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Museumgoers swarm the fourth floor of the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston on Friday evening. The ICA hosted the event "First Fridays: Fashion Forward," with an emphasis on the question: "What is queer fashion?"
Models wear designs by fashion Marc Antoine at the Institute of Contemporary Art's event "First Fridays: Fashion Forward" last Friday evening.
Models clad in FONY stand in front of the crowd at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston's "First Fridays: Fashion Forward" event last Friday. FONY aims to create a "minimalist streetwear" aesthetic, according to the line's website.
The Harvard Museums of Science and Culture seek to approach museums and their supposed genres in different ways by emphasizing the importance of museums in merging disciplines. It clarifies the divide between public relations and private operations of the museums, ushering in a new era for six museums that have existed for the most part independently for years.
David R. Odo, director of student programs at the Harvard Art Museums, speaks to a crowd on Thursday night about the legacy of early Japanese photographs as both art and works of ethnography. During the discussion, Odo also questioned whether photos in the digital age would have the same gravitas as historical photos.
Harvard Art Museums Director of Student Programs David R. Odo pointed out the value of early photography in studying the interaction between Japan and the West in the 19th century.
The Harvard Art Museums announced the appointment of two new curators and the internal promotions of two additional curators.
Visitors to the Harvard Museum of Natural History view “Climate Change: Our Global Experiment,” a model of Earth’s changing weather patterns.
Visitors view rare minerals and gemstones in the Earth & Planetary Sciences Gallery.
The new wing of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum illuminated at night during Third Thursdays: Roxbury & Jazz.
Museum-goers flocked to the Gardner Museum last Thursday evening for Third Thursdays: Roxbury & Jazz, during which participants completed a studio activity and examined art and music in conjunction with the galleries.
Our Roving Reporter speaks with attendees at last week's jazz-themed Third Thursday at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
A print of Picasso's “Goat's Skull on the Table,” one of a series of 150, hangs in the dorm room of McKinley O. Rodriguez ’18. "It's really exciting to think that Picasso has touched this work of art, it's not just a poster," Rodriguez said.
The program offered prints from artists such as Josef Albers, Alexander Calder, Pablo Picasso, and Andy Warhol.