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    Francine Miller discusses Cashing in on Culture and the Rose Art Museum

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    May 24, 2012


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    Francine Miller discusses Cashing in on Culture and the Rose Art Museum

    When the Rose Art Museum proposed its plan to close and sell its invaluable 8,000-piece collection to close university budget gaps, Francine Miller became an outspoken critic in favor of its preservation.

    As both a respected Boston-area art critic and a Brandeis alumnus, Miller's attempt to save the Rose, one of the country's most visited university art museums, was a cause very dear to her. The results of her efforts have kept the museum intact for its fiftieth year, and have culminated in a book documenting its rise from recession.

    Join us as we host Francine Miller for a discussion of the book her publisher called "a very local story with national implications."



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    289 Moody Street
    Waltham, MA 02453

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    Free


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    7:00 PM


    Phone: (781) 209-0631


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