Nora Vaillant curator, art historian and writer Mark Pharis artist, teacher and writer Mary Barringer artist, editor and writer
This panel will explore Warren and John’s unique friendship and the shared philosophy of these mingei ceramic legends. Warren and John were contemporaries and good friends, working at the Leach Pottery at different times and together in the US and England. Warren on John: “We were both seeking our own language. We shared the idea that pots should be made easily and quickly; they should not be elaborate things. We didn’t have to explain ourselves to one another.”
Menschel Hall, Lower Level, Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St
Presented by: Harvard Art Museums Admission: Free admission, but tickets are required. Tickets will be distributed on the Lower Level beginning at 5 pm. One ticket per person. Seating will begin at 5:30 pm. After capacity is reached, additional seating in nearby Deknatel Hall will be available to view the lecture via simulcast. Please note: The museums will remain open until 9 pm. The lecture will take place from 6 to 7:30pm in Menschel Hall, Lower Level. Lecture attendees are invited to return to the galleries after the discussion, as well as to enjoy a reception in the Calderwood Courtyard. More information
Sanders Theatre, Memorial Hall, 45 Quincy Street, Cambridge
Presented by: Annals of Improbable Research Ticket Prices: Ig Glorious: $150*; Full Price: $75, $65, $55, $35; Discounts: $5 off for students. *Ig Glorious tickets included the following: an Ig Nobel poster, signed by at least one Ig Nobel winner. A vintage issue of the Annals of Improbable Research. A photo taken at the Ig Nobel lectern on stage (before or after the ceremony, at the discretion of the Stage Manager). Access to our Ig Glorious Liaison, a staff member assigned to the “Ig
Calling all artists, creatives, and cultural workers living or working in Allston-Brighton! Come to the Harvard Ed Portal for a night of mingling over food and drinks while you learn about opportunities in the neighborhood and across the city. Network with other artists and add your voice to the conversation about
Presented by: Holden Voice Program Admission: email Program Director Liz Eschen at email@example.com to sign up for the workshop. There is no cost to attend; a yoga mat and loose clothing are required.
Stress is an inevitable part of life. Your reaction to it doesn’t have to be!
Sponsored by the Holden Voice Program, this yoga-based workshop focuses on the breath, our most efficient and effective way of bringing balance to the nervous system, allowing us to shift how we respond to stress. Over two hours we will weave
Presented by: Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Tickets: Admission is free. Tickets required. 2 Tickets per person. Tickets Valid until 7:45PM. How to get tickets:The Harvard Box Office 617-496-2222
Modeled on the annual ESPN Sportsperson of the Year ceremonies, the HESPYs seek to bring together all members of the Harvard community in celebration of the school’s athletic achievements over the past year.
Award categories include Male and Female Athletes of the Year by
A panel with Sharon Katz (Director of Peace Train Movement, South Africa), Patricia Zarate (Executive Director, Panama Jazz Festival and Danilo Perez Foundation, Panama), and Maria Elena Gratereaux (President of FEDUJAZZ, Dominican Republic).
These musicians and leaders share a rich history utilizing music across the world in order to address educational inequities, child poverty, and intolerance of differences. They dedicated their art to social justice reform and will share their projects in order to engage students and professionals across programs and interests who share a
Wasserstein Hall (1585 Massachusetts Ave) and Pound Hall (1563 Massachusetts Ave), Cambridge, MA
Harvard Law's Committee for Sports and Entertainment Law and Recording Artists Project's entetainment law symposium. It will run from 9:15 to 3:30. There are 4 panels (TV/Film, Fine Arts, Music, Careers) and a free lunch scheduled.
Presented by: Harvard Ed Portal Admission: Tickets are free. Visit edportal.harvard.edu/event/trembling-g-d-film-screening to get your tickets. Part of the the 2016-17 LGBTQ-themed documentary film screening series organized by Harvard's Office of the Assistant to the President for Institutional Diversity and Equity