Art Lights the Way
"I'm excited to be part of' the Festival of the Arts for the third year. Each year the festival allows me to commit to a large project that pushes my limits and advances my artistic practice. This year I am taking a significant step by bringing a very biographical piece to the festival."
--Paul Belenky '14
See Paul's "Unnoticed" in the Shapiro Campus Center during the Festival!
During the Festival of the Creative Arts, the Brandeis campus is transformed by innovative original artwork made by students, staff and faculty and funded by the Office of the Arts.
Project coordinator: Sam Toabe, Samson Gallery, Boston.
Paul Belenky '14 invites you to contemplate the struggle of attraction and the possibilities of love. Shapiro Campus Center.
ART WITHIN THE SOUL OF SCIENCE
This exhibition presents the beauty of scientific data produced in the Brandeis labs. Coordinated by Vivekanand Vimal (GRAD, neuroscience).
Rachel Berkovitz '15 and Jess Podhorcer '15 filter the light of the Shapiro Campus Center Atrium through theatrical gels to create a vibrant, shifting new landscape.
Samantha Laney '16 invites you to sit right down and write yourself a letter in the Shapiro Campus Center.
SHADOW PLAY AND LIGHT BOX: LLM S6 UNVEILING
This video installation by Alex Weick '15 and Lenny Schnier '13 plays with the limitations of light in regards to sociocultural and political visibility.
Sneha Wahlia ’14 invites you to consider your own path in the pursuit of reason and social justice through poetry writ large in the Shapiro Campus Center.
ARRIBA QUEMANDO EL SOL
The photography of Daniela Marquez '17 explores the hypervisibility and underrepresentation of black and afro-Latin American bodies in white spaces and begins a conversation about the ways our bodies travel within different environments. To attend an artist talk, contact Daniela at email@example.com.
ALSO ON VIEW
DREITZER GALLERY, SPINGOLD THEATER CENTER
Accomplished studio artists in the postbaccalaureate program exhibit painting, sculpture, drawing, and printmaking. Gallery hours: Thursday and Friday 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.; Sunday 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.