Join us this fall for a series of focused gallery talks in the exhibition Passage featuring highlights from the permanent collection. Experience the works on view accompanied by the expert, multidisciplinary lens and commentary of guest speakers from Brandeis faculty. The series aims to shed light on the radical ideas and transformational processes that shaped artistic practice in the first seven decades of the 20th century.
Professor Andreas Teuber teaches the Aesthetics course on painting, photography, and film at Brandeis for the Fine Arts and Philosophy Departments. He received his PhD from Harvard and, while still an undergraduate at Oxford, was cast as Mephistopheles in the University Dramatic Society's production of Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus opposite Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor and repeated his role in the Columbia Pictures movie version. He revived The Poets' Theatre in 1987 and founded the Cambridge Theatre Company in the 90's which staged their productions at the Hasty Pudding Theater in Harvard Square. He is the recipient of two Brandeis teaching awards.
Free and open to the public