JustArts features Brandeis faculty and staff art
Brandeis faculty and staff will show off more than 100 works of art at the exhibition, JustArts, on display in the Dreitzer Gallery of Spingold Theater from Nov. 16 through 22.
Works displayed will be by individuals from across campus, including the departments of psychology, theater, fine arts and politics; the mail room; LTS; and the department of athletics.
Sponsored by the Office of the Arts, last year’s exhibition, the first in Brandeis history, was called “a joyous occasion, with so many people truly paying attention to the art and talking about it,” by Professor Mick Watson (PSYCH) in an e-mail to the exhibit’s organizers.
“And the artwork was good—well worth looking at. Best of all, the works came from so many diverse members of the Brandeis community—people who may have been doing art as a hobby, but who took it seriously and had created aesthetic and often moving pieces.”
An opening reception for JustArts will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 16, from noon to 1 p.m. and is open to the public. A light lunch will be served.
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