Alison Judd '04 | be-tween
Alison Beker Judd '04 uses color, mark-making, and form to capture the gestures of everyday moments — tranquil, disruptive, intimate, or routine — with her family. The abstraction of objects and figurative elements represents the changeable and fragmentary aspects of memory, in which these moments inevitably become a blur.
This pre-launch exhibition of art by the Brandeis Alumni Art Gallery, to be launched in the fall of 2023, is made possible by support from the Brandeis Alumni Association, the Office of the President, and the Division of Creative Arts. "
Alison Judd | be-tween" will be on view in the Wien Faculty Center from April 21-May 5, 2023. Gallery hours: Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.; subsequent hours TBD.
Climate Photography by Barbara Dombrowski
German photographer and climate activist Barbara Dombrowski’s images represent the dystopian portion of her ongoing project “Quo Vadis, Europe? The Human-Nature Relationship Crisis in the Anthropocene.” Sponsored by the Center for German and European Studies (CGES).
Voices of a Resilient River
Part of an ongoing collaboration between the CAST (Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation) program and the Charles River Watershed Association, an assemblage of individually crafted lanterns shed light on lost or hidden voices from and about the river. Words, images, light, and sound reflect the complexities and nuances of the river’s present and its hoped-for future. Featuring lanterns by Emmanuel Hernandez '24, Meggee Joseph '23, Jacob Krah '23, Allissa Masse '23, Nicholas Ong '23, Fiona Ripp '25, Liz Sandoval '25, and Madison Sirois '25, under the guidance of artist Andy Li. Made possible by support from Arts Engagement and the Brandeis Sustainability Fund.
Climate Culture: The actions that matter most to fight climate change
Rare's colorful, interactive exhibition booths will be on display in the SCC Atrium to educate the community about the most important and impactful climate-positive actions Americans can adopt individually. The exhibit will feature new content created with Brandeis students and alumni. Sponsored by the Office of Sustainability.
The Rose Art Museum has been dedicated to collecting and exhibiting modern and contemporary art at Brandeis University since 1961. With its highly respected international collection, scholarly exhibitions, and multidisciplinary academic and public programs, the Rose affirms and advances the values of freedom of expression, global diversity and social justice that are the hallmarks of Brandeis University.
On view during the Festival of the Arts:
Lyle Ashton Harris: Our First and Last Love
re: collections, Six Decades at the Rose Art Museum
Frida Kahlo at the Rose Art Museum
Kniznick Gallery, Women's Studies Research Center, Epstein