STANFORD TAPS ALUMNI

TAPS Alum and Professor Jisha Menon's New Book examines cultural and social effects of Bangalore’s transformation after economic liberalization.

https://humsci.stanford.edu/feature/stanford-professors-new-book-examines-cultural-and-social-effects-bangalores-transformation

The Committee on Black Performing Arts (CBPA) was created in 1969 by students as a cultural resource at Stanford hosting master classes and workshops, performing staged productions, and publishing the Black Arts Quarterly, a literary and arts journal. #BlackHistoryMonth

You can watch an interview with Amara Tabor Smith, the Artistic Director of CBPA and the artist-in-residence at IDA here as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdT6uEZajc8

📸: Robbie Sweeny

A video compilation from @stanfordtaps' 2019 fall production can be viewed here: https://diversityarts.stanford.edu/artist-programs/cbpa/committee-on-black-performing-arts-history/

TAPS PhD Alum Isaiah Wooden joins TAPS Professor Aileen Robinson in directing one of the Staged Readings for "New Works Next Generation" a collaboration between @TheatreWorksSV and @StanfordTAPS. Learn more about the projects at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-works-next-generation-tickets-273776933177

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