Our Courses

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10/28/14

Our Community Lecture with Jeremy Ogusky

Presented By Ceramics Program
The “Our Community Lectures” are an on-going series dedicated to celebrating scholars and organizations dedicated to the promotion of the study of craft mediums both locally and at the national level.
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10/30/14

Francesca Harper: Master Class

Presented By Dance Program (Office for the Arts)
Francesca Harper is a choreographer/singer/video artist, a 2012 Living History Awardee, founder of The Francesca Harper Project, Broadway performer, and former dancer with Dance Theater of Harlem and principal dancer in William Forsythe’s Frankfurt Ballet. Ms. Harper will teach an improv master class.

Participants: Prior dance experience required, free, open class.
Observers: Free and open to the public.
Pre-registration by participants is required. All Dance Program master classes are open to participants 18 years of age and older.

Register online: http://form.jotform.us/form/32315890439155
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10/30/14

master class with pianist JONATHAN BISS

Presented By Learning From Performers
A pianist the New Yorker has described as “playing with unerring sophistication,” Jonathan Bliss will lead a master class for undergraduate musicians. Observers are welcome; admission is free (tickets/RSVPs not required). Presented in association with the Harvard Piano Society.

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11/06/14

trumpeter/composer WALLACE RONEY

Presented By Learning From Performers
One of the most in-demand trumpeters on the professional circuit, Wallace Roney holds the distinction of being the only trumpet player the legendary Miles Davis ever personally mentored. Their association peaked in 1991 when Roney was chosen by Davis to share the stage at his historic performance in Montreux, Switzerland. He will discuss his career and creative process during a conversation moderated by Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music.


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11/11/14

Visiting Scholar Lecture with Leslie Ferrin: “Made in China: The New Export Ware”

Presented By Ceramics Program
Inspired by recent travels to China, Leslie Ferrin of Ferrin Contemporary presents “Made in China: The New Export Ware”, part of an on-going series of public programs featuring international contemporary ceramic artists re-contextualizing traditional Chinese export porcelain production methods and visual vocabulary independently or in conjunction with skilled Chinese artisans.
Filed Under: Visual Arts
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