Freshmen Only: You Are Cordially Invited to “Harvard Night at the Symphony” ADMISSION FREE AND LIMITED TO 50 FRESHMEN. Sign up for Freshman who did not attend the previous “Harvard Night at the Symphony” begins on Thursday, November 12 at 2 PM. Remaining tickets will be distributed to freshmen who did attend previously beginning on Tuesday, November 17 at 2 PM. Sign up in person at the Office for the Arts, 74 Mt. Auburn St. (at Holyoke St.)
This series of free field trips throughout the academic year to attend concerts by the acclaimed Boston Symphony Orchestra at historic Symphony Hall is co-sponsored by the Freshman Dean’s Office “Through the Gates” program and the Office for the Arts at Harvard. Round-trip bus transportation will be provided, and the evening includes a pre-concert reception hosted by a BSO musician.
November 21 Concert: works by J.S. Bach, Berg and Shostakovich, featuring Andris Nelsons, conductor, and Isabelle Faust, violin.
Learn new creative skills and connect with friends, colleagues, and artists and while staying home! Ceramics Program Spring 2021 classes will be held online via Zoom, and registration is open to anyone 18+, anywhere in the world. From hand building, flameware, sculpting from observation, bookmaking, experimental photography on clay, glaze chemistry, tile design, and more, these courses provide opportunities for creative exploration and building community from wherever you are, whether you are working from your kitchen table or full home studio. Visit: https://ofa.fas.harvard.edu/ceramics/... Read more about Ceramics Program Spring 2021 Online Classes start
The Arts & Culture in Public Life Symposium is hosted by the Arts & Culture in Public Life Caucus, a student organization of Harvard Kennedy School. The event will bring together high profile art leaders and policy makers to...
A performance of art songs featuring works by female composers across eras and oceans, the Harvard College Opera presents an acoustic exploration of friendship, feminism, and resilience inspired by the...Read more about Nevertheless, She Persisted
This talk is part of a series investigating power dynamics in artworks across the collections. Public images of rulers serve as potent symbols of power and propaganda. In ancient Rome, tyrannical emperors were deposed and assassinated, their...Read more about Art Talk Live: Erased!
Join the Peabody's Trish Capone and current Harvard student Nam Hyun Kim as they talk about the objects they have found and the larger history of what has been uncovered in this long-standing dig on campus. Free for members of the Harvard Museums...Read more about Digging Harvard