Our Courses

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3/05/15

Visiting Artist Workshop with Jessica Brandl

Presented By Ceramics Program
Join us for a day of demonstration by our 2014-2015 Artist in Residence Jessica Brandl, as she combines ceramics, drawing and painting to create narrative work set in landscapes with looming architecture, turbulent skies, and misplaced objects.
Filed Under: Visual Arts
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3/09/15

a master class with composer ANDREW LIPPA

Presented By Learning From Performers
Composer/lyricist for the Broadway musicals “Big Fish” and “The Addams Family,” as well as the Off Broadway cult hit “jon & jen,” Andrew Lippa will lead a master class for Harvard undergraduate vocalists.
Filed Under: Theater Music
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3/09/15

Visiting Artist Lecture with Eric Kao

Presented By Ceramics Program
Potter, educator, author, curator and world traveler, Richard Burkett is a man with a passion for discovery. Whether documenting indigenous pottery cultures in the Amazon Basin of Ecuador or authoring ground breaking glaze calculation software, all roads seem to lead back to the studio for this world-renowned artist. Join us in welcoming Burkett as he shares images of a wide array of his ceramic works – from functional stoneware and porcelain to clay and mixed-media sculpture.
Filed Under: Visual Arts
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3/24/15

conversation with conductor MARIN ALSOP, recipient of the Luise Vosgerchian Teaching Award

Presented By Learning From Performers
Marin Alsop, Music Director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Principal Conductor of the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, is the recipient of Harvard University’s Luise Vosgerchian Teaching Award, which perpetuates the values and teaching skills represented by the late Professor Vosgerchian, the Walter W. Naumberg Professor of Music Emerita in the Department of Music at her retirement from Harvard University in 1990. Alsop will participate in a public conversation moderated by Diana Sorensen, Dean of Arts and Humanities, followed by a brief ceremony honoring her with the award.
Filed Under: Music
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3/28/15

Ronald K. Brown: Master Class

Presented By Dance Program (Office for the Arts)
Ronald K. Brown is a choreographer, dancer, and founder/ Artistic Director of the New York-based contemporary dance ensemble Evidence. He is hailed by The New York Times as “one of the most large-spirited and imaginative choreographers around New York.” He recently was the choreographer for the Broadway revival of The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess. Brown has received numerous awards and fellowships including a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in Choreography, a National Endowment for the Arts Choreographer’s Fellowship, a New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship in choreography, New York Dance and Performance Award (Bessie), a Black Theater Alliance Award, and the American Dance Festival Humphrey/Weidman/Limón Award. He will teach a contemporary master class.
Filed Under: Dance
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3/30/15

Visiting Artist Lecture with Richard Burkett

Presented By Ceramics Program
Potter, educator, author, curator and world traveler, Richard Burkett is a man with a passion for discovery. Whether documenting indigenous pottery cultures in the Amazon Basin of Ecuador or authoring ground breaking glaze calculation software, all roads seem to lead back to the studio for this world-renowned artist. Join us in welcoming Burkett as he shares images of a wide array of his ceramic works – from functional stoneware and porcelain to clay and mixed-media sculpture.
Filed Under: Visual Arts
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4/06/15

public conversation: “Slavery, Dissent, Reconciliation: Harvard Histories”

Presented By Learning From Performers
oin artist Brian Knep, Sven Beckert (Harvard University), Kellie Carter Jackson (Hunter College) and Salamishah Tillet (University of Pennsylvania) and moderator Timothy Patrick McCarthy (Harvard University) for a public conversation about Harvard University's relationship to the many legacies and memories of the Civil War. Sponsored by the Office for the Arts at Harvard, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at the Kennedy School, and Hutchins Center for African and African American Research in conjunction with Brian Knep’s site-specific installation “Deep Wounds” in the Memorial Hall Transept, April 4-May 7, presented by the OFA Public Art program.
Filed Under: Visual Arts
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