¡Festejemos jazz! April 30 is International Jazz Day—join us for this free concert featuring Grammy Award-nominated saxophonist/composer Yosvany Terry, Harvard’s Director of Jazz Ensembles, Senior Lecturer on Music and ”a leader among the current generation of Afro-Carribean jazz musicians in the United States” according to The New York Times.... Read more about ARTS FIRST: Jazz on the Plaza
The ARTS FIRST Origin Story you never knew you wanted to know!
Starring Dean Rakesh Khurana as the Fearless Rakeshules, Bringer of Art Sir Dean Thomas Dingman as the Celestial Soprano of the Gods The esteemed Gregory Mankiw, Titan The Reverend Jonathan Walton, Narrator Geneticist Pardis Sabeti as the Algorithmic Oracle with River Charles Ensemble | Hasty Pudding Theatricals | Harvard Ballet Company | Expressions Dance Company | Harvard-Radcliffe Veritones
Presented by: Office of the Arts and Harvard Common Spaces Admission: Free and open to the public. Harvard students: present Harvard ID for a free Club Passim membership Rain date: Thursday, September 22
Join us Friday, September 9, 3-6 pm, on the Science Center Plaza for an amazing afternoon of music presented by...
Presented By: Harvard University Committee on the Arts (HUCA) ADMISSION: Free and open to the public Runs: April 10-16 Part of the HUCA Spring 2016 series.
Ah humanity! is a large-scale audio-video installation by the artists Ernst Karel, Véréna Paravel, and Lucien Castaing-Taylor. The Harvard University Committee on the Arts is sponsoring this weeklong event, in which four channels of sound will be projected into the Plaza and a single channel of video onto the façade of the Science Center, every evening.... Read more about Ah humanity! An audio-video installation
In conjunction with our exhibition Corita Kent and the Language of Pop, we will welcome the national oral history project StoryCorps to record and preserve selected stories about Kent and her work.
Do you know Kent’s “rainbow swash” design on the gas tank along I-93, south of downtown Boston? That iconic monument looms large in the city’s imagination. Do you have a story about the tank? We want to hear from you. On September 4, 5, and 6, StoryCorps’ signature MobileBooth (an Airstream trailer) will be parked at Harvard’s Science Center plaza to record interviews with people from all walks of life.... Read more about StoryCorps at the Harvard Art Museums: Tell your story