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  • Institute for Diversity in the Arts
    10 2013 Luke DeWilde rapper struggling artist The Wilde As an artist I felt like I had finally found my style and voice and according to everyone concerned about my future this was the last summer I had before I needed to get serious So I decided to produce another album one that would be far better than anything I had done in the past The Wilde Read more about Luke DeWilde IDA intern and his struggles and success of creating an album as a student musician Read More IDA Annual Report now available OCT 29 2013 annual report Read More Supporting Practicing and Encouraging a Safe Space OCT 15 2013 Art Open House Poetry Space How do we build safe spaces if we literally don t have a space to be in How do we call a place safe if we had to fight other groups tooth and nail to get it We need to stop pretending like art does not exist We need to acknowledge that art is healing Bryant Phan Bryant Phan is a junior at Stanford University majoring in Human Biology Throughout his years as a Spoken Word artist Phan has won many awards including those

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  • Reserving the Harmony House | Institute for Diversity in the Arts
    least one week in advance Submitting this form does not guarantee the space The IDA Facilities Coordinator Thanh Nguyen will confirm or defer your reservation within 2 3 days of submission Please be aware that last minute reservations may not receive a response in time The Harmony House is a community space used by many student groups so please treat it with respect Groups will be held accountable for any

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  • Blog | Institute for Diversity in the Arts
    More Success in Passion Paul Berliner s Story APR 23 2013 Free Your Mind Improvising Jazz Paul Berliner Paul Franklin Berliner is an American ethnomusicologist specializing in African music as well as jazz and other improvisational systems He is best known for his popular ethnomusicology book on the Zimbabwean mbira The Soul of Mbira for which he received the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award Berliner recently visited Stanford as guest lecturer in the FREE YOUR MIND Improvising Jazz and African Freedom class Read more on how he inspired Kareem Alston an IDA Fellow to continue pursuing his dream Read More Improvising Music and the Downbeat APR 14 2013 ID21 Improvising Vijay Iyer On April 8 Grammy nominated composer pianist Vijay Iyer sat down with Jeff Chang Executive Director of IDA to discuss how Iyer explores improvisation within his music Music has always been something that we did he claims and as such all music is inseparable from body Isaac Ghansah Class of 2013 and an avid jazz listener reflects on the conversation between Iyer and Chang He writes Improvisation just feels more natural If I can equate music to language for a moment once you know some words and how to put them together talking is just talking Read more about Iyer s and Ghansah s impressions on improvisation Read More THANK YOU Winter Send off Spring Welcome MAR 21 2013 Family IDA Tyler Brooks Winter Cheers to an amazing quarter with wonderful guests classes talks and effort from IDA staff So before everyone heads home I d like to take a shameless moment to thank and congratulate the IDA family in its entirety for ten weeks of amazing work In a greater family sense we carried our rapport beyond our lively house meetings and dynamic events Tyler Brooks Read more of this Winter Send off Spring Welcome Read More Pleasure Principle Identity MAR 6 2013 Joan Morgan Pleasure Principle Politics On Wednesday February 27 IDA s Visiting Artist Joan Morgan facilitated a panel discussion on black female sexuality and articulations of pleasure in popular culture featuring notable black feminist scholars thinkers Esther Armah Dr Brittney Cooper Dr Kaila Story and Dr Treva Lindsey Read more about how this panel transformed the mentality of a graduating senior Milton Achelpohl Read More Sampling Intellectual Democracy through Collage FEB 28 2013 Adam Mansbach Winter Wednesday As part of IDA s Winter Wednesday series Adam Mansbach author of the recently published novel Rage is Back engaged the Stanford community on a discussion around themes in his novel and in the Hip Hop community Cody Laux an IDA Fellow was one of the facilitators of this enlightening discussion in addition to Elizabeth Quinlan and Jake Winkelman Read more about one of the themes that Mansbach spoke upon intellectual democracy from the prospective of Cody Laux Read More High Arts Blogging and Life Advice A Conversation with Latoya Peterson FEB 22 2013 Latoya Peterson Winter Wednesday For IDA s Winter Wednesday on February 13 2013 IDA

