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The Monroe C. Gutman Library Gallery exhibited cartoons made by Shreyas Navare, a fellow at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs and an Editorial Cartoonist at the Hindustan Times. The exhibited works comment on international politics and affairs.
Whatever it is that accounts for the particular allure of Van Gogh’s “Self-Portrait Dedicated to Paul Gauguin” at the Harvard Art Museums, there’s no denying that it is a hard painting to forget. But many visitors may not know is that the painting has a history with richness to match: a ruined friendship, a missing museum, a Nazi art auction. This is that story.
Nafis M. White, a student at the Rhode Island School of Design, discusses her artwork on race relations and civil rights. She displayed two pieces at the 17th Annual Black Arts Festival.
Julian Plowden exhibits his photographs of the aftermath of the Michael Brown shootings at the Black Arts Festival kick off on Friday afternoon.
This year, Kuumba chose the theme “Reflections on Freedom” after considering other options such as joy, struggle, and love last spring, according to the chair of the festival.
Nandipha Mntambo, sculptor, photographer, and live performer, speaks about the inspirations in her artwork on Thursday evening in Carpenter Center. Presented as part of the Black History/Art History Lecture and Performance Series, Mntambo began the lecture with a seven-minute live performance surrounded by curved mirrors, which was entitled "The Flight."
An #ActionShot of you jumping into a snowbank will give you a pretty good shot of making onto Harvard's Campus Story
Alia Ali, a Yemeni-Bosnian photographer, talks about her approach to creating images during "Process: Exhibition Opening and Artist Talk" at Gutman Library on Friday evening.
The Parker Quartet performs during Project Lens, an initiative exploring the connections between classical music and social issues, at Paine Music Hall on Friday evening.
"Project LENS: The Myth of Modern Violence" sought to reconcile Pinker’s controversial notion with the popular opinion that classical music has gradually become more harsh, dissonant, and violent over time.
Yemeni-Bosnian-American artist Alia Ali sits down with The Crimson to discuss her newest exhibit, "Process," and her experience as a photographer.
Carpenter Center's newest exhibit, "The Way We Live Now, Modernist Ideologies at Work," seeks to generate a new consciousness of the spaces we inhabit.
Last Thursday, curator Jodi Hauptman and conservator Karl Buchberg of the Museum of Modern Art discussed their acclaimed exhibit, "Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs," at the Harvard Art Museums.