Rose Art Museum and Brandeis University: The Conclusion

Over the years here at The Red Dot we’ve followed the economic tug-of-war between Brandeis University and its Rose Art Museum. It appears that the war is now over and thankfully the Rose emerges the victor. Brandeis University has posted on its website that the suit between four museum supporters and the university — who wanted to close the museum and sell off its permanent collection to raise funds — has been settled. The settlement states that the Rose “will remain a university art museum open to the public and that Brandeis has no plan to sell artwork.”

For previous posts, click here, here, here, and here.

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