Campus Arts

Crimson Dance Team at Arts First
College

Crimson Dance Team at Arts First

The Harvard Crimson Dance Team performs at the weekend-long Harvard Arts First Festival in the Science Center Plaza. This year marked the 24th year of the annual festival.

The Global Exposure Project Pop-Up Exhibition
Museums

The Global Exposure Project Pop-Up Exhibition

A winning photo from The Global Exposure Project, a photo competition sponsored by the Arts Society of the Harvard Business School, stands on display in the Peabody Museum of Archeology & Ethnology Thursday. The competition asks HBS students to submit original photography. Winners will be exhibited in both the Peabody Museum and the Harvard Museum of Natural History until Monday, May 2.

Peter L. Galison
On Campus

Visual Research: Galison Brings Together Art and Science in Scholarship, Filmmaking

Peter L. Galison, professor, museum director, and documentary filmmaker, explores the intersections of art and science.

Renee E. Zhan
VES

Thesis Spotlight: Renee E. Zhan '16

Perhaps that’s a takeaway of the film—not, as in most anthropomorphizing accounts, that animals can be just like us, but rather that we can be just like animals.

Daniel A. Citron
Arts

Thesis Spotlight: Daniel A. Citron '16

“The end project is a virtual reality experience,” says Daniel A. Citron ’16.

John N. Sakellariadis
Arts

Thesis Spotlight: John N. Sakellariadis '16

Soldiers had used the blank bed canvases on their cots to scrawl messages and drawings as they sailed away from home.

Applied Math 141r: Computational Music Theory
College

Deriving the Right Note

The music track of the applied math concentration brings together computation, mathematical modeling, and music theory and composition to produce a uniquely quantitative study that serve to redefine Harvard’s liberal arts system for the silicon age.

Arts 2016 Supplement Image

The Creative Classroom

The Crimson Arts delves into the curricular arts—academic projects, faculty perspectives, and interdisciplinary hidden gems—for its first-ever themed spring supplement.

Getting Exposure
College

Getting Exposure

Members of the Harvard Radcliffe Modern Dance Company rehearse for Exposure, a performance its producers say is inspired by photography and the photographic process. The show opens tonight in Farkas Hall.

What Moves You?
On Campus

The Harvard Dance Project Presents Interdisciplinary Answer to “What Moves You”

The Harvard Dance Project’s “What Moves You,” a collaboration between choreographers Jill Johnson, Francesca Harper, and Mario Zambrano, incorporated writing, sound, and the experiences of its dancers into its creation and performance.

“The Donkey Show”
Student Groups

State of the A.R.T.

The American Repertory Theater has been the home to professional theater around Harvard's campus since its founding in 1980. The entrance of the Theater, Dance, and Media concentration onto the Harvard stage, however, demands an examination of Harvard’s relationship to the A.R.T. and to the Boston theater community as a whole.

What Moves You?
Music

What Moves You?

"I want to hold [time] in my arms and tell it thank you/I’m done progressing through life/I want my soul to move through moments and decide their worth for myself," recited Anna K. Antongiorgi '19 during ‘What Moves You?’ a Harvard Dance Project performance combining dance, music, and poetry on Friday evening. The cast worked with choreographers to translate answers to the question ‘What moves you?’ into movement.

What Moves You?
Student Life

What Moves You?

"I want to hold [time] in my arms and tell it thank you/I’m done progressing through life/I want my soul to move through moments and decide their worth for myself," recited Anna K. Antongiorgi '19 during ‘What Moves You?’ a Harvard Dance Project performance combining dance, music, and poetry on Friday evening. The cast worked with choreographers to translate answers to the question ‘What moves you?’ into movement.

"Where Do We Go From Here?"
College

Students’ Art Installation Asks Harvard to Reflect on Sexual Assault

Students have constructed an expansive art installation in all 12 of Harvard’s upperclassman Houses—along with Dudley House and Boylston Hall—in order to call further attention to ongoing discussions about sexual assault on campus.

Harvard Student Art Show
On Campus

Harvard Student Art Show Expands In Split From ARTS FIRST

The eighth annual Harvard Student Art Show took place at Arts @ 29 Garden this weekend, organized for the first time as an independent event rather than as a part of ARTS FIRST weekend.