Brandeis Ballet Club clearly did not ascribe to any of these archaic ballet practices that exclude dancers based on weight, height, experience, race and ability.
Pitch darkness is suddenly interrupted by fluorescent lights, illuminating five people lying on the floor. This is the opening of the Theatre Arts department’s “Circle Mirror Transformation.”
Artists Anne Lilly and Karin Rosenthal unveiled their new collaborative exhibit, comprised of Rosenthal’s stunning photographs and Lilly’s impactful sculptures, at Brandeis’ Women’s Studies Research Center.
This semester, the Rose Art Museum is hosting a new exhibit in the Gerald S. and Sandra Fineberg Gallery called “To build another world.”
Brandeis is hosting yet another event in Bernstein’s name .
Colors of Russia, the Lydian String Quartet concert held this past Saturday, was unlike any other string quartet concert.
On Friday night, WBRS held a concert at the Light of Reason in conjunction with the Student Committee for the Rose Art Museum.
The new music concert series “Music at Mandel” kicked off on Sept. 26 with Prof. Robert Nieske (MUS) and his bandmate Billy Novick elegantly balancing a casual atmosphere and refined playing.
Rachel Stern’s exhibition, “More Weight,” points a satin-gloved finger at the ideal of justice.
On Sunday, the Boston Lyric Opera kicked off the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts in Slosberg Music Center, setting a high bar for the student performances to come.