2019-20 Ceramics Program Artist in Residence Instructor, Ceramics Program
Ruth Easterbrook (b. 1984) received her BFA in Ceramics from Syracuse University in 2007. Afterward, she apprenticed and assisted various ceramic artists and studios. She has shown work nationally at places such as Baltimore Clayworks and Carbondale Clay Center. A turning point in her personal growth took place while participating in an eight-week concentration at Penland School of Craft in 2014. Anderson Ranch Arts Center has been an important place of learning for Ruth, spending extensive time there as a student, then summer intern and returning as the Artist in Residence in 2016. Most recently she earned her MFA in ceramics at Alfred University in 2019.
Musical theater composer Timothy Huang started writing because he wanted to change the “nature of representation” for Asians and Asian Americans. He's at Harvard this week working with the Asian Student Arts Project and the original musical The East Side.
Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Sound poet and composer Jaap Blonk will perform a selection of poems spanning Arp’s long career. Like Arp, Blonk is a versatile musician, artist, and poet. He has recorded and frequently performs the sound poetry of the historic avant-...Read more about Poetry Reading: Hans Arp by Jaap Blonk
Join internationally acclaimed pianist Angela Hewitt in a master class on May 1 with four talented Harvard students: Emily Brother '19, Ariana Chiu '22, Evelyn Mo '20 and Amir Siraj '21. This Learning from Performers event is free and open to the public.
Event: Public workshop with Harvard Advocate writers Amy Kurzweil (graphic memoir and comics) and Samantha Hunt (short story and novel) Time and date: 3:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 5; Farkas Hall, Room 203 Attendance: Open to the...