On view at the art museum through Jan. 3 is “Intersecting Colors: Josef Albers and His Contemporaries,” which celebrates the juncture of art and science in the work of 20th-century American artist, teacher and color practitioner Josef Albers.
Since its debut, The Common has published more than 560 authors from 25 countries and garnered international attention for its selections, editorial vision and design, and efforts to bring place-based literature into classrooms around the country.
Forget about “Deflategate,” the discussion of New England Patriot Tom Brady’s suspension for having “general awareness” of squishy footballs. The real question: Was artist Jane Rosenberg’s courtroom sketch of the quarterback “a faithful rendering”? Members of the College’s art community join the conversation.