    Original URL path: http://diversityarts.stanford.edu/blog (2014-09-20)
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  • COLLO | Institute for Diversity in the Arts
    arts COLLO is a new student driven organizing body that aims to create spaces and platforms for students to practice and discuss the arts at Stanford collectively Housed under IDA we see the arts as a lens and tool for understanding and cultivating identity and diversity Our programs include town halls jam sessions workshops panels and student arts showcases Want to get involved Town Halls Jams Workshops Contact IDA TWEETS

    Original URL path: http://diversityarts.stanford.edu/collo (2014-09-20)
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  • Artists | Institute for Diversity in the Arts
    Papers Immigration Youth Printmaking Storytelling For Social Justice in the spring quarter of 2012 She is a celebrated printmaker and digital artist based in Oakland California Using high contrast colors and vivid figures her composites reflect literal and imaginative migration global community and interdependence Whether her subjects are immigrant day laborers in the U S mothers of disappeared women in Juárez Mexico or her own abstract self portraits Rodriguez brings new audiences into the art world by refocusing the cultural lens Through her work we witness the changing U S metropolis and a new diaspora in the arts Read More Rubén Martínez Writer Performer Fall 2012 Rubén Martínez is an award winning journalist author and performer Among the themes covered in his works are immigrant life and globalization the cultural and political history of Los Angeles Martinez s hometown the civil wars of the 1980s in Central America his mother is a native of El Salvador and Mexican politics and culture he is a second generation Mexican American on the father s side of his family Read More Mark Gonzales Spoken word Fall 2011 Described as Khalil Gibran meets Pablo Neruda Mark is a HBO Def Jam poet who has shared his writing on stage around the world including the first TEDxRamallah talks held in Palestine which led him to trend worldwide on Twitter As a community builder he was an invited speaker at the United Nations tribunal on Social Exclusion Mark s work breaks borders to wage beauty across continents of language and culture which has earned him respect for his creative approaches to suicide prevention human rights and human development Read More Cherrie Moraga Playwright Poet and Essayist 1969 Playwright poet and essayist Cherrie Moraga has served as Artist in Residence in the Department of Drama at Stanford

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  • Students | Institute for Diversity in the Arts
    can do a concentration in Identity Diversity Aesthetics Most of our programs and events are open to the public so anyone is welcome to attend If you want to get more involved you can apply to become an Intern Or if you want to be really integral to our program planning and management you can apply to become a Fellow In addition we have summer Community Arts Fellowships available as

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  • Events | Institute for Diversity in the Arts
    Blog COLLO Artists Students Events About Events Event Archive Occupy Art IDA TWEETS Institute for Diversity in the Arts 561 Lomita Drive Stanford CA 94305 650 723 4402 About Contact

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  • About | Institute for Diversity in the Arts
    Diversity in the Arts IDA Committee on Black Performing Arts CBPA is an interdisciplinary program in the humanities that involves students in the study of culture identity and diversity through artistic expression Our mission is to create support and advance powerful collaborative and transformative arts practice and arts leadership We seek to accomplish this along four tracks 1 Critical thinking about art diversity and identity We offer cutting edge learning and research opportunities in our classes and degree concentrations in CSRE AAAS and TAPS In particular we offer a unique hip hop studies curriculum and classes by Artists in Residence Visiting Artists 2 The arts in secondary education In research practice and learning we actively investigate the ways in which the arts dynamically impact primary and secondary education especially for low income students of color 3 Arts leadership for the 21st Centur y We are committed to preparing the diverse arts leaders of this new century through engagement problem solving and opportunity 4 Cutting edge arts practice We support the advancement of aesthetics by highlighting and showcasing the best ideas and practices of diverse artists from around the world See what Alumni Fellows Interns and Artists in Residence have to

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