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Report urges Brandeis to keep Rose open to the public

Panel doesn’t take stand on sale of art

The Rose Art Museum, at Brandeis University, houses New England’s largest collection of modern and contemporary art. The Rose Art Museum, at Brandeis University, houses New England’s largest collection of modern and contemporary art. (Essdras M Suarez/ Globe Staff/ File)
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / September 22, 2009

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A Brandeis University committee examining the future of the Rose Art Museum will recommend today that the museum remain open to the public, eight months after the financially strapped college threatened to shutter the renowned facility and sell off its collection. (Full article: 835 words)

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