Thursday, April 27
Join University Archives & Special Collections staff for an online show and tell of treasures from Brandeis’ magnificent holdings, including photographs, posters, sculptures, manuscripts, Art Deco journals, and even paintings on the edges of pages (known as fore-edge paintings).
Artist and organizer Sienna Bucu ’22, PB ’23, offers this workshop in honor of the late Gordie Fellman, professor of sociology. Incorporating Gordie's teachings in the Sociology of Empowerment course, participants will share knowledge in silkscreen techniques, hand-sewing, and other mechanisms for putting text and images on found fabric. The collaborative work will culminate in an onsite banner drop. All materials are provided.
Drop in when you can, for as long as you can. Sharing knowledge is sharing power.
Registration is encouraged but not required. Made possible by a grant from the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts.
Students in THA 110b, Contemporary Dance and Movement (Mitsu Salmon), offer an informal performance of works they created this semester.
Brandeis alumni working at famed art auction houses Christie's and Doyle discuss their career paths and how to succeed in the global auction industry. Speakers: Sarah Horn '16, MA'17, vice president of marketing, Doyle; Samantha Minshul MA'15, junior specialist, European Decorative Arts, Christie's; Abby Muranker '20, sale coordinator, Latin American Art, Christie's. Moderated by Angela Sun '23. Sponsored by the Brandeis departments of Fine Arts, Economics, and Business; Brandeis International Business School; Hiatt Career Center; and Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts.
Experience immersive acoustic and electronic installations from undergraduate and graduate student composers enrolled in MUS 196.