Kicking off the Holiday Spirit
The Cambridge Artists’ Cooperative gets into the holiday spirit with a dazzling display of glass-blown ornaments in their exhibit titled “Festival of Ornaments: a kaleidoscope of color and form” at the Church Street gallery.
world AIDS day
AIDS is a disease that crosses cultural boundaries, comments Philip Yenawine, co-founding director of Visual Understanding in Education, regarding an image of an African American male holding a poster. In commemoration of World AIDS Day, Philip Yenawine presented images and reflected on the impact of AIDS on artists in "World AIDS Day Lecture: Seeing AIDS," an event held in the lecture hall of the Arthur M. Sackler Museum.
14 JFK Street, former home to Z Square, will house a new eatery later than expected, welcoming restauranters next spring rather than in December as originally planned.
Trisha Kennealy presents her idea of a web startup to help families prepare wholesome meals at the kickoff of the HBS alumni Venture Contest.
As part of World AIDS Day, Philip Yenawine presented images and reflected on the impact of AIDS on artists in “Seeing AIDS,” held in the Sackler Museum.