Student Public Art Projects (2017)

STUDENT PUBLIC ART PROJECTS IN HARVARD YARD

I Want to Say I’m Sorry Pt. 2 (1937)

April 27 – 30
Artist talk Saturday 2 pm
by Nina Luo ’17
LOCATION: Tercentenary Theatre

This archival and devotional memorial remembers Nanjing and challenges the homogenization of public memorials that blunts the intensity of grief.

Art of Residue

April 27 – 30
Artist talk Saturday 4 pm
by Yaqing Cai GSD ’17 & Haoxiang Yang GSD ’17
LOCATION: Next to The Memorial Church, on the Tercentenary Theatre side

Recycled frames of wood, plexiglass and paper board left over from the laser cutting process are reborn as art.

What’s Hanging Over Your Head?

April 27 – 30
Share your story with the artists on site and contribute to the artwork, Friday-Sunday 12-2 pm.
by GSD African American Student Union
LOCATION: Harvard Yard, in front of Holworthy and Stoughton

A constructed canopy prompts examination of the lived oppressions of everyday life.

What's Hanging Over Your Head?
Artist’s rendering of "What’s Hanging Over Your Head?"

These projects have been made possible with support from the Office for the Arts at Harvard's Public Art Program awards for ARTS FIRST