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Here's what Brandeis creative arts faculty are up to this summer

examples of creative arts work done by faculty

If members of the Brandeis University creative arts faculty aren't working with students, they are probably working on their craft. 

This summer, Brandeis arts faculty have a busy slate of exhibitions, performances, lectures and more. Here’s a look at what some of the faculty are up to:

May to September
Christopher Frost, lecturer, Fine Arts
“Commemorations,” a group outdoor sculpture exhibition
Heritage Museum and Gardens, Sandwich, Mass.
 
June 1
Eric Chasalow and Barbara Cassidy
Release of new CD, “Ford Hill Road”
 
June 5 to July 18
Sheida Soleimani, Assistant Professor of Studio Art
“Medium of Exchange” (solo exhibition)
CUE Art Foundation, NYC

June 9
Eric Chasalow
Performance of his composition, “Ariel Fantasy”
CUSP Festival Cleveland Institute

June 20
Sonia Almeida, lecturer, Fine Arts
Talk in collaboration with VoCA (Voices in Contemporary Art) as part of VoCA Talks series
Harvard University, Carpenter Center

June 16 - November 2018
Gannit Ankori
Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up (Ankori collaborated with fashion curators to research, conceptualize and install the exhibition)
V&A London 

July to September
Christopher Frost, Lecturer, Fine Arts
outdoor sculpture installation
Boston National Park at the Charlestown Navy Yard

July 4
Charles B. McClendon, Sidney and Ellen Wien Professor in the History of Art
Lecture: "Teeming with Venerable Memories:' Functions, Associations and Recollections of Old Saint Peter's in the Vatican”
International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds

July 13 to August 11
Robert Walsh
New England premiere of “Cyrano” (director)
Gloucester Stage

August 31 to October 7
Cameron Anderson
The Niceties (set designer)
Huntington Theatre

August to September
Marya Lowry
“True West” (performing the part of “Mom”)
Gloucester Stage

September 2018 to September 2019
Christopher Frost, Lecturer, Fine Arts
Outdoor sculpture installation on Minuteman Bike Path
Arlington, Mass.

Categories: Faculty
Date: June 29, 2018