Presented by: HIVE, HGSE Dean's Office, Black Student Union, Dean's Diversity & Innovation Fund, HGSE Cohorts: Arts in Education, International Education Policy, Education Policy and Management, Technology Innovation and Education, School Leadership, Learning and Teaching Admission: Free and open to the public More information>
What could Harvard psychologist Sam Gershman and the classically-trained New England Conservatory (NEC) graduates who comprise Project LENS possibly have to talk about? A lot, as it turns out. Join us at the Harvard Ed Portal to watch them explore fear conditioning, causal models, and animal behavior.... Read more about Of Mice and Musicians: Model-Making in Life and Music
Presented By: Harvard University Committee on the Arts (HUCA) and the Harvard Center for African Studies in association with American Repertory Theater; the Division of Social Sciences, FAS; Harvard Dance Center; Hutchins Center for African & African American Research; Harvard Law School; Mahindra Humanities Center; Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study; and the Theater, Dance & Media Concentration at Harvard University. Tickets: A.R.T. box office Runs: April 15-17 Part of the HUCA Spring 2016 series.
HEAR WORD! is a powerful piece of performance art that combines artistry, social commentary, and true-life stories of inequality and transformation, delivered by some of Nigeria’s most talented actresses. The stories are based on real issues affecting the lives of women across Nigeria and examine the factors that limit their potential for independence, leadership, and meaningful contribution. HEAR WORD! bravely examines the cultural and societal norms that oppress and limit African women as it invites women to break the cultureof silence, unite, challenge the status quo, and create solutions.... Read more about HEAR WORD! Naija Woman Talk True
Presented by: Learning From Performers Admission: Free and open to the public (tickets/RSVPs not required); seating first-come, first-served, subject to venue capacity.
New York Voices—comprising Peter Eldridge, Lauren Kinham, Darmon Meader and Kim Nazarian—are known for their close-knit vocals, inspired arrangements and unparalleled vocal blend. Their chameleon-like musicianship allows them to move seamlessly from setting to setting, be it orchestral and big band to an intimate trio line-up. With deep interests rooted in jazz, Brazilian, R&B, classical, and pop, their music mixes traditional sensibilities with more than a dash of the unexpected. Like the great jazz vocal groups that have come before—Lambert, Hendricks and Ross, Singers Unlimited, and The Manhattan Transfer—they are firmly a part of that legacy and are dedicated to passing it on to generations to come. They will lead a master class with Harvard undergraduate singers, co-sponsored by Harvard’s vocal harmony group VoxJazz.... Read more about a master class with NEW YORK VOICES
Presented by: Learning From Performers ADMISSION: Free and open to the public (tickets or RSVPs not required); seating first-come, first-served subject to venue capacity. VENUE: Farkas Hall Studio, 10-12 Holyoke St.
Brian Lowdermilk is a musical theater composer whose work is “dynamic and diverse, appealing to many facets of human emotion” (Catherine Duffy, Bargain Theatreland, UK). His songs—many with lyrics by his writing partner, Kait Kerrigan—have been recorded and performed internationally, and Lowdermilk-Kerrigan’s musicals have been produced and developed at the Kimmel Center (Philadelphia), Goodspeed’s Norma Terris Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, ASCAP/Disney Workshop, Manhattan Theatre Club and Primary Stages, among other regional theaters, festivals and venues. He will conduct a master class with Harvard undergraduate performers.... Read more about a master class with composer BRIAN LOWDERMILK