When Rep. Lewis finished watching the documentary, he said to Porter, “it’s so powerful.” Porter replied, “your life is powerful.”
Unlike people who lived during the Plague, the purpose of singing is no longer limited to religious reasons. Music became a common language where people shared emotions with each other.
Jackson, the 45-year-old transgender advocate and actress, was invited by the Brandeis Film, Television and Interactive Media Program for a conversation on Sept. 10. She played Elektra in the “Pose,” a 2018 television show that featured gender-nonconforming ballroom culture in the Black and Latinx community in New York in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Brave New World is a heavy book, an epitomic novel and a prophecy. We, however, should not mourn over it. But rather use it to warn us — to build up a more transparent government and to push forward social equality.
This week, JustArts&Culture talked with Amy Chen ’22, the co-president of Brandeis Drawing Club, on the club’s event “Art of Paper-cutting” last Tuesday.
K-NITE is one of the largest events that the Brandeis Korean Students Association holds every year.
This week, justArts&Culture spoke with Professor Alfredo Gisholt (FA) about the upcoming Drawing Marathon on Jan. 25 and 26.
Through music, Eissenberg, Gamin Kang and the “MusicUnitesUS” project hopes to bring attention to this unforgotten history and provoke a peaceful future from there.
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.
Selected student artworks were exhibited in the “New Arts from Home & Abroad” Awarded Student Art Show in Goldman-Schwartz Art Studio last week.