Summer is traditionally a calm time for the media. Very few things go on in the White House, late night talk shows are not a big deal and the headlines tend to focus on minor issues.
Coming this Halloween season, prepare for “Blithe Spirit,” directed by Marek Haar ’20. Do you believe in ghosts?
See the work of Brandeis Prof. Sean Downey (FA) at the Steven Zevitas Gallery in Boston’s South End.
One might be under the impression that after the dismal reports of this summer’s low blockbuster turnout and disappointing box office performance that there has been a shift in audience preferences.
This week, justArts spoke with Tres Fimmano ’18 who is the president of the Undergraduate Theater Collective. justArts: What’s your background in the Undergraduate Theater Collective?
This week, justArts spoke with Morissa Pepose ’17, who sang the National Anthem at Commencement.
Luis A. Croquer will assume the role of Henry and Lois Foster Director of the Rose Art Museum starting on July 14, University President Ronald Liebowitz announced in a May 12 email to the student body. Croquer currently serves as deputy director of exhibitions, collections and programs at the Henry Art Gallery at the University of Washington in Seattle, where he oversees the gallery’s major artistic and creative areas and facilitates interactions among the museum’s curatorial, collections and education departments, according to a May 12 BrandeisNOW article. Croquer’s appointment, said Liebowitz, “strengthens the role of the Rose as a center of excellence on our campus.
‘Mystery and Manners: Occasional Prose’ by Flannery O’Connor When Flannery O’Connor died in 1964 — at the young age of 34 — she left behind stacks of her unpublished essays, criticisms and articles.
The Vatican After students complete Prof. McClendon’s (FA) St. Peter’s and the Vatican course, they always feel the need to visit the Vatican, whose architecture and history they have been studying for the past semester.
Brandeis Department: ‘Martyr’ This past fall, the Brandeis Theater Arts Department put on “Martyr.” The play, written by German playwright Marius von Mayenburg, follows one boy’s tempestuous journey into the depths of Christian fundamentalism.
The Juried Brandeis Library Artists’ Book Award exhibit was displayed in the Goldfarb Library from Thursday until Sunday between the information desks and the computers.
On an average day, Chapel’s Field looks bare. On a sunny day it’s filled with people tanning and throwing frisbees.
The annual Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts, held from April 27 to 30, was home to exhibits and performances from more than 300 Brandeis students and alumni, and was free and open to the public.
This week, justArts spoke with Dylan Anthony Hoffman ’18 who directed the performance of “hamletmachine.” justArts: Why did you choose to direct “hamletmachine” for the Festival of the Arts? Dylan Hoffman: “hamletmachine” is, in a certain sense, about the world after the destruction of World War II.
“I will dance here or there, I will dance everywhere!” Adagio performed the spring semester show in Levin ballroom at 8 p.m.
Ghosts, father-daughter camping trips, secret passageways between Brandeis and Chuck E. Cheese’s — all these and more were the subjects of the short films showcased at the Sundeis Film Festival on Thursday evening.
Boston Calling’s star-studded lineup is sure to draw hordes to its new location, the Harvard Allston Athletic Complex, this Memorial Day weekend.