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Lucy Kim awarded Boston Artadia Award

Lucy Kim, a faculty member who teaches various fine arts classes at Brandeis, including Introduction to Drawing and Beginning Painting and Printmaking, has recently been awarded the highly esteemed Boston Artadia Award. Kim was named… Read More...

Rather Be Giraffes hosts yet another successful semester show

Can you picture a night where singing, some Shakespearean comedy, and giraffes were all present? It sounds like it would be interesting, to say the least—and it actually transpired on Friday, Nov. 21, when one… Read More...

‘Art’: one of the most compelling and artistic shows of semester

“My friend Serge has bought a painting. Serge is one of my oldest friends.” So begins “Art,” written by Yasmina Reza, a play that follows the tension between three friends—Serge, Marc and Yvan—when one of… Read More...

Adagio Dance Company dazzles at ‘Be the Spark’

Lights and streamers lined the stage. Nearby hung a colorful sign that read “Adagio Dance,” a considerably modest setup for the Dance Company’s latest performance, “Be the Spark.” Other than these subtle decorations, the only… Read More...

HTP’s ‘Midsummer’ enchants audience

In a show of wit and flair, Brandeis’ Hold Thy Peace theater group presented Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in a more modern adaptation of the long-standing comedy. The show was artfully crafted and stitched… Read More...

Brandeis Film Collective releases Halloween short film

On Halloween Eve, Brandeis Film Collective launched its first short film of the year, a production titled “Too Close to Be Home.” The film featured two up-and-coming first-year actors, Keturah Walker and Jordyn Seri, both… Read More...

Slosberg guest performs avant-garde, multimedia piece

Brandeis’ latest addition to the 2014-2015 Concert Series was striking in its combination of solo piano playing and electronics. The unique performance, titled “The Electro-Acoustic Piano” (EAPiano), is actually a project that was initiated in… Read More...

Art meets social justice in panel discussion

As can be expected from a university that prides itself in social justice and the awareness of inequality, Brandeis’ fall musical “Spring Awakening” presented an open-panel discussion called “Where the Arts Meet Social Justice” on… Read More...
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