From the students to the audience, everyone seemed to enjoy the immersion into the Renaissance era.
The main attraction, The Holiday Market, is nestled in the heart of Snowport.
“The Nutcracker” features accomplished dancers from the company as well as students from the Boston Ballet School.
Every set within the 15 piece set list in “Horizon” added a unique dimension of cultural expression to the concert’s greater themes of cultural identity and cross-cultural dialogue.
Moon has demonstrated time and time again the incredible power art can have on our everyday lives.
Families worked together to build sculptures, and therefore found connection with art not only as a viewer, but as a creator as well.
“Time’s Echo Live” was a two-day festival, celebrating the connection of music and prose to the past through four composers: Arnold Schoenberg, Richard Strauss, Benjamin Britten, and Dmitri Shostakovich.
In the Gallery of Rhythms: Unveiling 50 Years of Hip-Hop History Through the Private Collection of Ice-T and DJ Afrika Islam
The diversity in media made clear the fact that hiphop is not just music — and it never has been.
The evening was a wonderful showcase of the rich classical music scene present at Harvard, and the way it interconnects and expands to other communities as well.
Swarup has immersed herself in boundless experiences throughout her professional career and personal life, all of which show how she has truly shattered the conventional courses that once formulated right in front of her.
Both the LowKeys and the Veritones received standing ovations at the end of their performances.
The ongoing exhibition of Huyghe’s work at the Carpenter Center serves as a powerful bridge between the past and the present within the realm of the arts.
Vuong has chosen to use her platform as Miss Massachusetts to advocate for a cause she has supported since her time at Harvard: improving financial literacy.