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Rose Art Museum revival, anniversary

The Rose Art Museum, no longer threatened with closure, has been renovated and will feature two new exhibits when it reopens Thursday. The Rose Art Museum, no longer threatened with closure, has been renovated and will feature two new exhibits when it reopens Thursday. (Mike Lovett)
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / October 23, 2011

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The world-famous artist who pulled out of his solo show amid a widespread protest will be there. So will the trustees who voted, on that infamous day, to allow Brandeis University to close the Rose Art Museum and sell its valuable collection of contemporary art. But they will gather on campus this week for a different occasion: to celebrate the Rose’s 50th anniversary, stroll through the renovated museum when it reopens with exhibitions showcasing the collection, and send a very public message that the Rose is reborn.

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