Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Bring your HUID and head to the art museums to kick off the year with art, fun, food, friends, and more. Music, refreshments, raffle prizes, giveaways and more. Free admission to all undergraduate and graduate Harvard students (...Read more about Harvard Student Late Night
ArtsBites is the OFA round-table discussion series with students and visiting artists. On April 2, in partnership with American Repertory Theater, we welcome Seattle-based storyteller Sara Porkalob, a singer, actor,...
Repeats every month on the 4 of December until Mon Dec 04 2017 .
5:00pm to 6:00pm
5:00pm to 6:00pm
Office for the Arts common room, 74 Mt. Auburn St.
Harvard undergrads: Do you have a great opportunity to pursue your artistic interests or advance your work? ADFs provide funding to support student development in the practice of the arts. Come to review guidelines, learn about the application process, hear from past fellows and eat pizza.
Hoping to stay in Cambridge over the winter break? Looking for a 3-week, hands-on experience in the arts, with a stipend and Harvard housing? If so, the OCS Arts and Museums Winternship Program is for you!
Fall 2017 applications are now open to Harvard juniors (’19) and seniors (’18). Applications are due 11:59 pm on September 24. Find the application and more information about the process and events for candidates on the Signet website. Gain familiarity with the space and the membership in a relaxed way and learn more about the Signet at an Application events. Attendance at these events has no bearing on your application. Application events are on the evenings of September 19-23. Check out the full list of events with dates and times here.
Accomplished 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.
Various locations across campus (registration table on The Plaza)
“The arts represent an impulse to question and to create, an impulse that has sparked centuries of inquiry and progress and learning.” —Drew Gilpin Faust, President and Lincoln Professor of History, Harvard University
The music business offers a variety of opportunities in business, creative, and tech careers. OCS invites you to this workshop where you will learn the basic outline of the music industry and what it takes to find opportunities on the business side
Wondering about the comedy scene in Boston, and how to use it to build a foundation for your comedy career? Join us for a discussion with local comedy power-houses on why and how doing comedy in Boston can be a great springboard for your next steps in comedy, whether as a stand-up, improv...
You're an artist--A lighting or set designer, an actor, a musician, a dancer, a writer or journalist--but to find work you also need to think of yourself as a brand and a start-up business. Join us for this discussion with working artists on getting gigs, finding free-lancing opportunities, charging for...