How will you spend your time at ARTS FIRST? Blogger Truelian Lee '21 offers a few suggestions (and an invitation!). Harvard's annual festival takes place May 2-5 in and around Harvard Yard. All are welcome.
Sophocles' compelling Greek tragedy offers a view of bravery and justice. Director Lily Grob '22 talks about the production that goes up April 12-14 at Adams Pool and May 4 outdoors at Sever Quad during ARTS FIRST.
Musical theater composer Timothy Huang started writing because he wanted to change the “nature of representation” for Asians and Asian Americans. He's at Harvard this week working with the Asian Student Arts Project and the original musical The East Side.
Conducting an orchestra or ensemble is demanding. It also offers students deep and detailed exposure and experience to leadership qualities in the world of music. A roundup of Harvard students and professionals discuss their roles and reasons for pursuing the baton.
Isa Flores-Jones ’19 is a sometime citizen of Sacramento, California. She lives in the Dudley Co-op and writes for the features board of the Harvard Advocate. She studies History and Literature, with a focus on the intersection of American environmental and labor history.... Read more about Isa Flores-Jones ’19