Wesleyan University’s Center for the Arts (CFA) is both a complex of eleven buildings, designed by Kevin Roche/John Dinkeloo and Associates, and an initiative of the University that centers artist-led interdisciplinary projects. Inaugurated in 1973, the CFA incubates new modes of practicing beyond disciplinary boundaries, bringing artists together with practitioners from a variety of fields, and drawing on the University’s renowned curriculum in experimental and traditional arts from across the world.

In the years ahead, the CFA will reinvest in prioritizing artist-led initiatives that, as Joshua Lubin-Levy '06, Director of the Center for the Arts, describes, “means meeting artists where they are, in the current of their own practice, and with a commitment to becoming an organization that continually transforms itself to meet the needs of artists today rather than the other way around.” The Center for the Arts is a haven for artists unbound by disciplinary convention, a campus resource for integrating art across the curriculum, and a cornerstone of Wesleyan’s commitment to the potential of art to transform the way one knows and shapes the world.

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The highlights of the fall 2024 season at the Center for the Arts will be announced in August. 

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