All Arts | All Ages
The HCWP is an extensive, multidisciplinary series of exhibitions, concerts, theatrical performances, panels, lectures, public art, gallery talks, academic coursework, and public conversations that will take place February through May. “It supports new insight into our nation's experience of the war and advances the still-unfinished work of creating a more perfect union," says President Drew Gilpin Faust.
through Thursday, May 7
Memorial Hall Transept
A large-scale installation by artist Brian Knep exploring universal themes of loss and healing in the aftermath of conflict, part of the Harvard Civil War Project and the Harvard ARTS FIRST festival.
Watch “Slavery, Dissent, Reconciliation: Harvard Histories,” public conversation with Brian Knep and noted historians recorded April 6, Sanders Theatre.
A large-scale projection installation that animates the John Harvard statue with faces, voices, words and gestures of Harvard University students based on a series of recorded video interviews conducted by the artist Krzysztof Wodiczko commissioned by the Harvard University Committee on the Arts.
April 20-27, Evenings
Presented by Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum, Harvard Dance Project, and Boston Children’s Chorus
Saturday, May 2, 8 PM
Part of the ARTS FIRST Festival and of “Unfinished Work,” presented by Holden Choruses and Harvard Civil War Project coinciding with Brian Knep’s interactive art installation, Deep Wounds, in the transept of Memorial Hall.