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With four Golden Globe nominations already under its belt, Selma is shaping up to be one of the most influential and memorable films of 2015.
FA 79A: “Modernism Elsewhere,” taught by Prof. Talinn Grigor (FA)“Modernism Elsewhere” centers around modern and contemporary architecture outside the West.
This week, justArtsBspoke to Dean Elaine Wong, senior associate dean of arts and sciences for undergraduate education, about the upcoming BPArt: Pluralism and the Arts ‘Deis Impact Art exhibition.
The award season continued this past week with the release of the Oscar nominations, most notably, the new film Selma that tells the story of civil rights activists leading up to the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
YouTube sensations Dave and Ethan came to Brandeis as part of Winter Week 2015 on Saturday night.
“Took the long way home but it wasn’t long enough,” one video game starts. The point of the game is not to escape from the cops or to accomplish a robbery.
'The Tech Project'Jan. 30 to 31Rachel Liff ’16, head of the Undergraduate Theater Collective, wrote in an email to the Justice that “this is a show with no actors, told entirely through the technical parts of theater.” The production is co-sponsored by Brandeis Ensemble Theater and Brandeis Players.'Brandeis Cares'Feb.
Alyssa Avis, management assistant to the Theater Arts Department at the University, noted the range of subjects and shows in this semester’s theater line-up for the Company in an email to the Justice.
This year, the theme for the annual Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Art will be “light.” The Festival is a week of arts productions spanning creative disciplines.
For the fifth consecutive year, Adagio Dance Company raised money for Children’s Miracle Network this Sunday through the Brandeis Dance Marathon, finishing the night with a total of $5,789.96 for the cause.Adagio and other attendees used their love of dance to support the families and children at Boston Children’s Hospital during an eight-hour long event in Sherman Function Hall.
There are more than 250 clubs on campus—some of which you probably have never even heard of, and some that go in and out of style over the years.
This week, JustArts spoke with Director of Concerts for Student Events Benji Bernstein ’15 about the GrooveBoston concert this past Sunday.
Since the Rose Art Museum’s fall exhibits closed on Dec. 22, museumgoers have awaited the day the Rose would reopen to present its spring art selections.
The latest installation of student art Dimensions 2: Work from classes in Drawing, Painting, Printmaking opened this past week in Spingold Theater Center’s Dreitzer Gallery.
Miss Colombia, Paulina Vega, was crowned Miss Universe on Sunday night, winning the coveted crown against four other finalists in the Miss Universe pageant.
Amira & Sam is the perfect comedy for Brandeis students, combining social issues with the classic notions of a romantic comedy.
As part of ’Deis Impact, the University’s annual festival of social justice, the Brandeis Pluralism Alliance opened BPArt: Pluralism and the Arts on Friday.
Apackalypse: The Tech Show was the first of hopefully many more Brandeis productions to showcase the technical side of theater.
Last night, Patriots fans across the country rejoiced after they won the Super Bowl, defeating the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 after a riveting game.