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FM Imagines: Celebrity Cover Letters

Budgetary strategy is one of my strong points. I know critics will say, “He blew a million dollars on private travel!” I beg you to think of it this way—it only cost me $1 million to charter those flights.

SMFA Student Art
Visual Arts

SMFA Student Art

Student art hangs in the halls of the SMFA in Boston, where students can pursue undergraduate and graduate studies in arts.

Nancy Bauer
Visual Arts

Nancy Bauer

The Crimson sat down with Nancy F. Bauer ‘82, newly appointed dean of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.

Joel Janowitz
Visual Arts

Joel Janowitz

Joel Janowitz motions to his painting inspired by construction work in his local Cambridge, part of his latest series of local protected trees.

Fresh Paint
Visual Arts

Fresh Paint

Fresh paint sits on the pallet at Joel Janowitz’s South End studio.

Joel Janowitz's Workshop
Visual Arts

Joel Janowitz's Workshop

The Crimson visited local artist Joel Janowitz’s workshop in Boston’s South End.

Joel Janowitz's Studio
Visual Arts

Joel Janowitz's Studio

Joel A. Janowitz's studio in Boston's South End.

Glass Flowers
Visual Arts

Glass Flowers

The Glass Flowers Exhibition at the Peabody Museum of Archeaology and Ethnology holds thousands of glass models of plants.

Invertebrates
Visual Arts

Invertebrates

The Museum of Comparative Zoology displays glass models of invertebrates in the Sea Creatures in Glass Exhibition.

Family Studies
Visual Arts

Family Studies

A family studies some of the glass models of plants at the Glass Flowers Exhibition at the Harvard Museum of Natural History.

Piano Graphic
Music

A Change of Key

Mirroring nationwide conversations on social justice, Harvard’s Music Department is beginning to expand its course offerings beyond the bounds of the Western canon. As the music concentration prepares for an overhaul of its undergraduate requirements, faculty and students reflect on the ways in which the department is rethinking curriculum and canon.

Theater

A Class Act

This summer, Harvard students stayed in the area, working to compose a musical with Sara Bareilles, curate museum exhibits, and stage a play focused on the Romanian Revolution.

Entrance to the Cooper Gallery
Arts

Entrance to the Cooper Gallery

Entrance to the Cooper Gallery

Entrance to the Cooper Gallery
Visual Arts

At Crossroads: The Ethelbert Cooper Gallery

In addition to addressing this historical need, the Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African & African American Art serves as an idiosyncratic institution that exists simultaneously at the intersection of art, academia, and sociopolitical discussion by developing and maintaining close, symbiotic relationships with both the Harvard Art Museums and the Hutchins Center.

Two students perform "The Vagina Monologues"
Theater

Two students perform "The Vagina Monologues"

Two students perform in one of the several skits which comprise “The Vagina Monologues,” celebrating female empowerment and raising awareness about violence against women.