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Boylston Art Windows
On Campus

Office for the Arts Creates Exhibition to Decorate Empty Campus

The Office for the Arts organized an exhibition called “Windows of Harvard,” installing visual artwork by 72 Harvard affiliates across campus and online.

Sackler Protest
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Harvard Students’ Project Honors Opioid Victims at Sackler Building

More than 30 students, faculty, and members of the public gathered at Harvard’s Arthur M. Sackler Museum Friday to commemorate a new art installation honoring those affected by the opioid epidemic.

Loitering 1
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Loitering 1

Professor and artist Stephen J. Prina and teaching fellow Hadi Fallahpisheh observe a student project for their class Art, Film, and Visual Studies 80: "Loitering: Studio Course."

Loitering 2
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Loitering 2

Professor and artist Stephen J. Prina and teaching fellow Hadi Fallahpisheh unpack a student’s project materials for their class Art, Film, and Visual Studies 80: "Loitering: Studio Course."

Art Lab
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Harvard’s ArtLab Hosts Opening Celebration in Allston

The ArtLab, a center for artistic research and development located on Harvard’s Allston campus, hosted a kickoff celebration Saturday morning to mark the official opening of the facility.

Vision and Justice
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Vision and Justice

Naomi Wadler, Yara S. Shahidi '22, and Professor Robin Bernstein discuss the experiences of black children in the U.S. during a panel titled "Race, Childhood, and Inequality in the Political Realm" at a "Vision and Justice" event Friday.

"Flowers for Harvard"
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"Flowers for Harvard"

Leverett House is hosting the 'Flowers for Harvard' art exhibit by artist Oscar Araripe.

"Flowers for Harvard"
Visual Arts

Brazilian Artist Oscar Araripe’s Paintings Bloom in Leverett

Brazilian artist Oscar Araripe discussed his bright and colorful collection of paintings “Flowers for Harvard” — on display in Leverett House this week — Thursday night at Leverett Library Theater.

Koji Everard
Visual Arts

Creating Pottery to Destroy

Striving to meet Nakazato’s — and his own — high standards, Everard made more than 5,000 plates during his first six months of apprenticeship. Most were destroyed before they reached the kiln, and their clay was recycled for later use. Every piece that enters the kiln must be perfect.

Koji's Pottery
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Koji's Pottery

Everard made over 5,000 plates during his first six months of apprenticeship.

Koji Everard
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Koji Everard

After two years at Harvard, Everard decided to return to Japan to work under master potter Taki Nakazato.

Wall of Resistance
On Campus

Wall of Resistance

The Wall of Resistance, co-sponsored by various organizations on campus, was unveiled on Wednesday. Students who contributed to the wall said they hope to raise awareness of the struggles that different communities face daily.

Sexy Vases
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Sexy Vases

The Greek vases are located on the third floor of the Harvard Art Museums.

Sexy Vase
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Sexy Vase

The Harvard Art Museum hosted a Sexy Vases Tour for Parents on March 15.

Drag Show Statement
Visual Arts

The Kings and Queens of Radcliffe

The sisters’ film project, six years in the making, emerged from one of Gabrielle Burton’s experiences: She attended a drag show starring her friend’s husband, aka Virginia West, an award-winning drag queen in Columbus, Ohio.

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