Menschel Hall, Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Gropius Memory Palace (2017) is a portrait of the Fagus Factory in Alfeld, Germany, one of the earliest designs of Bauhaus architect Walter Gropius. The Fagus Factory opened in 1913 and remains in operation, continuing to make...Read more about Film: Gropius Memory Palace
Farkas Hall, Room 203, 12 Holyoke Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Theater, Dance & Media presents The Rest I Make Up, a documentary on Cuban-American avant garde playwright and director María Irene Fornés, directed by Michelle Memran. Following the screening will be a...
Presented by: The Office for the Arts at Harvard and Houghton Library
Recent controversies over cross-cultural and non-traditional casting in theater and film have highlighted continuing inequalities and challenges with regard to representation. Recasting the Borders:...
Robert Kraft '76 talks about his dream to be a songwriter, about his Hollywood career and about Score, the documentary he produced about the music behind films. It will be screened Nov. 8 at the Carpenter Center.
Presented by: HGSE Arts in Education program Tickets: Admission Free: No Tickets Required
A screening and discussion of videos made by high school students at the Margarita Muñiz Academy—moderated by AIE student Anneke Reich, in collaboration with The Uncomfortable Conversation (an organization dedicated to normalizing conversations around consent, sexual violence, and relationships) and her theater collective, Artists' Theater of Boston.
Screen the Disney/ Pixar animated fantasy feature Coco while eating Mexican desserts – and meeting Academy Award-winning producer Darla Anderson, who will be in conversation with Marcela Davison Aviles ’80. The event, hosted in partnership with Harvard’s FDR Foundation and Adams House, will also celebrate...
Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard 224 Western Ave, Allston MA 02134
Presented by: Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard
Betsy Redelman is a potter, filmmaker, writer and educator with a socially engaged and research-based practice. Her work explores the intersections between critical pedagogy, intersectional feminism, and craft, often manifesting in the form of collaborative projects, utilitarian ceramics, and public forums. Redelman is an instructor of Ceramics at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, and a member of the staff at the Harvard Ceramics Program. She holds an MFA in Craft Studies from Oregon College of Art & Craft, and a BA in International Studies from Loyola University Chicago.... Read more about New Voices Lecture with Betsy Redelman
This evening’s program will feature eight short films produced in the Direct Animation & Cameraless Filmmaking Materials Lab Workshops this spring. The workshops were offered in conjunction with our current special exhibition, Inventur—Art in Germany, 1943–55, on view through June 3, 2018.