective, daring and creative resistance movement fueled by women in Liberia. Producer in attendance for talk-back

Performance: Makandal
Thu, 7:30pm – 10:00pm Stuart Theater
A reading by Carl Hancock Rux: A prescient, deeply poetic libretto centering on Haitian history

Performance: BoxWhatBox 
Fri, 9:30am – 12:30pm The Cave, Lyman 002
Michael Devine: Exercises and etudes in non-traditional performance creation and the training of the artist as intercultural citizen.

Workshop: Story Circles 
Fri, 4:00pm – 5:30pm Lyman 005 & Lyman 007
Participate in the creation of a story circle. Facilitated by Devora Neumark (Lyman 005) and John O’Neill (Lyman 007)

Performance: Crime Against Humanity
Fri, 6pm – 7:30pm Stuart Theatre
Michael Anthony Reyes Benavides, Luis Rosa: A play based on the real-life experience of fourteen Puerto Rican Political prisoners who spent more than two decades in prisons for seditious conspiracy – two of whom are still incarcerated

Performance: Beyond Cross-Cultural Music Making
Fri, 7:30pm – 10:00pm Ashamu
A Lecture-demonstration by Sandeep Bhagwati

Performance: from the Generations Project
Sat, 2pm-4pm Stuart Theatre
Workshops with recent NYC immigrants of all ages to explore cultural identity, transition and memory

Performance: Flight from Bhutan
Sat, 2pm-4pm Stuart Theatre
A Refugee Performance Celebrating our One World through Telling Their Unique Story. Laxman & Chandra Acharya and family, Dorothy Abram, Divyani Sarkar
Screenings, Performances, Workshops
(continued)

Screening: Palestine for Beginners
Sat, 11:00am – 12:30pm McCormack Family Theater
A fast-moving guide to the roots of the conflict, the key historical and current events, and the characters and motivations behind the ongoing crisis

Screening: Rebuilding Hope
Sat, 12:30pm – 2:30pm McCormack Family Theater
A film by Jen Marlowe: A powerful record of Gabriel Bol, Koor and Garan’s quest to find surviving family-members and rediscover and contribute to their homeland; it also sheds light on what the future holds for South Sudan in it precarious struggle for peace, development and stability

Screening: MOMz Hot ROCKs
Sat, 2:30pm – 4:30pm McCormack Family Theater
A film by Kate Perotti: Never Mind the Laundry, MOMz HOT ROCKs is an origina music documentary on the emergence of mom rock bands. The best of both documentary and music video; an entertaining look into how women – MOMz, take on the world, manage full lives and make music to rock your socks off

Screening: The Quest for the Moon Fairy
Sat, 4:30pm – 6:30pm McCormack Family Theater
A film by Stella Ma: A Hong Kong project that trains youth in traditional Chinese Opera. Scenes from one of their productions

Screening: As the Globe Warms
Continuous Online
A series by Heather Woodbury: An online political performance series
Episode 4 PT2,

6 PT1,

6 PT2,

Workshop: Michael Devine
Sat, 9:00am – 12:30pm The Cave, Lyman 002
Workshop with Michael Devine (BoxWhatBox)

Performance: A Thousand Voices
Sat, 1:00pm – 2:o0pm Breezeway
What would the world sound like if every time the question “How are you?” were asked, it was answered truthfully?
Brown’s Listening LabOratory asked people from diverse backgrounds this question and has constructed a community with their voices in a living space…with lots and lots of speakers.

Performance Workshop: Women’s Creative Collective for Change
Sat, 4:30pm – 6:30pm Lyman 211
A workshop focusing on the power of the individual voice in a community. Led by Marissa Metelica.

Performance: Lamentations – A Gestural Theatre of Displacement
Sat, 8:00pm – 10:00pm McCormack Family Theatre
A lecture-demonstration by Sandeep Bagwati: Composer and Curator Sandeep Bhagwati will demonstrate inter-traditional aspects of his own work as a composer as well as talk about RASALILA, a long-term project he has directed since 2001, that tries to bridge the gap of understanding between contemporary Indian and Western Art Music Traditions
Screenings, Performances, Workshops
(continued)

Performance: Seven & The Dig
Sat, 8:00pm – 10:00pm Stuart Theater
A reading of the play Seven: A collaboration of seven award-winning women playwrights (Paula Cizmar, Catherine FIlloux, Gail Kriegel, Carol K. Mack, Ruth Margraff, Anna Deavere Smith and Susan Yankowitz), SEVEN is based on personal interviews with seen women leaders of the Vital Voices Global Partnership network who have triumphed over huge obstacles to create major changes in human rights in their home countries
Followed by –
The Dig, by Stacie Chaiken: An American archaeologist is summoned to dig in the ancient Arab-Hebrew town of Jaffa. They’ve found something – something that could change everything. She’s the only one who can tell them what it is… And her mother just died

