Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University closes

Max Weber, Seated Woman, 1917The Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University has posted on its website that its last curated exhibition closed this month and the university will “repurpose” the space in late June. Also on the chopping block: some of its permanent collection.

As you can imagine, the closure of this institution (with the possible sale of its holdings) has been steeped in controversy ever since it was first announced back in January. To read more about this unfortunate action, click here. Recent national and international news articles can be found here. Otherwise, this is the museum’s mission statement (which used to be on the opening page of its website).

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