Ethan Lasser, head of the Division of European and American Art and the Theodore E. Stebbins Jr. Curator of American Art, will give this gallery talk. The talk is part of a series about American art, which is intended for beginners, enthusiasts, and people who just like looking at art.
Amy Brauer, curator of the collection in the Division of Asian and Mediterranean Art, and Kate Smith, paintings conservator and head of the paintings lab in the Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, will give this gallery talk.
Matt Collins, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at Harvard, and James Yamada, senior design technologist at Certain Measures and tool developer at the Aga Khan Documentation Center at MIT, will give this gallery talk.
Danielle Carrabino, associate research curator in the Division of European and American Art, and Matt Collins, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at Harvard, will give this gallery talk.
Caitlin Dalton, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History of Art &Architecture at Boston University and contributor to the Inventur—Art in Germany, 1943–55 exhibition catalogue, will give today’s gallery talk.
Lynette Roth, head of the Division of Modern and Contemporary Art and the Daimler Curator of the Busch-Reisinger Museum, and Anne Schaffer, paintings conservation fellow in the Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, will give today’s gallery talk.
Presented by: Harvard Art Museums
Admission: Free with museums admission. This talk is limited to 15 people and tickets are required. Ten minutes before the talk, tickets will become available at the admissions desk.
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.
Johnson-Kulukundis Family Gallery of Byerly Hall at 8 Garden Street, Radcliffe Yard
Now on its fourth cycle, the Radcliffe Institute Public Art Competition has transformed Radcliffe Yard with bold, student-designed, site-specific installations. "Art in the Yard" showcases the remarkable student work generated in this biennial competition by presenting past winning designs alongside a behind-the-scenes look at design proposals submitted in this year’s competition.
In celebration of ARTS FIRST, the Harvard Art Museums are offering free admission on Saturday, April 28. Explore the collections of the Fogg, Busch-Reisinger, and Arthur M. Sackler Museums, take a tour with a student guide, and enjoy musical performances in the Calderwood Courtyard and Adolphus Busch Hall.