Saturday, May 1
Boston-based artist Destiny Palmer will discuss her public art and studio-based practice, which function as places to create dialogue and make space for investigation. Trained as a painter, Palmer's work explores the intersections of painting, history and color, allowing it to blur the lines of painting, sculpture and installation. She has hosted workshops at The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts and has participated in exhibitions at Antenna Gallery, The Colored Girls Museum, Automat Collective, Ely Center for the Arts, Vandermoot Gallery, Landmark College.
Sponsored by the Kniznick Gallery, Women’s Studies Research Center. Please register in advance.
Brandeis Booths, Fellows Garden
Neeti Kulkani '21 will perform Bach's 6th Cello Suite, an excerpt from her recent senior recital in the Department of Music. Open to Brandeis community (students, faculty, staff) who are in compliance with the Brandeis Covid passport guidelines. To see a recording of Neeti's recital, please visit the Slosberg Music Center YouTube channel.
8 pm, online
We're closing the Festival with a Brandeis-exclusive virtual concert by indie musician Phoebe Bridgers!
Phoebe Bridgers made her solo debut with the studio album Stranger in the Alps (2017), followed by Punisher (2020), which earned Bridgers widespread critical acclaim and four Grammy Award nominations, including Best New Artist. Bridgers is also known for her membership in the musical groups boygenius (with Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus) and Better Oblivion Community Center (with Conor Oberst).
You must have a Brandeis email address to register for this Zoom event. Cosponsored by WBRS 100.1 FM and made possible by the Aaron Foundation Visiting Artist Fund for Theater, Music, and Fine Arts.