Past Events

  • 2015 Oct 01

    Crystal’s

    Repeats every day until Sat Oct 03 2015 except Mon Sep 28 2015, Tue Sep 29 2015, Wed Sep 30 2015.
    7:30pm

    Location: 

    Loeb Experimental Theater, 64 Brattle St.

    Presented by: Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club
    Tickets: Free. Email crystalsintheex@gmail.com with your name, showtime, and desired number of tickets to reserve yours today!
    How to get tickets: Email crystalsintheex@gmail.com with your name, showtime, and desired number of tickets to reserve yours today!
    Show runs 9/25-27 & 10/1-3

    Crystal’s follows four exotic dancers and one dancer’s teenage son as the fragile framework holding all of them together slowly splinters. After one of them flees, their world is thrown into chaos as each of them is forced to question the foundations of their identity. Their manager, however, discovers new freedom in the club, a discovery that may have dire consequences for everyone else. Email crystalsintheex@gmail.com with your name, showtime, and desired number of tickets to reserve yours today!... Read more about Crystal’s

  • 2015 Oct 01

    Josiah McElheny: Two Walking Mirrors for the Carpenter Center

    Repeats every week every Thursday until Thu Oct 22 2015 except Thu Oct 08 2015, Thu Oct 15 2015. Also includes Tue Sep 22 2015.
    5:00pm

    Location: 

    Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, 24 Quincy St, Cambridge, Level 1

    Performances: Thu, Oct 1, 5 pm; reception to follow. Additional performances: Oct. 20-24 (see below for times). The performances are between 15 and 30 minutes in duration.
    Exhibition and additional performances through Oct 25.
    Presented by: Carpenter Center

    Two Walking Mirrors for the Carpenter Center features two five-foot-high sculptures made of cedar and mirror sited individually on separate pedestals. Each sculpture is made of two parallel rectilinear panels with full-length mirrors in which viewers catch their reflections.... Read more about Josiah McElheny: Two Walking Mirrors for the Carpenter Center

  • 2015 Oct 01

    Tips from Harvardwood: Leveraging the Harvard Network to Break into Entertainment

    12:00pm to 1:00pm

    Location: 

    OCS Reading Room, 54 Dunster St, Cambridge

    Presented by: Office of Career Services
    For Harvard Undergraduates only. Please RSVP through Harvardwood.

    Interested in working in the entertainment industry? Find out how Harvardwood and its resources can help you land an internship, forge industry connections, and find that first job. Learn about the Harvardwood 101 industry bootcamp and the Harvardwood Summer Internship program, and hear from recent summer "showbiz" interns about their experience.... Read more about Tips from Harvardwood: Leveraging the Harvard Network to Break into Entertainment

  • 2015 Sep 30

    A for Art, B for Books, C for Crane: Philip and Frances Hofer Lecture by Francesca Tancini

    5:30pm

    Location: 

    Lamont Library, Forum Room

    Walter Crane, Lionel His Book. Houghton Library  Typ 8302.89.50. The Caroline Miller Parker Collection of Works by Walter CranePresented by: Harvard College Library
    Followed by a reception and exhibition viewing at Edison and Newman Room, Houghton Library
    Related event: Opening reception for The World of Walter Crane: September 30, 6:30 p.m.

    Walter Crane (1845-1915), the great Victorian artist and illustrator, was praised during his lifetime but afterwards soon forgotten. In the centennial year of his death, Francesca Tancini outlines the life and work of this outstanding figure, drawing on the resources of the Caroline Miller Parker Collection of Works by Walter Crane at Houghton Library and emphasizing the importance of this extraordinary collection.... Read more about A for Art, B for Books, C for Crane: Philip and Frances Hofer Lecture by Francesca Tancini

  • 2015 Sep 29

    An Evening with Rebecca Skloot

    5:00pm

    Location: 

    Knafel Center, 10 Garden Street, Cambridge

    Rebecca SklootPresented by: Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
    Free and open to the public. Register here.

