The Rose Art Museum’s newest exhibit, John Altoon, is a collection of works by the titular artist which opened last Wednesday.
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It is clear that from her gallery talk on Wednesday that Carol Eliel knows something about art and, specifically, a lot about Los Angeles-based artist John Altoon (1925 to 1969). Taking the audience in a guided tour through John Altoon, the new exhibit that opened at the Rose Art Museum that same evening, Eliel spoke gracefully and knowledgeably about the life and work of Altoon.
How To Get Away With Murder, which premiered on Sept. 25 and is coming up on its fourth episode this week, has already been proven guilty?of being one of the most popular shows on television, of course.With foreseeable end of Grey’s Anatomy, How To Get Away With Murder is a necessary addition to ABC’s programming so that I can continue to get my weekly fix of ShondaLand.The show follows criminal defense lawyer Professor Annalise Keating (Viola Davis, who teaches a criminal law course?nicknamed “How To Get Away With Murder”?at a fictional elite university.
This week, justArts spoke with Sandra Luo ’15, Fall Fest’s on-campus programming coordinator about, Fall Fest this coming weekend.
After Gone Girl’s reign on the literary scene, fans eagerly awaited the release of the movie version of Gillian Flynn’s novel on Oct. 3 and the movie had rather large expectations to fulfill.
Let’s check in with the current movies at the top of the box office. Up until this weekend, the number one film was Gone Girl, based on Gillian Flynn’s bestselling novel about a man and his missing wife.
Some say that art gives voice to the silenced. On Thursday, Tympanium Euphorium, the department of Theater and Creativity, the Arts and Social Transformation presented a panel that discussed the role of art in social change through the lens of Spring Awakening. Tympanium Euphorium will be staging the musical in November.
A large crowd flocked to Slosberg Music Center on Sunday evening to honor the late Erwin Bodky, the first professor of music at Brandeis.
On Wednesday, the Brandeis Asian American Student Association offered a peek into the world of Steven and his wife, Sandy, through Debbie Lum’s Seeking Asian Female (2012). The film screening was followed by a group discussion and a taste of Korean food.
The latest installment of Brandeis’ Concert Series featured expansive mythology references, modified lyric poetry and even a few walrus noises.
Right now at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, viewers can see one of the most comprehensive exhibitions to date of the works of Spanish painter Francisco Goya.
This week, justArts spoke with Sarah Waldron ’17, the director of Brandeis Players’ Angels in America.
Dave Coulier’s voice-over work is impressive, his stand-up comedy career is extensive, but his work as Joey Gladstone on Full House represented goofy uncles across America for an entire generation.
A pairing of one in a million; abstract artist Mark Bradford and Prof. Anita Hill (Heller) spoke together on Friday afternoon, discussing art in a societal context.
“I only have an intellectual life because of artists,” said Chris Bedford, director of the Rose Art Museum, addressing a room teeming with visitors who were waiting to hear four of today’s prominent artists talk about their work.
Tony Kushner’s Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches, as performed by Brandeis Players and directed by Sarah Waldron ’17, makes the audience think deeply about themes such as love and loss in a time when AIDS was just coming into the public’s attention.
Have you ever looked at a building and thought: this would look better covered in spandex? Have you ever wondered if a painting can still be called a painting if it is created entirely out of fabric?
This week, justArts spoke with Alex Davis ’15, the director of Hold Thy Peace’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream which was performed this past weekend.