Susan S. and Kenneth L. Wallach Garden in Radcliffe Yard
Presented by: Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Students currently enrolled in a Harvard degree program may register to participate in cycle 3 of the Radcliffe Institute Public Art Competition. DEADLINE for competition registration: Friday, December 11, 2015. Submissions of final projects due: Friday, January 29, 2016. The registration deadline for an associated wintersession workshop, Designing for Public Space, is also December 11, 2015. Questions? Email email@example.com or call 617-495-8185.
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, 24 Quincy St.
Presented by: The Department of Visual and Environmental Studies, The Department of The History of Science, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, and the Harvard Film Archive. Free; tickets required. Tickets will be available at the CCVA box office beginning at 6:45 on the day of the show. The screening will be followed by a reception in the Main Gallery of the Carpenter Center. ...
Menschel Hall, Lower Level, Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St
Presented by: Harvard Art Museums Free admission. Please enter the museums via the entrance on Broadway.
At this compelling performance-lecture, members of the ESTAR (SER) research consortium will explore the group of mysterious documents known as the “Nachtigall Convolute”—ambiguous but remarkable materials that appear to detail the strange activities of an intimate sodality of scholars, artists, and intellectuals based in Istanbul in the early 1940s. Willing attendees will have an opportunity to experiment with the techniques of “figuration” that seem to be at issue in these puzzling sources.... Read more about The Nachtigall Convolute: Metempsychotic Figuration and the Matter of Lost Objects
Presented by: Center for Public Leadership – Harvard Kennedy School
Free; Refreshments provided. RSVP required. Open to the Harvard community.
The current Creative Chair of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, John Adams is one of world's preeminent and most-performed contemporary composers. His works have been celebrated by every major orchestra in the United States as well as orchestras throughout Europe, Asia, and Australia; his historical and politically-rooted operas, including The Death of Klinghoffer and Nixon in China are among the most controversial and frequently-produced of any living composer.