Events

    2018 May 21

    Photography as Performance: A Conversation with John Schabel and Gary Schneider

    6:00pm

    Location: 

    Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy Street

    To mark the opening of the exhibition Analog Culture: Printer’s Proofs from the Schneider/Erdman Photography Lab, 1981–2001 (May 19–August 12, 2018), the Harvard Art Museums will present a conversation between artist John Schabel and printer and artist Gary Schneider.

    Presented by: Harvard Art Museums... Read more about Photography as Performance: A Conversation with John Schabel and Gary Schneider

    2018 Mar 06

    Hollywood 101: How to Break into Film, TV, Agenting, Management, and More - Mar. 6

    4:00pm to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    OCS, 54 Dunster St

    Wondering how to get your first job in Hollywood? Join us for a discussion with alum and Harvardwood 101 Director Amit Samuel on the ins and outs, dos and don'ts, and how to leverage the Harvard network to get your foot in the door. Come with your questions!

    Presented by Office of Career Services
    ADMISSION: Free; open to Harvard students only. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND...

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    2018 Feb 26

    American Modern Opera Company (AMOC): Living as an Artist

    4:00pm to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    OCS, 54 Dunster St

    Wondering what it's like to build and live an intentional life as an artist? Join us for this conversation with AMOC alums Matthew Aucoin '12 (artistic director and composer), Jennifer Chen '11 (managing director), Keir GoGwilt '13 (violinist), and Davóne Tines '10 (vocalist) about creating and living a life in the arts that generates new and interdisciplinary ideas and invites connection and response. 

    Presented by Office for the Arts and Office of Career Services
    ADMISSION: Free; open to Harvard students only....

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    2018 Feb 08

    CCVA Screening and Talk: Lynn Hershman Leeson

    6:00pm

    Location: 

    Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Level 0, Lecture Hall, 24 Quincy St.

    Over the last four decades, artist and filmmaker Lynn Hershman Leeson has been internationally acclaimed for her art and films. Hershman Leeson presents her feature film Teknolust (2002, 85 min.) and a short film VertiGhost (2017, 13 min.). Following the screenings, will be a conversation with the artist and David Levine, Professor of the Practice in the Theater, Dance & Media Department.

    Presented byCarpenter Center for the Visual Arts... Read more about CCVA Screening and Talk: Lynn Hershman Leeson

    2017 Nov 30

    Seminar with filmmaker Blake Farber - Nov. 30

    6:00pm to 7:00pm

    Location: 

    Adams House Pool Theatre

    Come hear Blake Farber, NYC-based self-taught filmmaker, talk about his adventures working with Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Nike, Rayban, the Olympics and the experience of having the building he was using in Brazil to shoot a music video taken over by 20 armed gunmen.

    Presented by: Avanti Nagral '20
    Admission: Free and open to all, space is limited. RSVP via this link... Read more about Seminar with filmmaker Blake Farber - Nov. 30

    2017 Nov 30

    a master class with KAITLIN HOPKINS and PAIGE PRICE

    3:00pm to 6:15pm

    Location: 

    Winthrop House Junior Common Room

    Broadway performer Paige Price
    Paige Price
    Broadway and TV/screen performer Kaitlin Hopkins
    Kaitlin Hopkins
    Harvard student actors, affiliates and the public are invited to engage with industry professionals Kaitlin Hopkins and Paige Price in a daylong residency on Nov. 30 which includes a master class with 10 musical theater students, a primer on wellness practices and a Q&A on the “Biz of the Biz.” Accompaniment by Liz Kantor ‘18. Reception to follow.

    Presented by: Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club, Harvard Office for Career Services and the Office for the Arts Learning from Performers Program
    Admission: Free and open to all
    Read In your corner, an interview with Hopkins and Price on the Harvard Arts Blog... Read more about a master class with KAITLIN HOPKINS and PAIGE PRICE

    2017 Nov 20

    Film: Earth

    6:00pm to 8:00pm

    Location: 

    Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St

    Join us for a screening of Deepa Mehta’s Earth (1998; 110 min.), the third and final film in her acclaimed Elemental trilogy. Filmmaker Deepa Mehta will offer introductory remarks and will participate in a conversation with Jinah Kim, the Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of History of Art and Architecture, after the film.