Performance: Collaterally Damaged
Sat, 8:00pm – 10:00pm Hillel
A one-woman show by Laura Zam: Almost completely autobiographical; in it, the author journeys to Eastern Europe seeking an end to all war, and even random acts of rudeness. On her travels, she encounters the sad and ridiculous things done by people who’ve been abused. It’s a comedy

Presentations & Conversations

Conversations in Africana Writing
Wed, 6:00pm – 8:00pm Rites and Reason Theatre
Africana Studies and Callaloo present Conversations in Africana writing with Chinua Achebe, John Edgar Wideman, Michael Thelwell. This Conversation is the 4th in a series, and is a collaboration with Arts in the One World.

Presentation: Contemporary Performance, Rwanda – Directing, Acting, Producing
Thu, 2:00pm – 4:00pm Stuart Theatre
Hope Azeda (founder, artistic director and choreographer of Mashirika Creative and Performing Arts) and Carole Karemera (actress, HBO’s Sometimes in April) will speak about contemporary performance in Rwanda.

Presentation: Performing Identity
Fri, 1:30pm – 3:30pm Lyman 005
Stacie Chaiken, The Dig
Laura Zam, Collaterally Damaged
The artists discuss their process. See Performances/Saturday for synopses

Presentation: International concerns: Iran, India, Afghanistan, Kosovo
Fri, 1:30pm – 3:30pm Lyman 211
Guita Tahmassebi: Operation Black Out
Joanna Sherman: Afghanistan Beyond the Mirror 
Michael McGuigan: Afghanistan Beyond the Mirror
Michael Devine: Divided Territories – Making Theatre in Kosovo
Joe Martin: a production of Rumi's Mathnavi
Bob Skloot: Purim play in Telugu for children’s empowerment
Rebecca Davis: Ending “Evil?” Youth Dancing in Bosnia-Hercegovina

Art projects designed to build bridges, shine light, share insight. Practical models of international, socially engaged work

Presentation: Art and Dialogue – Israel/Palestine
Fri, 1:30pm – 5:30pm Hillel
Ed Mast: A performance of 7 Days from a Gaza Diary, and discussion of ongoing art projects in Palestine
Nitin Sawhney: Media Barrios: Envisioning Media Arts for Urban Renewal and Cultural Identity in the Divided City of Jerusalem
Rula Awwad Rafferty and Dorit Cypis: Speaking as Diaspora subjects on the land we each called home
Nadia Awad on TaQat, LGBTQ Palestinians and creative expressions of resistance

Presentation: selection from The Generations Project
Sat, 2:00pm – 4:00pm Stuart Theater
JJ El-Far, Tracy Francis: Workshops with recent NYC immigrants of all ages to explore cultural identity, transition, and memory. Video and photos from the workshop, a discussion of the work and a Q+A

Presentation: Lili Bernard: Ceiba De Cuba
Sat, 4:30pm – 6:30pm The Cave, Lyman 002
A presentation of the artist’s work followed by a conversation on race and civil rights in Cuba.
Featuring Grisselle Escotto (Afro-Cuban Dance), Ian Simms (percussion,) Reina De La Caridad Maria Elena Powell (full-lyric Soprano), Dolann Adams (as the Siboney ancestor), and Lili Bernard (in the spoken word)


Panels & Special Topics

Panel: Arts, Service Initiatives: Africa / Africa – US
Thu, 4:30pm – 6:00pm Stuart Theatre
Jen Capraru: Isôko
Jesse Hawkes: RAPP, Global Youth Connect
Emily Mendelsohn: More Life 
Darius Mannino: More Life
Timothy Smith-Stewart: Cornish
Carl Rux: Negerplastik
Ariane Zaytzeff: Theatre and Reconciliation: Youth Initiatives in Kigali

Specific, international arts projects involving Africa. The nature of cross-cultural work

Panel: Cultural Architecture: The Construction of Community & Home
Fri, 9:30am – 12:30pm The Cave, Lyman 002
Neery E. Melkonian: Becoming a Diasporic Cluster: Surviving the Legacy of a Catastrophe, Consolidating Utterances Across Time and Space
Nancy Agabian: Waiting for Tables
Aslihan Demirtas with Aslihan Demirtas: Remains Connected
Jean Marie Casbarian: Public Memory/Private Memory: Sifting through the invisible
Hrayr A. Eulmessekian: Life After Hyper Contextualization
Dorit Cypis and Nadia Awad, Discussants

The Ottoman rupture and the lingering effects on life today particularly as they relate to the still unresolved Kurdish/Turkish/Armenian relations... One might argue that the Israeli/Palestinian conflict dates back to the same (colonial/imperial) rupture and the birth of the modernist nation-states throughout the region… In short we all be dealing with residues

