Visiting Artists

2017 Nov 30

a master class with KAITLIN HOPKINS and PAIGE PRICE

3:00pm to 6:15pm

Location: 

Winthrop House Junior Common Room

Broadway performer Paige Price
Paige Price
Broadway and TV/screen performer Kaitlin Hopkins
Kaitlin Hopkins
Harvard student actors, affiliates and the public are invited to engage with industry professionals Kaitlin Hopkins and Paige Price in a daylong residency on Nov. 30 which includes a master class with 10 musical theater students, a primer on wellness practices and a Q&A on the “Biz of the Biz.” Accompaniment by Liz Kantor ‘18. Reception to follow.

Presented by: Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club, Harvard Office for Career Services and the Office for the Arts Learning from Performers Program
Admission: Free and open to all
Read In your corner, an interview with Hopkins and Price on the Harvard Arts Blog... Read more about a master class with KAITLIN HOPKINS and PAIGE PRICE

2017 Nov 17

New Voices Lecture with Mia Riley

Registration Closed 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 

Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard

Presented by: Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard

Mia Riley is an emerging ceramic artist and new intern to the Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard. Coming from Alberta, Canada she has called many cities, towns and tents her home and finds inspiration in the landscapes where she resides. In her career she is interested in the connections between history, tradition and technology and has worked for some of Alberta's most involved arts organizations including Medalta Potteries, a historical clay museum and artist residency. She is a graduate of the Alberta College of Art and Design where she received the 2016 Board of Governor’s Award for Academic Excellence in Ceramics. Earlier this year she completed a residency at the Banff Centre, where she undertook artistic research into the major natural disasters that have affected her home in the past decade.... Read more about New Voices Lecture with Mia Riley

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2018 Apr 20

Visiting Artist Workshop with Walter Keeler

10:00am to 4:00pm

Location: 

Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard

THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL!

Presented by: Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at HarvardWalter Keeler

We are honored to welcome UK potter, Walter Keeler, back to the Ceramics Program for a workshop dedicated to long-time Ceramics Program staff member and friend of Keeler - Terry Hass. Keeler stated, "I love giving workshops, but this one is very special, it is for Terry - loved by all of us - and will celebrate her love of making pottery,  her warmth and generosity of spirit." All proceeds from the event will go to fund scholarships to the Ceramics Program in Terry's name. ... Read more about Visiting Artist Workshop with Walter Keeler

2018 Apr 07

Just Press Play! - Visiting Artist Workshop with Sunshine Cobb and Jason Bige Burnett

Sat - Sun, Apr 7 to Apr 8, 10:00am - 4:00pm

Location: 

Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard

THIS WORKSHOP IS FILLED - NO LONGER TAKING REGISTRATIONS

Presented by: Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard

April 7 & 8, 2018
10am - 4pm each day
Potluck lunch for those who wish to bring a dish to share

Sunshine Cobb and Jason Bige Burnett

Join us in welcoming Jason Bige Burnett and Sunshine Cobb to explore a range of surface treatments while sharing stories and their experiences as contemporary ceramic artists. Whether your work is functional or sculptural, this workshop will provide you with a chance to explore, experiment and learn. Participants will have the opportunity to try their hand at the various techniques covered in the workshop and receive feedback from other participants and the workshop leaders.... Read more about Just Press Play! - Visiting Artist Workshop with Sunshine Cobb and Jason Bige Burnett

2017 Nov 03

Post-performance discussion with Hanane Hajj-Ali, playwright of JOGGING

9:00pm

Location: 

Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle St

Hanane Hajj AliOn her daily jogging route through Beirut, Lebanon, playwright, actor and cultural activist Hanane Hajj Ali began to take notes. She started jogging as exercise – to avoid stress and fend off osteoporosis. Along the way, she began to see the streets of her city with new eyes. As she considered the city’s history of building and destruction through war, she thought about her roles of woman, wife and mother. She examined her dreams and desires. And she thought about Medea. 

Presented by: Learning from Performers program, in partnership with Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club and in collaboration with Harvard University's Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations... Read more about Post-performance discussion with Hanane Hajj-Ali, playwright of JOGGING

2017 Nov 02

LFP Conversation with Hanane Hajj Ali

4:00pm

Location: 

Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle St.

Hanane Hajj-Ali. PHOTO: Nora AwsabeOn her daily jogging route through Beirut, Lebanon, playwright, actor and cultural activist Hanane Hajj Ali began to take notes. She started jogging as exercise – to avoid stress and fend off osteoporosis. Along the way, she began to see the streets of her city with new eyes. As she considered the city’s history of building and destruction through war, she thought about her roles of woman, wife and mother. She examined her dreams and desires. And she thought about Medea. 

Presented by: Learning from Performers program, in partnership with Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club and in collaboration with Harvard University's Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations... Read more about LFP Conversation with Hanane Hajj Ali

2017 Nov 08

A conversation and clinic with Jeff “Tain” Watts, moderated by Bill Zildjian

5:00pm to 6:30pm

Location: 

Leverett House Library Theater, 11 Mill St. (between Plympton & DeWolfe Streets)

drummer, composer and Grammy Award-winner Jeff “Tain” WattsA conversation and clinic with drummer, composer and Grammy Award-winner Jeff “Tain” Watts, moderated by Bill Zildjian, with live music provided by Harvard student jazz musicians.

Presented by: Learning from Performers... Read more about A conversation and clinic with Jeff “Tain” Watts, moderated by Bill Zildjian

Planet Paul

Planet Teaneck in New JerseyHarlem-based artist Paul Deo will be at Harvard Oct. 25 in the first of a series of visits to develop a public mural about community life at Harvard, in Allston and in augmented reality. 

By Samantha Neville '19... Read more about Planet Paul

2017 Sep 23

A Woman in Finance: Carla Harris '84, HBS '87, Vice Chairman and Managing Director at Morgan Stanley

11:30am to 1:00pm

Location: 

Barker Center, Thompson Room, 12 Quincy St.

Carla Harris '84, MBA '87Accomplished banker and leader at Morgan Stanley, author and gospel singer, Carla Harris will discuss her trials and triumphs in her corporate journey as well as how the arts, giving back and honoring female friendships played a primary role in her success and life. The discussion will be moderated by Anne Ackerley ‘84, HBS ’88, managing director at BlackRock.

Presented by: Learning from Performers, Office of Career Services and Harvard Alumni Affairs and Development
For Harvard undergraduates only. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND
PIZZA WILL BE SERVED

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2017 Oct 20

Fall 2017 Beatboxing Residency: screening of film AMERICAN BEATBOXER

7:00pm

Location: 

Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave, Allston

American BeatboxerThe Office for the Arts at Harvard Learning from Performers program and the Harvard Ed Portal  are proud to present a screening of American Beatboxer followed by a discussion with producer Rich McKeown and executive producer and beatboxer Chesney Snow, moderated by Martha Diaz. More information
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2017 Oct 20

Fall 2017 Beatboxing Residency: Conversation and pizza lunch with Chesney Snow

1:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

Office for the Arts at Harvard, 74 Mt. Auburn Street

Chesney SnowPresented by: Learning From Performers, Harvard Ed Portal and Northeastern Crossing
Admission: Open to Harvard undergrads only. Seating is limited to 18. Registration required; register here.
Fall 2017 Beatboxing Residency at Harvard runs Oct. 19-21 More information... Read more about Fall 2017 Beatboxing Residency: Conversation and pizza lunch with Chesney Snow

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