Harvard Summer Pops Band

"Summer Serenade" with guest soloist Ken Amis, tuba

Thursday, 7/24: Tercentenary Theatre, Harvard Yard
Sunday, 7/27: Hatch Shell, Boston

Admission free!

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to all the performers, spectators, participants, art makers and art lovers who made ARTS FIRST 2014 such a success! See you next year!

Read about ARTS FIRST: blog post> | Harvard Crimson> | view photos on Facebook>

Margaret Atwood, recipient of the 2014 Harvard Arts Medal: Harvard Arts blog interview> | Harvard Gazette> | Harvard Crimson> | Boston Globe | Cambridge Wicked Local


Ceramics Summer Course Registration Open

12 week term: May 27–August 16, 2014
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Visiting Artist Lecture with Amy Santoferraro

Santoferraro will lecture on her influences and work practice, which often begins with collections of objects and materials.

Thursday, July 24
Slide Presentation: 5-6 PM
Free and open to the public

more information> | RSVP to kking@fas.harvard.edu


2013-14 Artist Development Fellowship recipients announced

17 undergraduate artists awarded Fellowships. Congratulations!

press release> | Go to Harvard Arts Blog to read about current and past Fellows and their work

image: still from "Fish Juice" by Renee Zhan '16 (ADF '14)

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Bhangra performs at DanceFest during ARTS FIRST 2014.

Brutally honest, and encouraging

by Artist Development Fellow
Studying composition in Berlin this summer, Artist Development Fellow Phillip Golub '16 learns musical lessons and more with master teacher Samuel Adler.
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OFA Ceramics Program hosts contemporary ceramic art exhibition

by Ceramics
Running through August 16, "Ceramic Top 40: New & Selected Works" will feature workshop, curator's talk and opening reception on June 11.
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And the band plays on ARTS FIRST

by Olivia Munk '16
The Dance Party headliners talk about influences, gigs and good times for ARTS FIRST.
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    Ceramics Show & Sale

    Ceramics Show & Sale May 8-11, at 224 Western Avenue, Allston, MA.

    This 'Rhinoceros' is a horn of plenty

    by Guest blogger
    Opening July 24, HRST's production of Ionesco's absurdist classic provides collaborative freedom for student actors and their director.
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    Harvard Summer Pops Band to perform in Cambridge and Boston

    by Tom Lee
    Concerts on July 24 and 27 will include family favorite "Tubby the Tuba" with soloist Ken Amis.
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    OFA Ceramics Program hosts contemporary ceramic art exhibition

    by Ceramics
    Curated by Leslie Ferrin of Ferrin Contemporary, the group show runs through August 16.
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    Drummer Terri Lyne Carrington and Guitarist Lionel Loueke on Herbie Hancock

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    Year in Pictures: 2013 - 2014

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