Presented by:Learning From Performers ADMISSION: Currently we are no longer accepting RSVPs for this event. However, please be advised that a limited number of seats may become available at the door beginning at 2:45 pm.
Seating is first-come, first-served, subject to venue capacity, and cannot be guaranteed after 2:45 PM. Venue is accessible; patrons requiring wheelchair access should email firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, January 28.
Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal, the stars of the iconic, Harvard-based 1970 film “Love Story” and currently co-starring in the national tour of A.R. Gurney’s acclaimed play “Love Letters,” will discuss their careers during a conversation moderated by arts journalist Alicia Anstead, former fellow at Harvard’s Nieman Foundation for Journalism.… Read more about a conversation with actors ALI MacGRAW and RYAN O’NEAL
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, 24 Quincy St.
Presented by: The Department of Visual and Environmental Studies, The Department of The History of Science, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, and the Harvard Film Archive. Free; tickets required. Tickets will be available at the CCVA box office beginning at 6:45 on the day of the show. The screening will be followed by a reception in the Main Gallery of the Carpenter Center. More information on the film… Read more about Containment movie screening
The Ed Portal welcomes Harvard PhD. candidate Eva Payne, who will give a talk on Corita Kent's work and on her experience curating Corita Kent-themed exhibitions at Radcliffe Institute's Schlesinger Library and at the Harvard Art Museums. The event will also feature the screening of a short film documenting Kent's process that was restored for the Harvard Art Museums’ exhibition. You’ll also have the chance to learn up close about the technique of silk screening with local silkscreen artist Dave Tree, whose work is connected to the themes and technique Corita Kent often explored.… Read more about Corita Kent: Behind the Scenes
Presented by:Office for the Arts in association with the Harvard Alumni Association Registration required. Register on the Wintersession registration page. Admission Free: No Tickets Required; free and open to all Harvard affiliates and the public.
Presented by:Office for the Arts in association with the Harvard Alumni Association Admission Free: No Tickets Required; free and open to all Harvard affiliates and the public. Registration is closed and event is at capacity, but some seating may be available at the door starting 15 minutes prior to start time. Admission first come, first served, subject to venue capacity. Read "Liberal arts poster child" on the Harvard Arts Blog>
Presented by:Office for the Arts in association with the Harvard Alumni Association Admission Free: No Tickets Required; free and open to all Harvard affiliates and the public. Registration is closed, but some seating may be available at the door starting 15 minutes prior to start time. Admission first come, first served, subject to venue capacity.
The Boston Latino International Film Festival (BLIFF) aims to present the latest films produced by Latinos and the latest films dealing pertaining to social issues of Latino communities in the US and Latin America. All films are subtitled in… Read more about Boston Latino International Film Festival
Poster Girl is an Oscar-nominated documentary based on the story of a female Iraq War veteran facing PTSD and the challenges of the VA system when she returns home. With the help of a disabled Vietnam Veteran who volunteers his time as a Veterans' Service Officer, she learns to overcome her psychological wounds and challenges posed by the VA system.… Read more about Poster Girl Film Screening & Panel