Thursday, January 29, 2009
More on Brandeis University's Rose Art Museum
Here is the latest news about the Rose Art Museum, as reported by the Boston Globe: Brandeis may keep art, says president. Reaffirms need to close museum," by Geoff Edgers on January 29, 2009.
Quoting the article: "Jehuda Reinharz, Brandeis University president, yesterday opened the possibility that the university would not sell its $350 million art collection but said he would not change his mind about closing RRose Art Museum and turning it into a study and research center." Read more.
If you haven't been following this, read my post on Tuesday January 27th to get links to different articles.
Then, to get some more background, read these:
"Museum backers seek halt to selloff. Say art should stay at Brandeis," by Geoff Edgers on January 28, 2009 in The Boston Globe.
"Crisis raises questions on Brandeis campus At issue are speed of cuts, other changes," by Peter Schworm on January 28, 2009 in The Boston Globe.
"Q&A with Rose Art Museum director Michael Rush."