Special Topics in Art and the Living Archive
Sat, 9:00am – 10:30am Lyman 007
Rochelle Shicoff, Janet Braun-Reinitz: Artmakers Inc.: Murals as Historical Memory – Spirit and Power
Artmakers is a politically oriented, community-based, artist-run mural organization in New York City. A consideration of a variety of community murals for discussion

Panel: Art & Peacebuilding 
Sat, 9:00am – 10:30pm Becker Library
Cynthia Cohen: Alan B. Slifka Program in Intercommunal Coexistence, Brandeis University
Cynthia Croot
Susan Sgorbati, Bennington
Richard Kamler: Artist/Director – Seeing Peace: Artists Collaborate with the United Nations

Projects designed to link the study and promotion of peace with art practice

Special Topics in Students and Activism
Sat, 11:00am – 12:30pm Lyman 007
Noam Shuster
Marissa Metelica
Liesl Spitz
Tanmay Misra
Donna Sellinger

Current students and recent alums: how-to engage one’s art practice in political, public health, and activist contexts. Concrete experiences

Special Topics in Cultural Diplomacy
Sat, 11:00am – 12:30pm Becker Library
Martha Coigney
Janet Goldner
Catherine Coray
Carrie Thompson
Sonja Arsham Kuftinec

Art as a tool for dialogue between states and cultures. The for-better-and-for-worse of art in cooperation with national programs. The benefits and challenges of state support

Special Topics in Art and the Living Archive
Sat, 11:00am – 12:30pm Lyman 007
Jane Weissman/Urban Arts & Ecology, Artmakers Inc.: Images of the African Diaspora in NYC Community Murals

Special Topics in Art and Personal Identity / Healing
Sat, 4:30pm – 6:30pm Lyman 005
Mei Ann Teo: Rebuilding from Within – Mitigating Fundamentalism in Conservative Christian Communities - A Case Study in Reclaiming the Body in the Seventh Day Adventist Bubble
Betsy Shevey: Abuse; Recovery by Means of Creative Arts
Richard Kamler: Table of Voices – a common ground
Marie Garlock: It is In You – Health Justice Performance in Tanzania, Cross-Cultural Performance & Storytelling to Build Understanding & Reciprocal Social Change

Art as a tool of self-and-collective discovery and expression; art and recovery from trauma. Case studies

Panel: The Visual Arts
Sat, 4:30pm – 6:30pm Lyman 007
Rochelle Shicoff, Janet Braun-Reinitz: Artmakers Inc.
Jane Weissman: Urban Arts & Ecology, Artmakers Inc.
Claudia Bernardi: Walls of Hope
Dorit Cypis
Janet Goldner

Artists from various disciplines discuss the means by which they use their craft to discover, support and unite communities

Special Topics: The Theater of Food
Sat, 7:00pm – 8:00pm French American School
By Bonnie Maranca, as part of the Communal Dinner beginning at 6:30 pm
A leading teacher, essayist and editor talks about the bonds between performance and meal making/meal sharing

Panel: Storytelling Now 
Sun, 9:00am – 10:30am Stuart Theatre
Aiste Ptakauske: Ownership and Distribution in a New Media Environment
Devora Neumark: Narrative and Ritual in Perpetration and Survival
Sarah Schulman: The Ties that Bind
Heather Woodbury (virtually): DIY Episodic Drama: Re-vamping the Tradition of Live Story-telling and Stoking Community

Panel: Home and Homelessness 
Sun, 11:00am – 1:00pm Stuart Theatre
Michelle McKenzie: Lifespan: Providence
Shelley Salamensky: Post-Postmodern Homefulness: Performing Culture, Time, & Space in the Global Age
Laverne Duncan: Youth at Risk
Gene Grabiner: selected Poems
Guita Tahmassebi: reading from Bus Vogue – The Glow Series

Sessions & Roundtables

The Interdisciplinary Genocide Study Center Session 1: Hope and Memory
Thu, 9:00am – 10:30am Stuart Theatre
An overview of contemporary politics, art, and culture in Rwanda. Presentations by Margee Ensign (Rwanda: History and Hope) and Jean-Pierre Karegeye (Remember: Eyes on the Back of the Head)

IGSC Session 2: On Genocide Denial
Thu, 11:00am – 12:30pm Stuart Theatre
Elisée Rutagamwa: Denial of the genocide against the Rwandan Tutsis and its founding discourse
Mathilde Mukantabana: The plight of survivors in the post genocide Rwanda: surviving and Genocide denial
Susan Allen: Arresting genocide planners in exile: strategies and logistical obstacles.

