Arts & Culture
By Jack Gottlieb, M.A.’55
When I was a music major in college, I wondered what it would have been like to have known Mendelssohn, Liszt, Mahler and Gershwin. I found out.
Eric Chasalow captures a prestigious composition commission to create a multifaceted work for a celebrated new music ensemble.
New exhibitions and new initiatives brighten the future for Brandeis’ landmark Rose Art Museum as it heads toward its 50th anniversary.
Faculty composer Neal Hampton orchestrates Jane Austen’s romantic world of English gentlewomen in a new musical now in development.
Like other fine arts department members, Alfredo Gisholt practices his craft, exhibiting paintings from Maine to Mexico.
Two Brandeis acting alumni get their big breaks center stage in New York.
In a new book, Laura Browder, Ph.D. ’94, shines the spotlight on four dozen female veterans of contemporary warfare.
The 2010–11 theater season includes an opportunity for Brandeis actors to partner with a playwright to shape a new drama in the making.
The Women’s Studies Research Center plays host to a photographic exhibition that sheds light on the other side of Mexican-American immigration as it focuses on the women left behind.