Visual artist George Liu '20 dreamed of going to the Yale Norfolk School of Art for an artist residency this summer. He's now in a pre-Norfolk and post-Norfolk sensibility. What does post-Norfolk George look like? Read on.
You might see Marvit Merritt IV '20 around Harvard this weekend. He's the ARTS FIRST Festival intern, and he performs in The Danube, TDM's spring production. Both the festival and the show through May 5.
ARTS FIRST is a great way to take a break from studying -- and to see more arts than you can imagine in a four-day period. Our blogger has suggestions about what to see and how to spend your time at the festival that runs May 2-5 at Harvard.
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.