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 email@example.com with your name, showtime, and desired number of tickets to reserve yours today!... Read more about Crystal’s
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.
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
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
Rose Kennedy Greenway, Summer St. near Atlantic Ave., Boston
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
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