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College

Harvard Undergrads Partner with Common Spaces to Launch Digital Postcard Project

In the wake of campus's closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Harvard undergraduates have developed a “virtual postcard” project for University affiliates to share messages of reflection, hope, and gratitude.

Art Supplies Financial Challenges
Arts

Art Supplies Financial Challenges

Sara Davis Buechner
On Campus

Portrait of an Artist: Sara Davis Buechner

Pianist Sara Davis Buechner has been lauded by the New York Times for her “intelligence, integrity and all-encompassing technical prowess.”

Painting Edo Image
On Campus

Portrait of an Artist: Rachel M. Saunders

Rachel M. Saunders is the Harvard Art Museums’ Curator of Asian Art and co-curator of the “Painting Edo” exhibition.

"Pentimenti #9" by Shinji Turner-Yamamoto at the Fuller Craft Museum
On Campus

Fuller Craft Museum Celebrates 50 Years with ‘Striking Gold’ and ‘Serious Bling’

The past 50 years have been transformative for Fuller Craft, which has grown from a general art museum to, in the past 15 years, a craft-specific outlet.

Guitar
On Campus

Art and Intersectionality at Berklee’s Fourth Annual International Womxn’s Day Teach-In

In between panels, various Berklee musicians outfitted in guitars, basses, and saxophones performed original songs and covers to the ever-shifting audience.

"Checkerboard" by Erica Licea-Kane
On Campus

An Exploration of the Ambiguities of Space in the Kingston’s Gallery’s ‘Half Spaces’

Artist Erica Licea-Kane eloquently re-words the "half-space" as “a mathematical term for checkerboarding.”

International Women's Day at the MFA.
On Campus

MFA Celebrates Powerful Women in Art on International Women’s Day

Museumgoers were buzzing with excitement on Mar. 8 for the International Women’s Day celebration at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Ghungroo Top
On Campus

In Photos: Ghungroo 2020

Harvard South Asian Association celebrated its annual production of Ghungroo during the last week of February. Ghungroo — the largest cultural show on campus — celebrates South Asian Culture at the Agassiz Theatre in Radcliffe Yard. There were over 300 students involved with performing, directing, and producing the dances, music, and skits of the show. This year’s performance utilized the setting and dynamics of the American city to celebrate the range of “linguistic, ideological, cultural, and religious diversity in South Asian America in the 21st century.”

Painting Edo Image
On Campus

‘Painting Edo’ Creates A World ‘Against Gravity’

“It’s almost against gravity,” a patron said of "Painting Edo," the largest temporary exhibit to date at the Harvard Art Museums.

Winthrop Gates
On Campus

Artist and Activist Yehimi Cambrón Talks Immigration and ‘Monuments’

For Cambrón, her art is akin to monuments. They are powerful testaments to the life, struggles, and successes of immigrants and their families.

Lucian Freud's "Man with a Feather"
On Campus

‘Lucian Freud: The Self-Portrait’ Provides Glimpses but not Clarity

Isolating Lucian Freud’s works as self-portraits opens the possibility for the viewer to focus momentarily on Freud’s formal choices before considering his subjects.

Winter Gondola at Snowport
On Campus

Boston’s 'Snowport' Brings Rustic Charm to Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, holiday themed waffles and some special guests helped set the mood for a love-filled evening in the winter village.

Kung Fu Tea Image
On Campus

Kung Fu Tea: Boba Giant Comes to Harvard Square

Despite opposition to its ever-expanding menu, Kung Fu Tea serves as a new landmark of Asian-American culture in Harvard Square.

Gcina Mhlophe.
On Campus

Portrait of an Artist: Gcina Mhlophe

"Everybody's got a story. So if I can wake up stories in other people I will always say 'mission accomplished.'"

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