Roundtable: Systems (Theaters, Collectives, Social Initiatives), Group A
Sat, 9:00am – 10:30am Lyman 005
Deborah Asiimwe: Sundance
John Bell: Great Small Works
Lisa Dowda: Bond Street Theatre
Rula Awwad-Rafferty: Zochrot
Gene Grabiner: The University as Home

Roundtable: Systems (Theaters, Collectives, Social Initiatives), Group B
Sat, 9:00am – 10:30am Lyman 211
Stella Ma: Children's Cantonese Opera (including an excerpt from The Quest for the Moon Fairy)
Susan McEwen: Irish Peace Centres
Kate Fedosova: Peace in Focus
Barbara Roberts: ActUp: Black on Black Crime

Roundtable: Systems (Theaters, Collectives, Social Initiatives), Group C
Sat, 11:00am – 12:30pm Lyman 005
Laverne Duncan
Sha Najak, Prashant Somosundram: Migrant Voices: The Migrant Condition – Arts, Activism and Communities in Singapore
Justine Williams: Glass Contraption: The Marias of Brazil

Roundtable: Systems (Theaters, Collectives, Social Initiatives), Group D
Sat, 11:00am – 12:30pm Lyman 211
Gerard Stropnicky (of Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble), and the Higher Ground Project of the Godbey Center for Appalachian Studies at Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, Cumberland Kentucky.
Mary Sherman: TransCultural Exchange
Joanna Sherman, Michael McGuigan: Bond Street Theatre's Work in Afghanistan
Dorothy Abram/AWARE Refugee Theater, Johnson and Wales: Beyond Trauma: Refugees and the Theatre Experience

Roundtable: The Local and International in Continuum, Group A
Sat, 2:00pm – 4:00pm Lyman 005
Performing Providence: Roundtable Discussion with Presentations
The session will deal with ways in which the history and identity of Providence have been redefined in recent years by performative events - and by the diverse populations and narratives that flow into and out of these events.

Participants: John Emigh (Brown University, Chair), Barnaby Evans (WaterFire Providence), Adam Gertsacov (Bright Night and the Acme Miniature Flea Circus), Dennis Hlynsky (RISD), Ju-Pong Lin (Neighbor to Neighbor Project and Perishable Theatre), Don King (Providence Black Repertory Company), Erminio Pinque (RISD and Big Nazo Lab)

Roundtable: The Local and International in Continuum, Group B
Sat, 2:00pm – 4:00pm Lyman 211
This Roundtable will have a special focus on Art-in-Action, Education and Borders
Patricia Ybarra: Tlaxcala and women transnational migrants and performance; 
TBA: The Manton Avenue Project
TBA: Boal workshop leaders from English for Action (pro-migrant rights service organization)

Roundtable: The Local and International in Continuum, Group C
Sat, 2:00pm – 4:00pm Lyman 007
Naum Panovski: Writing and Exile 
Dr. Boris Senker
Filip David
Kannan Menon

Roundtable: The Local and International in Continuum, Group D
Sat, 2:00pm – 4:00pm Becker Library
This Roundtable will have a special focus on Playwriting and Testimony
Cynthia Croot
Ed Mast
Stephanie Fleischmann
Megan Monaghan
Christine Evans
Marcy Arlin
Stacie Chaiken
Lenora Champagne
Dawn Saito
Moderator: Bianca Bagatourian

Location Index & Map

Becker Library
Lyman Hall, 2nd floor, entrance on Waterman St. btw. Thayer St. & Brown St. 
Carmichael Auditorium
Hunter Laboratory Building, entrance on Waterman St. btw. Thayer St. & Brown St. 
The Cave, Lyman 002
Lyman Hall, basement, entrance on Waterman St. btw. Thayer St. & Brown St.
Leeds Lobby, Breezeway
Lyman Hall, ground floor, entrance on Waterman St. btw. Thayer St. & Brown St.
Lyman 005
Lyman Hall, basement, entrance on Waterman St. btw. Thayer St. & Brown St.
Lyman 007
Lyman Hall, basement, entrance on Waterman St. btw. Thayer St. & Brown St.
Lyman 211
Lyman Hall, 2nd floor, entrance on Waterman St. btw. Thayer St. & Brown St.
The French American School
75 John St., entrance on John St. btw. Hope St. & Brook St. 
Hillel
Brown Hillel, entrance at the corner of Angell St. and Brown St. 
McCormack Family Theater
70 Brown St., entrance on Fones Alley, off of Brown St. btw. Waterman St. and Angell St.
Stuart Lobby
Faunce House, ground floor, entrance on Waterman St. btw. Thayer St. & Brown St.
Stuart Theatre
Faunce House, ground floor, entrance on Waterman St. btw. Thayer St. & Brown St.

Campus MapCampus Map