Katie Taronas, graduate curatorial intern in the Division of Asian and Mediterranean Art and Ph.D. candidate in history of art and architecture, will give today’s gallery talk and will consider whether this elaborate, resist-dyed textile was imported to Egypt from India.... Read more about Gallery Talk: A Textile from Early Byzantine Egypt
Join us for an architectural tour that will stop on all of the Harvard Art Museums’ public floors, led by Peter Atkinson, director of facilities planning and management. You will hear about the history of the building, which is registered on the National Trust for Historic Preservation, as well as learn more about the concepts behind and execution of our eight-year renovation and expansion project.... Read more about Gallery Talk: The Renovation and Expansion Project
Responding to the coup d’état and its aftermath in the 1970s, Chilean artists residing in Santiago and abroad created works that spoke to their experience of political, social, and geographic marginalization. They developed highly coded languages to evade censorship, exhibited work in public space in lieu of institutional...
The Department of Visual and Environmental Studies is home to a range of studio and theoretical studies in the arts at Harvard University. It offers courses in painting, drawing, sculpture, film, video, and animation, as well as photography, film history and theory, studies of the built and natural environment, and contemporary art. The academic experience transpires partially in the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, where thinking and making—physical contact with various materials—intersect to enable students from a variety of disciplinary studies to be aware of their visual environment.... Read more about Opening Reception for Art Exhibition: Visiting Faculty 2016-17