Loud. That is how I would describe my Friday night at Chum’s. This, however, is not a negative attribute.
Each coordinator had their own idea for AYALA this year, but they managed to connect Matahari, the ocean and family under one distinction: connections.
The latest installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was released last week to roaring box office success. “Captain Marvel” follows the story of a young warrior from an alien planet suffering from amnesia — she can’t remember anything before five years ago. When a mission takes her to Earth in 1995, she must combat invading shapeshifters, called Skrulls, and stop them from acquiring a massive light speed generator.
This week, justArts spoke with Jennifer Okewunmi ’21 amd Adina Scheinberg ’21 who hosted the Black Jew Dialogues: Comedy Show
In Howardena Pindell’s “1-6031 with Additions, Corrections, and Coffee,” the two forms of artistic styles are combined into an amazing hybrid that is unique and powerful.
This past Saturday, I had the opportunity to attend Brandeis Black Student Organization’s second “Shade of Blackness” event, which was held in the International Cultural Center. As I come from a predominantly white and rural town, it was an amazing chance to see this event.
Brandeis Liquid Latex held its 19th annual celebration of body positivity last Tuesday. This year’s event “Thank u, Latex” took inspiration from Ariana Grande’s hit song “thank u, next,” and each performance was an homage to pop culture.
Last week, justArts spoke with Ben Greene ’21, who is the assisstant producer of Arcadia.
Howardena Pindell’s “Nelson Mandela Parade” is a striking piece which conveys Pindell’s memory loss, the result of a car accident, extremely vividly.
Last Saturday, the Brandeis Undergraduate Taiwanese Student Association hosted “Love, Formosa,” a culture show that centered around the Taiwanese traditions of love and how they fit into the modern world.
The walls were decorated with lanterns and shrines as well as maps of the streets of Hanoi on the floor of the Hall, writing the street names on long strings of multi-colored tape.
The work, which consists of a series of videos, envisions a post-apocalyptic version of the Holy Land, in which its female inhabitants are forced to traverse the terrain on various obstacles that keep their bodies from making contact with the earth.
The 1993 British play was produced by the Undergraduate Theater Collective March on 14-17 in the SCC Theater.
This week, justArts spoke with Joon Cha ’20 , who organized K-Nite.
While the majority of this weekend’s moviegoers shelled out their hard-earned money to “Captain Marvel,” several releases from the past few weeks faded into box office obscurity.
Levine described himself as an “old-fashioned idealist,” a composer who creates music meant to be listened to from beginning to end.
Earlier this month, the Brandeis Asian American Students Association opened Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with their “Dare to Dream” event.
The concert was held after normal museum hours, so the audience could explore the Rose without being impeded by the usual crowds of museumgoers.
This week, justArts spoke with Olivia Ellson ’21, who directed “Much Ado About Nothing.”
Ever since it was announced that the protagonist Alita would be filmed entirely with motion capture technology, many have worried that she would look unnatural among real flesh-and-blood actors.