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New ‘Beauty and the Beast’ lives up to its legacy

It’s a tale as old as time with songs as old as rhyme, and it is officially taking over the box office. Since its release on March 17, the live-action version of “Beauty and the Beast” has become the most Read More...

MFA’s photo exhibit breathes life into Lodz Ghetto

Exhibiting a collection of rare photographs taken during the Nazi occupation of the Polish city Lodz, the Museum of Fine Arts’ “Memory Unearthed: The Lodz Ghetto Photographs of Henryk Ross” should not be missed.

Captured in 1939, the city of Read More...

‘Rise Up’ displays studio art majors’ variety of talents

Junior studio art majors’ wide range of media, content and talent is now on display in Spingold’s Dreitzer Gallery. The “Rise Up Exhibition” opened Wednesday, May 29 and is on view until April 27.

Whether large or small, smooth or … Read More...

Temporary pop-up gallery Rosebud ‘is no more’

With little notice or publicity, the Rosebud Gallery, a project by the Rose Art Museum, has recently closed its doors. The Rosebud was a small art gallery that bridged the Rose and the broader Waltham community, encouraging stronger ties between Read More...

‘Footloose’ impresses with professional dancing, acting, singing

This year’s open-cast musical, “Footloose,” produced by Hillel Theater Group, featured a cast of dedicated and convincing actors in its opening night performance on Thursday, March 30 in the Shapiro Campus Center Theater.

“Footloose” follows high school student Ren (Justin … Read More...

Students as ornate canvasses astound in ‘Liquid Latex’

The lights dimmed, and the room roared as Liquid Latex attendees cheered on classmates minutes away from dancing their hearts out on stage covered in nothing but thongs and Latex paint.

“The Devil Wears Nada,” the 17th-annual iteration of “Liquid … Read More...

Artist Cullen Washington Jr. breaches the abstract

Cullen Washington Jr. is interested in contrast. As the prolific professional artist summarized his career in a visit to Brandeis on Tuesday, March 28, a fixation on contrast emerged throughout. Washington started turning heads for his skills at age nine, Read More...

Mori shares her keys to success in architecture lecture

Renowned architect Toshiko Mori has a lot to say about her field. As part of the Department of Fine Arts’ Richard Saivetz ’69 Annual Memorial Lecture Series, Mori shared her wealth of knowledge on architecture to students, professors and community Read More...

‘Iron Fist’ a show that feels like being punched in the chest

A few weeks ago, the first reviews of “Iron Fist” were released, and they were not positive. Though critics praised other Netflix and Marvel collaborations such as “Daredevil” and “Luke Cage” and lauded “Jessica Jones,” “Iron Fist” received a much Read More...

Lisa Reindorf merges art, activism, environmentalism

Architect, artist and climate activist Lisa Reindorf gave a guest lecture that provided an overview of the interconnections between politics, economics and environmentalism, along with other fields, on Wednesday, March 22.

Touching upon the works of other artists and environmentalists Read More...

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