BREAKING BREAD: Two students chat over the food the BC3 prepared for their welcome back event.
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CHATTING OVER CHINESE FOOD: Students laugh while playing icebreakers over their meal.
LOOKING THROUGH A WINDOW: Students gaze at paintings made by Brandeis students and others while on the Brandeis in Siena program.
SHADES OF BLUE: Yage Wang’s ’17 watercolor of a seascape is a dreamy presentation of the aesthetic possibilities of watercolor.
MOTHER AND HIM: Lawrence and Bardem pictured in a promotion for the film. The crack running between them foreshadows dark events to come.
No. 8 Mark Rothko (American (born in Russia), 1903–1970) 1964 Oil, acrylic, and mixed media on canvas *National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift of The Mark Rothko Foundation, Inc., 1986.43.139 * © 1998 Kate Rothko Prizel & Christopher Rothko / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York *Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington *Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
BUST IN BLUE: Akiyama’s wooden bust appears dipped in navy paint, splitting up the visual plane of the piece.
PERUSING PIECES: Two people study the small bust, the face of which has been replaced by a painting of a landscape.
Chamonix Joan Mitchell (American, 1925 – 1992) about 1962 Oil on canvas * Charles H. Bayley Picture and Painting Fund Reproduced with permission. artwork © Estate of Joan Mitchell * Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
SILLY SKITS: Members of TBA act out a skit, drawing laughs from the audience.
PHYSICAL EXAM: Doctor (Ryan Sands ’19) encourages Woyzeck’s (Dan Souza ’19) growing neuroticism and dementia as he gives him a dubious check-up.
LOVERS’ SPAT: Woyzeck stabs Marie to death intimately, lost to the insanity spurned by suspicions of her faithfulness.
FAMILY VALUES: The Samsa family crowds around the tenant (Amber Crossman ’21) as Gregor (Norma Stobbe ’20) lurks behind.
REFLECTION: Marie (Gabi Nail ’18) admires a new pair of earrings she was gifted, doting on her reflection, played by Sophia Massidda ’20.
MOTHER AND SON: Gregor Samsa crouches in his web-like bedroom as his mother (Renata Leighton ’21) reaches in.
SAMSAS, UNHINGED: Gregor rolls on the floor as his father, Mr. Samsa, (Anderson Stinson III ’21) stands above him, while Mrs. Samsa grasps his arm.
PEERING IN: Guests closely peruse the works of Joe Bradley, exhibited in a salon style.