Arts & Culture
By THERESA PEASE
What do frat-party movies, female empowerment and the outsourcing of manufacturing have in common with Peter Pan in Never Never Land?
A collection of 47 antique Chinese snuff bottles in the special collections department of the university library epitomizes ingenuity in miniature craftsmanship.
Two alums pen picture books for children about Hurricane Katrina.
Works by artist Naoe Suzuki are exhibited at the Women's Studies Research Center's gallery.
Loretta Devine, M.F.A.’76, Ethan Prochnik ’86 and Ray Arsenault, M.A.’74, Ph.D.’81, win Emmys.
The kudos and milestones of artistic Brandeisians on and off campus.
The Brandeis Theater Company delves into British modernist Virginia Woolf.
Early European repertoire played on period instruments and music and dance from Ghana are featured in a December program.