Thinking about pursuing a career in the arts? Join us for a new conversation series with recent(ish) graduates who are working in the arts professionally.
The Office for the Arts and the Office of Career Services have teamed up for a series of one-hour conversations with recent alums working in the arts. Each session will focus on practical lessons and unique insights about succeeding in arts professions. The speakers are in their 20s and 30s, and each took a unique path to pursue careers in theater, dance, writing, film and more.
9/15, 3-4 PM: Meredith “Max” Hodges ’03, HBS ’10, executive director, Boston Ballet (Location: OFA)
9/22, 3:45-4:45 PM: Ryan Halprin ‘12, VP of Production at Lin Pictures (Location: OCS)
9/29, 4-5 PM: Alexander Berman ’10, screenwriter and filmmaker (Location: OFA)
10/6, 4-5 PM: Devi Lockwood ’14, poet and activist (Location: OFA)
10/13, 4-5 PM: Soman Chainani ’01, author of children’s trilogy The School for Good and Evil (Location: OCS)
10/20, 4-5 PM: Rick Kuperman ’11, choreographer and dancer (Location: OCS)
11/3, 4-5 PM: Madelyn Ho ’08, HMS ’18, dancer with Paul Taylor Dance Company (Location: OCS) Read Setting up as dancer and doctor by Truelian Lee '21 on the Harvard Arts Blog
11/16, 4-5 PM: Elizabeth Mak ’12, theater designer (Location: OCS)
Click here for bios of series participants.