These are just some of the pieces that caught my eye upon my first visit. If any of these comments interest you in one of the specific pieces or the museum in general, pay a visit to this fine establishment.
For most people, plants are a symbol of nature — both peaceful and calm. Along those lines, with a few exceptions, plants are often portrayed in a positive light and sometimes as a symbol for good.
For most people, the sky is one of the most familiar subjects of nature, yet it is a totally unfamiliar space for most people. To me, the darkness over the sky is the unknown part of the world that we unconsciously forget, even though it is looming over our heads everyday.
This week, justArts&Culture spoke with Caleb Duffy ’22, a member of WBRS: Student Music about the upcoming Stein Night events.
Have you ever noticed the concrete building with a full glass front on the west side of the campus? Yes, that is our very own Rose Art Museum.
This week, justArts&Culture spoke with Rasheed Peters ’20, Anna Bartusis ’20 and Ashley Young ’22, members of the FA 17B: Printmaking: Silkscreen class.
One month into the season, here’s some teams you might want to put your money bets on.
The bouquet in “Utah Bride and Baby” is not at its prime, but carries marks of time. It’s not only about the beginnings of new chapters of life, but also how far we have come and what a beautiful journey it has been.
This week, justArts&Culture spoke with Pascale Florestal, the director of “We Are Proud to Present a Presentation about the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as Southwest Africa, From the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884-1915.”
This week, justArts&Culture spoke with Anna Cass ’21, a member of the TBA Improv and Sketch Comedy, about the “Judges vs. Owls: TBA and Bad Grammar’s 4th Annual Joint Show” on Nov. 13.