Madboots Dance was founded as a queer, contemporary dance company in New York City. Today, its founders use dance to engage in conversations about male identity, queerness, male intimacy and relationships.
The experimental artist Kaneza Schaal encourages young artists to find their stories and their language through theater. She will join OFA for an ArtsBites on Nov. 4, and TDM for workshops Nov. 4 and 8.
A new production M. Butterfly has offered ASAP's cast and creative team a way to explore identity, sexuality and theater. For Eric Cheng '20, meeting the actor who originated the Broadway role of Song Liling (BD Wong!), added depth and assurance.
Time for food and conversation! ArtsBites is the OFA round-table discussion series with undergraduate students and visiting artists. On November 12, we welcome writer, filmmaker and fashion designer ...
Adriana Colón '12 says artists are scavengers, always asking "What can I make from this?" She will be on campus coaching the cast of West Side Story on performance technique, cultural sensitivity and representation.
Susan O’Byrne was born and grew up in Cork, Ireland. In 1991 she received a Certificate with Merit from the Grennan Mill Craft School in Co. Kilkenny. From there she moved to Scotland and the Edinburgh College of Art, graduating in 1999 with a First Class Honours...
Knafel Center, 10 Garden Street, Cambridge MA, 02138
This event will celebrate the launch of the Judy Chicago Portal with a discussion on the role of portals in providing access to feminist art archives. A keynote conversation with Judy Chicago will follow the panel discussion. Free and...Read more about Judy Chicago Portal Launch
Farkas Hall, Room 303, 12 Holyoke Street, Cambridge, MA 02138J
Celebrate Harvard Library’s acquisition of the Joey Arias archive with Harvard’s Theater, Dance & Media program and Houghton Library. This event will feature a special performance by Arias, a short survey of highlights from the collection, and a...Read more about An Evening with Joey Arias
Farkas Hall, Room 303, 12 Holyoke Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
In this artist talk, Jace Clayton (also known as DJ /rupture) will discuss his recent work. The talk will move from his roots as a DJ to his recent solo exhibitions, The Great Salt (Harvard Art Museums, 2018-2019) and White Noise as a Call to...Read more about DJ /rupture