A spectacle of epic proportions! Sophocles’ Antigone will feature a new theatrical score performed by a small army of chorus members, a dynamic set that breathes with the action, and undergraduate, faculty and professional actors, who will launch this ancient script into the heart of...
Presented by: Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard
We are honored to welcome UK potter, Walter Keeler, back to the Ceramics Program for a workshop dedicated to long-time Ceramics Program staff member and friend of Keeler - Terry Hass. Keeler stated, "I love giving workshops, but this one is very special, it is for Terry - loved by all of us - and will celebrate her love of making pottery, her warmth and generosity of spirit." All proceeds from the event will go to fund scholarships to the Ceramics Program in Terry's name. ... Read more about Visiting Artist Workshop with Walter Keeler
Join us in welcoming California-based sculptor Michelle Gregor to the Ceramics Program for an evening demonstration and slide lecture. Gregor will lead students in sculpting the human figure in clay with a live process demonstration, improvisational exercises, and a slide presentation. Participants will learn the construction techniques to help push past the common stumbling blocks of proportion, movement, and balance in constructing the human figure. All skill levels welcome.
In this talk, S. Hollis Clayson, the Bergen Evans Professor in the Humanities at Northwestern University, will investigate connections between the landlocked lighthouse’s illuminations, visibility, and reception. A key question Clayson will ask is: did the tower’s much-debated visual prominence, in both daylight and illuminated darkness, add up to inescapability in Barthes’ first sense?
Arturo O’Farrill, the six-time Grammy Award-winning pianist, composer, educator and founder and artistic director of the Afro Latin Jazz Alliance, visits Harvard to workshop his latest project Little Tiny Walls. A panel discussion with O’Farrill, Cornel West, Roberto G. Gonzales and other will follow -- on how art and politics interact around issues of immigration policy, identity and the undocumented in America.
Menschel Hall, Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy Street
Renan Koen, a famous Turkish-Jewish pianist, will be playing select pieces from her album Holocaust Remembrance "Before Sleep", pieces by composers who continued to compose in the Theresienstadt Concentration Camp during World War II.
The Multicultural Arts Center brings together people from all around New England to celebrate the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through Joyful Noise, our annual Gospel concert with the Harlem Gospel Choir.
Kudiyattam is the last living performance tradition of Sanskrit theater in the world. Recognized by Unesco as preserving "masterpieces of the oral and intangible heritage of humanity," this visually powerful tradition is performed by the troupe Nepathya, from central Kerala in South India.
Presented by: Music Department Admission: Free and open to everyone. No tickets are required; first come, first seated. For more information: email@example.com or call 617-495-...
Ceramics Program, 224 Western Avenue, Allston, MA 02134
Presented by: Ceramics Program
State of Clay: Bay Area Ceramicsby Nancy M. Servis
This lecture is free and open to the public, but seats are limited. To register, please RSVP here or email Kathy King, Director of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From pottery to sculptural expression, Nancy M. Servis unveils the dynamic variety of ceramics found in Northern California. Long recognized as a vital and populous state with extensive clay deposits, California has been the home of refined vessel-makers and artistic rule-breakers for over 75 years, particularly in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her image-illustrated presentation, State of Clay: Bay Area Ceramics contextualizes clay's extensive use that includes stylistic architecture in Oakland, impassioned potters like... Read more about Visiting Scholar Lecture with Nancy M. Servis
Presented by: Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) African American Student Union Dates: Friday, October 6, 4–8 PM; Saturday, October 7, 8:45 AM–9 PM; Sunday, October 8, 9 AM-1:30 PM Get tickets More information: visit the conference website