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: Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) Tickets: Admission is free. Ticketed Event. Limit of 2 tickets per person. IN PERSON TICKET DISTRIBUTION ONLY for this event at Farkas Hall, 10 Holyoke St. location. Availability is limited. How to get tickets: Admission Free: Tickets Available In Person Only
Questlove and Harvard faculty from the course Science and Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to the Science of Soft Matter will lead a conversation that begins with food but ends wherever food takes them. Food is fuel. Food is culture. Food is history. And food is food for thought. Read more about Questlove: somethingtofoodabout
Presented by: Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) Tickets: Event is free. Ticket required. Harvard ID only.Tickets available starting at noon on the day of the event. Tickets will be available in person at Sanders Theatre or at 617.496.2222 (handling fees apply). Limit of two tickets per person. Tickets valid until 5:15pm. How to get tickets:The Harvard Box Office 617-496-2222
Presented by: IDENTITIES Fashion Show Tickets: Full Price: $15.00 How to get tickets:The Harvard Box Office 617-496-2222
Fashion is often regarded, especially in academic settings, as a frivolous interest. IDENTITIES is a student-run fashion show at Harvard College that aims to display undergraduates’ creative voices and represent fashion as the art form that it is. IDENTITIES allows students to gain hands-on experience in a setting identical to any professional fashion show;
Each year, eight outstanding PhD candidates are chosen as Harvard Horizons Scholars and receive targeted mentoring and coaching designed to enhance their presentation skills. The program will culminate in the Harvard Horizons Symposium on April 5, 2016, where Horizons Scholars will
Presented by: Harvard College Women's Center Tickets: Event is free but tickets are required. Tickets are available in person on Sunday, March 6, 2016 at the Harvard Box Office or by phone and internet for a fee. Limit of 2 tickets per person. Tickets valid until 4:45PM. Call 617-496-2222 or reserve on line at www.boxoffice.harvard.edu. How to get tickets:The Harvard Box Office 617-496-2222
Presented by: Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club Tickets: Free How to get tickets: Email email@example.com for tickets. Runs: 4/22-23 Harvard students and affiliates are invited to submit work. In interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the anonymous form at ourvoices2016.wordpress.com. And if you would like to be involved in this production in any way (either as a collaborator, a designer, or a speaker (reading your own words or reading an anonymous submission), please contact us at email@example.com. For speakers, no acting experience is required.
Directed by Megan Jones ’16 Produced by Julius Bright Ross ’17 and Emily Bergquist ’18
Our Voices will be a collaborative, student-devised work, designed to share stories both from survivors of sexual assault and about rape culture on our campus in general. Sexual violence is an epidemic on Harvard’s campus, and the need for meaningful engagement with this issue could not be clearer or more pressing. Our Voices—while privileging the voices of students on this campus—will be presented in collaboration with the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (OSAPR). Our Voices will be a space for storytelling and for sharing and we hope it will build on the work done at this semester’s Rally for Sexual Assault Survivors. The show will take place at the end of April–Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)–and it will be the capstone of OSAPR’s SAAM programming. Read more about Our Voices
Presented by: Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players Tickets: Full Price: $25.00; Students: $15.00; Seniors (65+): $15.00; Cast & Crew: $10.00 with Voucher How to get tickets:The Harvard Box Office 617-496-2222
Presented by: Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Tickets: Event is Free. No tickets are required. Entrance will be first come first served, on a space available basis
Each year, eight outstanding PhD candidates are chosen as Harvard Horizons Scholars and receive targeted mentoring and coaching designed to enhance their presentation skills. The program will culminate in the Harvard Horizons Symposium on April 5, 2016, where Horizons Scholars will deliver brief, compelling talks about their research from the
Presented by: Microbial Sciences Initiative at Harvard Tickets: Event is free. Tickets Required. Must be 21 or older to attend the event. Valid ID verifying age is required for entry. Limit of 2 tickets per person. Available by phone and internet for a fee. Call 617-496-2222 or reserve online at boxoffice.harvard.edu How to get tickets:The Harvard Box Office 617-496-2222
Speakers: David Mills (University of California- Davis) and Deborah Hansen (Taberna de Haro) Host: Roberto Kolter
We are still seeking Student Producers for ARTS FIRST 2016! This paid position includes include producing the performance fair, assisting with volunteers and other related tasks (approx. 2-10 hours per week, spring semester). The ARTS FIRST Student Producers will gain valuable experience in planning, producing, and organizing a large-scale arts event and will be provided with key opportunities to be acquainted with arts leaders at Harvard. Schedule is flexible.