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1/22/15

ALL THE RIGHT CHANNELS: A LIFE IN TELEVISION, a conversation with Susanne Daniels ‘87, President of Programming, MTV, and Amy Lippman ‘85, show runner/executive producer

Presented By Office for the Arts
During this informal conversation, Susanne Daniels ’87, President of Programming, MTV, and Amy Lippman ’85, show runner/executive producer for Showtime’s “Masters of Sex,” will discuss their careers in television production (including their most embarrassing work moments for which they are full of regret and wish to never relive). Admission free and open to the public, reservations required. This special Wintersession program is sponsored by the Office for the Arts at Harvard and Harvard Alumni Association.
Filed Under: Film Music
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1/22/15

RISKS AND REWARDS IN ENTERTAINMENT CAREERS, a talk by Media Rights Capital Co-CEO Modi Wiczyk AB ’93, MBA ’99

Presented By Office for the Arts
Careers in media/entertainment are often perceived as being more uncertain or risky than traditional “professions.” How can you chart a career path in the field? What is it like to be an assistant and how do you go from answering phones to being in charge? Modi Wiczyk, whose company Media Rights Capital is a film and television studio specializing in the creation of content in partnership with the industry’s foremost creative talent, will discuss defining and achieving career goals, going behind the scenes from “feet on the factory floor” entry level jobs to senior positions in production, artist management, financing and more. Admission free and open to the public, reservations required. This special Wintersession program is sponsored by the Office for the Arts at Harvard and Harvard Alumni Association.
Filed Under: Film
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1/22/15

master class with pianist ANGELA HEWITT

Presented By Learning From Performers
Named “Artist of the Year” at the 2006 Gramophone Awards, and made an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2000 and awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours in 2006, Angela Hewitt regularly appears in recital and with major orchestras throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia. Hewitt will conduct a master class sponsored by OFA Learning From Performers, the Celebrity Series of Boston, New England Conservatory of Music (NEC), and The Harvard College Piano Society, which will highlight the Harvard-NEC joint degree program in music performance by featuring two student pianists from each school.
Filed Under: Music
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1/28/15

conversation and clinic with BRANFORD MARSALIS

Presented By Learning From Performers
Saxophonist, composer and bandleader Branford Marsalis will conduct a conversation on his career and creative process and lead a clinic with students in the Harvard Jazz Bands. This event is co-sponsored by the Celebrity Series of Boston.
Filed Under: Music
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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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