Rose Art Museum and Brandeis University, continued

Alfred Jensen, Opposites are Complementary: Per I - V, 1978In May, we mentioned on our blog that Brandeis University had closed the Rose Art Museum and was threatening to sell off its collection. Well, good news has prevailed: the Boston Globe reports this week that a Brandeis University committee report recommends the Rose remain open and “directs the university to better integrate the museum into Brandeis’s academic departments – from the arts to math and science.”

In other news, Brandeis announced President Jehuda Reinharz (a force behind the move to close the museum and auction its assets) will resign.

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