The Lois Foster Wing in the Rose Art Museum this semester has featured Mika Rottenberg's sparse Bowls Balls Souls Holes exhibit.
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"Golem" Alongside the steps leading to Mandel Quad, Paul Belenky '14 constructed an enormous steel and wood Golem, described in the Festival of the Arts pamphlet as a "traditional symbol of protection and defiance." The structure of the Golem originated in 16th-century Prague when a rabbi built the structure to protect Jews.
Students filled Chapel's Field on Sunday armed with beach towels and sunglasses for Springfest 2014 despite the rainy weather.
The Archon from 1983 notes that pop singer-songwriter, Livingston Taylor, performed for a crowd of around 200 students at Cholmondeley's that same year.
Can you believe that it's the last day of class, Brandeis? It's been a whirlwind year for all celebrity news and this week's pop culture headlines only add to the excitement.
Mixed-up twins. Physical comedy. Drunk knights.
Over 50 children sat on blankets on the floor of the Shapiro Campus Center Atrium on Friday afternoon, watching eagerly as Bonnie Duncan performed her self-written one-woman puppet show: Squirrel Stole My Underpants. The public atmosphere of the bustling atrium allowed students, faculty and visitors passing by to catch snip- pets of the lively, funny and slightly silly show in between lunch or classes.
Who knew that gynecologist appointments in ancient Rome resembled much of what they do today? Doctors used specula to examine the cervix, prescribed cures for ailments such as breast cancer and menstrual cramps and advised women about sexual health and abstinence.
If you can identify the message or moral of the Rose Art Museum’s newest sculpture, Prof. Chris Abrams (FA) asks that you not tell him.
Upon entering Hollywood Glamour: Fashion and Jewelry from the Silver Screen at the Museum of Fine Arts, one is immediately transported to the luxurious, opulent world of 1930s and ’40s Hollywood.
Love is often the last thing one would have expected to find in the Dachau Concentration Camp. But in Martin Sherman’s Bent, directed by David Miller, it is exactly what Max, the protagonist played by Victor L.
To be a fan of a long-running music group or artist is to live with perpetual disappointment. The newest album will never match up to that first hit that made you fall in love.
Walking into TD Garden on Sunday night, crowds rambled up the escalators, tickets in hand, eagerly awaiting the start of the performance.
This week, justArts spoke with Heleena Mathew ’15 and D’Andre Young ’15, representatives from the Campus Center Team.
Saturday night, students streamed into Levin Ballroom in anticipation for the first show of the Student Events Fall Concert Series, featuring pop/hip-hop singer Mike Posner.
Various “challenges” have been circulating Facebook, including one for which I was recently nominated: list 10 books that have impacted me.
Sabrina Dieudonne ’14, creator of Boston Marathon Memorial
Welcome to summer. The weather is hotter, the drinks colder and you have a lot more free time. In pop culture land, this means blockbuster movie franchises, music festivals and often mediocre television.
This weekend, Boston Calling, a music festival right in the heart of the city, returns to Boston’s City Hall Plaza.
The past year has been a whirlwind of arts events. From comedy shows to romantic plays to slam poetry, this is a reflection of the 2013 to 2014 academic year in Brandeis arts.