    Presented by: Harvard Art Museums... Read more about Film: Earth

    2017 Nov 08

    A conversation and clinic with Jeff “Tain” Watts, moderated by Bill Zildjian

    5:00pm to 6:30pm

    Location: 

    Leverett House Library Theater, 11 Mill St. (between Plympton & DeWolfe Streets)

    drummer, composer and Grammy Award-winner Jeff “Tain” WattsA conversation and clinic with drummer, composer and Grammy Award-winner Jeff “Tain” Watts, moderated by Bill Zildjian, with live music provided by Harvard student jazz musicians.

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    2017 Nov 08

    Comedy: Building a Foundation for Your Comedy Career - 11/8

    4:00pm to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    OCS, 54 Dunster St

    Presented byOffice of Career Services
    For Harvard Undergraduates only. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND 

    Wondering about the comedy scene in Boston, and how to use it to build a foundation for your comedy career? Join us for a discussion with local comedy power-houses on why and how doing comedy in Boston can be a great springboard for your next steps in comedy, whether as a stand-up, improv...

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    2017 Nov 03

    Post-performance discussion with Hanane Hajj-Ali, playwright of JOGGING

    9:00pm

    Location: 

    Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle St

    Hanane Hajj AliOn her daily jogging route through Beirut, Lebanon, playwright, actor and cultural activist Hanane Hajj Ali began to take notes. She started jogging as exercise – to avoid stress and fend off osteoporosis. Along the way, she began to see the streets of her city with new eyes. As she considered the city’s history of building and destruction through war, she thought about her roles of woman, wife and mother. She examined her dreams and desires. And she thought about Medea. 

    Presented by: Learning from Performers program, in partnership with Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club and in collaboration with Harvard University's Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations... Read more about Post-performance discussion with Hanane Hajj-Ali, playwright of JOGGING

    2017 Nov 02

    LFP Conversation with Hanane Hajj Ali

    4:00pm

    Location: 

    Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle St.

    Hanane Hajj-Ali. PHOTO: Nora AwsabeOn her daily jogging route through Beirut, Lebanon, playwright, actor and cultural activist Hanane Hajj Ali began to take notes. She started jogging as exercise – to avoid stress and fend off osteoporosis. Along the way, she began to see the streets of her city with new eyes. As she considered the city’s history of building and destruction through war, she thought about her roles of woman, wife and mother. She examined her dreams and desires. And she thought about Medea. 

    Presented by: Learning from Performers program, in partnership with Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club and in collaboration with Harvard University's Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations... Read more about LFP Conversation with Hanane Hajj Ali

    2017 Nov 01

    Reviving and Reimagining 'The Black Crook': A Lecture and Performance by Joshua William Gelb

    5:30pm

    Location: 

    Houghton Library, Edison and Newman Room

    Join Joshua William Gelb, director and adaptor of a recent revival of The Black Crook, considered by many to be the first American musical, for a lively exploration of the mythology, scandal, and tragedy of this legendary production.

    Presented by: The Harvard Theatre Collection at Houghton Library and Theater, Dance & Media... Read more about Reviving and Reimagining 'The Black Crook': A Lecture and Performance by Joshua William Gelb

    2017 Oct 25

    The Words To Say It: Teaching, Writing, and Incarceration, a discussion with Richard Price

    6:00pm

    Location: 

    Room 210, Emerson Hall

    A discussion with novelist and Emmy-nominated screenwriter Richard Price, Harvard School of Education Urban Scholar and teacher in CASES’ HSE program Edyson Julio, and author and legal scholar Michelle Kuo, moderated by novelist Claire Messud.

    Presented by: Mahindra Humanities Center at Harvard... Read more about The Words To Say It: Teaching, Writing, and Incarceration, a discussion with Richard Price

    2017 Oct 25

    A conversation and visual journey with muralist Paul Deo

    4:00pm

    Location: 

    Leverett House Library Theater, 28 Dewolfe St.

    muralist Paul DeoDuring his visit on October 25, Paul Deo will talk about the history of murals and present his work during a jointly hosted LFP and Harvard Ed Portal conversation that is open to everyone. The event will be moderated by local artist and Harvard University Extension School student Charity Everett

    Presented by: Learning From Performers... Read more about A conversation and visual journey with muralist Paul Deo

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