    Rebecca Skloot is author of the award-winning book, "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks." Part detective story, part scientific odyssey, and part family saga, the story’s multilayered approach raises questions about race, class, and bioethics in America. At this event, Skloot will speak about the book and her path to writing it. She is currently working on her next book, which will be about humans, animals, science, and ethics.... Read more about An Evening with Rebecca Skloot

  • 2015 Sep 29

    visual artist JANET ECHELMAN

    Registration Closed 4:00pm to 5:30pm

    Location: 

    Rose Kennedy Greenway, Summer St. near Atlantic Ave., Boston

    “As If It Were Already Here” Presented by Learning from Performers
    ADMISSION: Free and limited to Harvard affiliates only. Please RSVP below at "Sign up for this event"; for more information email Program Director Thomas Lee.

    Creator of numerous public art projects, Echelman will lead a site visit to her latest creation, “As If It Were Already Here,” a 600-foot sculpture reconnecting downtown Boston to the waterfront at the head of the Rose Kennedy Greenway on Summer St. near Atlantic Ave. in the vicinity of South Station. Accompanying Echelman will be Greenway public art curator Lucas Cowan and project manager Laura Jasinski.... Read more about visual artist JANET ECHELMAN

  • 2015 Sep 29

    Another Sky (matinee)

    Repeats every day, 2 times .
    3:00pm

    Location: 

    Adams House Pool Theatre

    Presented by: Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club
    Tickets: Free.
    How to get tickets: Email anotherskyinthepool@gmail.com with your name, showtime, and desired number of tickets to reserve yours today!

    Written by Mike Skerrett ’18
    Directed by Adam Wong ’17
    Produced by Rachel Talamo ’18 & Gita Abhiraman ’18

    Intermission: No
    Runtime: 85 minutes

    When Olive and G.R., two scientists studying extraterrestrial life, get the chance to travel thirteen light-years to another planet, it seems like their dream job....

    Read more about Another Sky (matinee)
  • 2015 Sep 29

    Exhibition: Karel Martens: Monoprints

    Tue Sep 29 (All day) to Mon Nov 23 (All day)

    Location: 

    Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, 24 Quincy St, Cambridge, Level 0, Display Case

    Exhibition: through Nov. 23.
    Presented by: Carpenter Center

    When Karel Martens began studying art in Holland in the late 1950s, "graphic design" did not even exist as its own course of study. Today, he is widely recognized as one of the most important practitioners of that very discipline, with an esteemed client list that includes major publishers, architects, and institutions.... Read more about Exhibition: Karel Martens: Monoprints

  • 2015 Sep 28

    Film MFA / Film Professional in Residence: Jan Schuette, Film Director and Dean of AFI Conservatory - Career Chat

    4:00pm to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    OCS Reading Room, 54 Dunster St, Cambridge

    Presented by: Office of Career Services
    For Harvard Undergraduates only. Please register through Crimson Careers.

    Thinking about a film M.F.A., but not sure if it's the right decision? Or, maybe you're sure it's the right decision, but are trying to decide on timing? Confused about how to choose the best program? Attend this Professional in Residence discussion with Jan Schuette, Film Director and Dean of AFI Conservatory, and get these questions (and more!) answered. Mr. Schuette will also discuss the film industry from his perspective as a director.... Read more about Film MFA / Film Professional in Residence: Jan Schuette, Film Director and Dean of AFI Conservatory - Career Chat

  • 2015 Sep 28

    Mobile Bodies, a dissertation defense

    4:00pm

    Location: 

    Tozzer Anthropology Building, Atrium and Room 203, 21 Divinity Ave

    Harvard Department of AnthropologyPresented by: Harvard Anthropology Department
    Admission Free: No Tickets Required

    Please join the Social Anthropology department for a doctoral dissertation oral defense by Sharon Freda Kivenko: "Mobile Bodies: Migration, Performance and Social Belonging in Malian Dance".

    It will begin with a prelude performance that will lead into a formal oral presentation and discussion.... Read more about Mobile Bodies, a dissertation defense

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