In her most recent publication, Reimagining Capitalism in a World on Fire (Hachette/Public Affairs Books, 2020), Rebecca Henderson lays out a pragmatic roadmap for how business can be an engine of prosperity, while also being a system that is...Read more about Reimagining Capitalism in a World on Fire
Join members of the A.R.T. staff for curated conversations and interactive Q&A with Chanel DaSilva, Co-Founder and Artistic Director of MOVE|NYC| and Choreographer of MOBY-DICK and THE BLACK CLOWN, as she explores the process of making...Read more about The Lunch Room: Chanel DaSilva
Let's travel to beautiful Durango, Colorado to visit full-time studio potter Lorna Meaden. During this two-hour studio visit and demonstation, Lorna will focus on thrown forms such as beautiful pouring vessels and the more unexpected forms like juicers! Lorna will discuss her surface techniques of incising and embedding color to enhance her forms that are then fired in a wood/soda kiln.
Join members of the A.R.T. staff for a curated conversations and interactive Q&A with arts leader, director, choreographer, and playwright Michael J. Bobbitt talks about arts, activism, and what’s fresh at New Repertory Theatre, where he...Read more about The Lunch Room: Michael J. Bobbitt
Artists Marilyn Pappas and Jill Slosburg-Ackerman met at Radcliffe’s Bunting Institute in the 1980s. Decades later, their sustained friendship has led them to work in adjoining studios and teach generations of artists. In this exhibition-opening...Read more about Art Talk: Accompanied
An informal event where student musicians and music department faculty share performance projects-in-process. Professor Claire Chase hosts this variety event of virtual performances. Link will be available the...Read more about Throw Down