Barry Jenkins' newest film If Beale Street Could Talk inspires one student to think more deeply about Black mythology, Black giants and the power of storytelling. The film opens nationally on December 14.
Ashley Tata hopes her mixed media adaptation of Weimar-era creativity will teach students about art making and offer audience members an emotional experience that resonates beyond an hour. The TDM show s.i.n.s.o.f.u.s. runs Dec. 6-9 at Farkas Hall.
Robert Kraft '76 talks about his dream to be a songwriter, about his Hollywood career and about Score, the documentary he produced about the music behind films. It will be screened Nov. 8 at the Carpenter Center.
Kiran Gandhi HBS ’15 is a drummer, activist and entrepreneur who has played with M.I.A., Kehlani, Thievery Corporation and others. She visited Harvard to share her story and her experiences in the music industry.
For an Office for the Arts Ceramics Program exhibition, modern artists respond to ancient artifacts. In conjunction with an exhibition at Harvard Art Museums, the new ceramics creations offer insights, commentary and reflections to viewers.
HRDC mounts a production of Chicago, the crime-and-comedy musical with a mobster mentality and a jazz soundtrack. Music director Robert Capodilupo ‘19 talks about the history and the show which runs Oct. 19-27.
Distracted by the world around her, a writer returns to a tender place to reset her intentions. And it works. She also reflects on what it felt like to be among like-minded creatives at a writing institute.
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