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The Boston Globe has a decent, if short, article covering today’s protest. You can read it here. It’s not too enlightening on any Rose issues, but it’s nice to see that the student efforts are being properly documented in national media.

Remember, you can visit the Innermost Parts article archive to see all of the major articles about the Rose closure. Let us know if there’s anything we’re missing, or any investigation or coverage of the issue you’d like to see.

If anyone has photos or video of the event that we should post, let us know.

One comment on “Rose Protest in Globe”

  1. Brian Friedberg Says:

    My name is Brian Friedberg, a museum studies graduate student at Brandeis. this hits close to home obviously, and I want you to know about visual protests popping up around campus. This is the first of many

    COMESEEART
    a collection-based exhibit + conversation

    friday, january 30 6-8pm
    shapiro student center, brandeis university

    The “unanimous” decision by the Trustees of Brandeis University to liquidate the Rose Art Museum’s outstanding permanent collection and to close the facility is not only ill advised, but destructive to the entire Brandeis community. We demand a more detailed explanation as to how this decision was reached, considering the Rose is one of Brandeis’ greatest cultural offerings.

    This situation must be remedied in efforts to defend both the reputation of the school and its many concerned students and faculty. We must consider the impact that the Trustees’ decision will have on our experience as students, and our future as professionals.

    Using projected and reproduced images from the Rose’s collection of over 6000 art objects and footage from student protests on campus, COMESEEART is the beginning of a conversation on the nature of visual imagery and authenticity, the future of art at Brandeis, and how this weak decision can strengthen us as a community.

    Contacts:
    Brian Friedberg: bfriedbe@brandeis.edu
    Penelope Taylor: penelope@brandeis.edu