The first two events were smaller, focusing on two important issues that the Latinx community faces: the legal status of undocumented immigrants and the controversy over the term Latinidad due to its narrow interpretation of Latinx identity.
On Oct. 16, the Vietnamese Student Association hosted “Caesars Palace,” an event based on traditional casino games popular in Vietnam.
Quick question: Do you like Saturday Night Live? How about thought provoking conversations? If both of these things are your forte, you might like “Love and Information.”
The fact that this piece was not too ostentatious and loud but was still interesting and elaborate is what sparked my fascination for it and caused this piece to stand out amid the others in the museum.
This week, the Justice spoke with Pramoda Bapatla ’20, one of the co-presidents of Namastar, about their event, It’s Garba Season!, on Oct. 12.
Students helped ease their home sickness with some familiar tastes, explored the unfamiliar dishes from countries that they have been to or want to visit, or simply just hung out with friends to relax.
By the nature of its presentation, graffiti is an art form that challenges the established order.
“Joker” is a film that operates under the aesthetic guise of a thoughtful film, shrouding the fact that it is absent of social commentary, made at the expense of the dignity of the mentally ill and people of color. This film is no laughing matter.
If someone is looking to watch something with a complex storyline I would suggest seeing something else, but for someone who just wants to see something funny and have a good time, this show is perfect.
Fueled by passion and authenticity, “Brittany Runs a Marathon” is a crowd-pleaser that blows away the competition and jolts the audience with a desire to be better versions of themselves.
On the heels of stellar reviews for his supporting turn as Cliff Booth in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” Brad Pitt has come back to the silver screen for the second time this year in James Gray’s “Ad Astra.”
This week, justArts&Culture spoke with Jessica Cloer, the Associate Registrar of the Rose Art Museum, about the Student Art Loan Program, which happened on Oct. 2.
This quasi-mystical regard for architecture was paired with a heightened professional sense, which he saw at the time as failing the common citizen.
Last week, I sat down with Janikah Brice ’20, the president of YourStory International at Brandeis. We talked about YourStory International and its expedition program in Haiti, the process and challenges faced while organizing the Haitian Kompa Concert and her suggestions for the University in the future.
This week, justArts&Culture spoke with Jessamyn Fiore, who was the co-director of the Matta Clark Estate. She co-hosted the “Anarchitect: A Conversation on Gordon Matta-Clark” on Saturday.
When I toured the exhibit, I couldn’t help but find myself in awe of all of the pieces of art.
It could be coming from your own AirPods, or it could be a concert in the “Music at Mandel” series — free concerts for the Brandeis community that occur seven times each school year.
To Ms. Lopez: I am sorry for underestimating you, in spite of my long-standing consciousness of your talent. May you win an Academy Award for your performance in “Hustlers.”
This week, justArts&Culture spoke with Rita Scheer ’20, who was one of the showcased artists at the “New Arts from Home & Abroad” Awarded Student Art Show.
Once I stepped into The Undisciplined Collector, 2015, a 20th century style living room in the Rose Art Museum, the first work that caught my eye was the “Le Marche.”