This week, justArts spoke with Alex Faye ’15, the music director for Tympanium Euphorim’s production of Spring Awakening, about the company’s shows this weekend.
The Student Committee for the Rose Art Museum and the Psychology Club extended the hours at the Rose Art Museum on Thursday evening to present a symposium of 1914: Magnus Plessen. The museum, which usually closes at 5 p.m., stayed open until 9 p.m.
This week, justArts spoke with violist and professor Mark Berger Ph.D ’12, the newest member of the Lydian String Quartet.
The Boston Ballet company’s artistic director, Mikko Nissinen, redefined the timeless classic production of Swan Lake at its opening this Thursday.
Have you ever looked at a building and thought: this would look better covered in spandex? Have you ever wondered if a painting can still be called a painting if it is created entirely out of fabric?
This week, justArts spoke with Sarah Waldron ’17, the director of Brandeis Players’ Angels in America.
The latest installment of Brandeis’ Concert Series featured expansive mythology references, modified lyric poetry and even a few walrus noises.
The Rose Art Museum’s newest exhibit, John Altoon, is a collection of works by the titular artist which opened last Wednesday.
The Rose Art Museum’s four new exhibits inspire a variety of questions, emotional reactions and an overall sense of awe at the creations on display.
If you can identify the message or moral of the Rose Art Museum’s newest sculpture, Prof. Chris Abrams (FA) asks that you not tell him.