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2/02/15

MOTOWN THE MUSICAL at Harvard

Presented By Learning From Performers
Currently on tour at Boston’s Opera House after a record-breaking run on Broadway, “Motown the Musical” tells the story of Berry Gordy, Jr., founder and president of the iconic, Detroit-based record label, and his personal and professional relationships with such legendary Motown artists as Diana Ross, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, and Michael Jackson. At Harvard, the show’s director, Charles Randolph-Wright, and cast members (to be announced) will discuss the history and cultural impact of Motown during a conversation moderated by Ingrid Monson, Harvard’s Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music. Co-sponsored by Lexus Broadway in Boston.
Filed Under: Theater
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2/20/15

Visiting Artist Workshop with Mark Hewitt: At the Crossroads

Presented By Ceramics Program
Spend the day with British-born, North Carolina-based potter, Mark Hewitt as he brings a bit of the South to New England and discusses approaching traditional methods with a contemporary eye. During the workshop, Hewitt will throw and decorate large and small pots, and discuss issues of taste, excellence, and athleticism with regard to contemporary craft and practice, and how they relate to the marketplace.
Filed Under: Visual Arts
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3/05/15

Visiting Artist Workshop with Jessica Brandl

Presented By Ceramics Program
Spend the day with British-born, North Carolina-based potter, Mark Hewitt as he brings a bit of the South to New England and discusses approaching traditional methods with a contemporary eye. During the workshop, Hewitt will throw and decorate large and small pots, and discuss issues of taste, excellence, and athleticism with regard to contemporary craft and practice, and how they relate to the marketplace.
Filed Under: Visual Arts
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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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