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Dance

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Urbanity Photo
Dance

Urbanity Dance Makes Performance Debut at the Institute of Contemporary Art

Local performing arts non-profit World Music/CRASHarts presented Boston-based contemporary dance company Urbanity Dance’s first full program at the Institute of Contemporary Art on Feb. 20. The show’s five pieces offered an exploration of elemental forces—of light, gravity, and energy itself—while remaining rooted in human emotion, engaging with both the audience and the performance space around it.

Boston Ballet
On Campus

Boston Ballet

(From left) Erica Cornejo, Dusty Button, and Whitney Jensen give audience members a preview of the Boston Ballet's upcoming spring repertoire at the Harvard Dance Center on Friday evening.

Boston Ballet
On Campus

The Boston Ballet at Harvard: A Glimpse of a Dance Form in Flux

Members of the Boston Ballet came to the Harvard Dance Center on Friday to rehearse and offer a preview into the spring season's performances.

LOOK UP
On Campus

LOOK UP

Maya Park '16 and Aru Gonzalez GSE '15 perform on the opening night of the Harvard Dance Project's 'LOOK UP' on Friday. The installation choreographed by Jill Johnson draws attention to the problem of digital overload.

LOOK UP
On Campus

LOOK UP

Ewan H. Foster '15 types a message in the installation, "LOOK UP" on the show's opening night in the Harvard Dance Center. Attendees were encouraged to interact with the space, writing notes that the dancers would then interoperate and perform.

LOOK UP
On Campus

LOOK UP

LOOK UP
On Campus

LOOK UP

Ewan H. Foster '15 types a message in the installation, "LOOK UP" on the show's opening night in the Harvard Dance Center. Attendees were encouraged to interact with the space, writing notes that the dancers would then interoperate and perform.

LOOK UP
On Campus

LOOK UP

Tessa Markewich '16 performs on the opening night of the Harvard Dance Project's 'LOOK UP' on Friday. The installation choreographed by Jill Johnson draws attention to the problem of digital overload.

LOOK UP
On Campus

LOOK UP

Aru Gonzalez GSE '15 performs on the opening night of the Harvard Dance Project's 'LOOK UP' on Friday. The installation choreographed by Jill Johnson draws attention to the problem of digital overload.

LOOK UP
On Campus

LOOK UP

Liza Batkin '15 offers jam to an attendee of the opening night of the Harvard Dance Project's 'LOOK UP' on Friday. At one stage of the installation, dancers invited attendees to sit and eat bread.

LOOK UP
On Campus

LOOK UP

Liza Batkin '15 performs in the Harvard Dance Project's "LOOK UP" on the show's opening night on Friday at the Harvard Dance Center.

Dance

Scene and Heard: Gorelesque Idol

A gold disco ball rotates slowly from the ceiling, turning the floor into a geometric whirlpool. Older couples fill the tables along the balconies and the stage, and twenty-somethings mill around the back of the room. A man with a small wooden chair on his head rests next to me at the bar.

Fright Night
College Life

Fright Night

Costumed Harvard freshmen mingle and dance in Annenberg at Fright Night, held on Friday. Fright Night, a Halloween event hosted by the First Year Social Committee, attracted large crowds of freshmen with candy and music to kick off Halloween weekend.

Expressions: EXperience
Dance

Expressions: EXperience

Members of the Expressions Dance Company perform at their fall show EXperience on Saturday evening. The show also included a performance from public school children from the group CityStep, and a portion of the show's ticket sales were donated to the organization.

Kaledora Kiernan-Linn
College

The Dropouts

Snow on Plympton
College

More Snow Looming, College Alters Dining Schedule

Divest Harvard Rally
Central Administration

After 24-Hour Sit-In, Divest Harvard Protesters Leave Mass. Hall

COVER PHOTO
College

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