Celebrate WesCreatives with us in New York City at one or all of these events Tuesday through Thursday, October 3–5.

Each event has unique registration and there are a limited number of tickets and capacity for each. Early registration is recommended.

Questions? Email alumni@wesleyan.edu.


  • JOB Performance and Talkback

    7 p.m.
    SoHo Playhouse
    15 Vandam Street, New York, N.Y.

    Please note that this event has sold out.

    More on JOB

    Join your Wesleyan NYC community for a performance of JOB, written by Max Friedlich '17. JOB was the winner of the inaugural SoHo Playhouse Lighthouse Series. The two-actor play features Peter Friedman (Succession; Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) and Sydney Lemmon (Helstrom; Succession). A psychological thriller, JOB zooms in on two careerists of different generations, genders, and political paradigms to examine what it means to be a citizen of the internet and our obligation to help the people who need it most.

    Wesleyan ticket holders are invited to join us for a pre-show drink on the lower level at 6 p.m.

    Talkback with playwright Max Friedlich '17 immediately following the show.


  • Building Our Future: Special listening session for arts and creative professionals

    This session has reached capacity, but we look forward to your input. Please register for our waitlist so we can invite you to a virtual session in the coming weeks.
    5–6 p.m.
    Off the Wagon, 109 MacDougal Street, New York, N.Y.

    Register by September 29

    More on Building Our Future

    Help us launch the WesCreatives Network to inclusively bring alumni and student artists and creators of all media together to grow and thrive. Come share your ideas and feedback in a structured conversation with Wesleyan staff and alumni volunteer leaders.

  • WesCreatives Networking Happy Hour

    6–7:30 p.m.
    Off the Wagon
    109 MacDougal Street, New York, N.Y.

    Register by September 29

    More on the happy hour

    Join fellow alumni in the arts and creative professions to reconnect (or connect for the first time!) and build the network of WesCreatives in New York City.

    Light appetizers and two complimentary drink tickets will be provided.


  • 4:30–6 p.m.
    Various locations, Tribeca
    With Josh Lubin Levy '06 and Ben Chaffee '00

    Please note that this event is at capacity.

    More on the arts walk

    Join Josh Lubin-Levy '06, director of the Center for the Arts, and Ben Chaffee '00, associate director of visual arts, in a guided walk in one of New York's most vibrant art districts. Lubin-Levy and Chaffee will bring their distinctly Wesleyan perspective to explore how a range of exhibits reflect and challenge contemporary issues. Participants will travel to multiple galleries and conclude the tour with an optional happy hour at a neighborhood bar. Details will be provided to registrants in advance. Registration is extremely limited.



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