Repeats every week every Thursday until Tue Mar 01 2016 .
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Open to Harvard undergraduate and graduate violists and cellists. All applicants must be available for the Parker Quartet's April 17 concert in Paine Hall (8pm) and for rehearsals with the Parker two weeks prior. Applications due March 1, 2016. Finalists will be notified by the second week of March. Live audition callbacks will take place March 23 and 25, when finalists will be invited to play during a 20-minute rehearsal of the Tchaikovsky.
Introducing the first-ever Parker Quartet Guest Artist Award...
Johnson-Kulukundis Family Gallery, Byerly Hall, 8 Garden Street Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Presented By: Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study ADMISSION: This exhibition is free and open to the public and contains content that may not be appropriate for all visitors. Feb. 10, 2 PM: Fellow’s presentation by Philippe Grandrieux, lecture hall at the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, 24 Quincy St., followed by the exhibition opening at 5 PM. Exhibition runs Feb. 10-Mar. 12 Gallery Hours: 12-5 PM, Monday - Saturday (closed Sundays)
In this Radcliffe Institute exhibition, filmmaker Philippe Grandrieux presents three video installations from his series Unrest. White Epilepsy and Meurtrière are shown as a diptych, alongside a new single-channel video and a new triptych. Grandrieux strives for inventive, truly radical cinema. His first three full-feature films—Sombre (1999), La vie nouvelle (2002), and Un lac (2008)—demonstrate his exploration of image, sound, and narrative structures.... Read more about Unrest: Exhibition by Philippe Grandrieux
Ceramics Studio - 224 Western Avenue, Allston, MA 02134
Presented by Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard
The “Our Community Lectures” are an on-going series dedicated to celebrating scholars and organizations dedicated to the promotion of the study of craft mediums both locally and at the national level.
Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard’s Director of Education, Kathy King, also wears the hat of a “Penland Ambassador” and will present a lecture on the history and current opportunities for craft education, scholarship and residency at the Penland School of Crafts located in the mountains of North Carolina. King believes that much of her personal, artistic development was influenced by her experience with Penland initially as a work-study student, later as a studio assistant and, most recently, an instructor of two-week summer courses as well as an eight week, spring concentration.