People eat hors d’oeuvres and view the work on display at the opening of “Altered State: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition.” The gallery, featuring paintings by Burmese artists, went up in CGIS South Concourse Thursday evening.
“Those are Communist symbols!” the husband says of the butterflies floating in the scenery. “Those are lemons!” claims his wife.
A much-pruned version of its messy referent, our Oaten Pipes Hydroid grows with dainty composure from rigid brown stems, opening into a set of decorous little flowers.
Fragile facsimiles and meticulously embalmed specimens of dead crustaceans, butterflies and other rare animals are tucked away behind the solemn wooden doors of 26 Oxford Street. Discover how the most delicate of them all came to call Harvard’s Museum of Natural History home.
The new exhibition "Everywhen: The Eternal Present in Indigenous Art from Australia" opened at the Harvard Art Museums on Feb. 4.
The new Carpenter Center installation "Pneuma(tic) Bodies" explores the body and the space of sculpture.
Located in Holworthy Basement, the space is commonly used for evening workshops and the artistic pursuits of freshmen, but is currently only open on Wednesdays from 8 p.m. to midnight. The new initiative extends those hours to 24/7.
Harvard art historian Joseph Leo Koerner lectured on the art of Hieronymus Bosch and its reception in print at the Harvard Art Museums on Thursday.
Ryan O’Neal and Ali MacGraw, co-stars of the 1970 film “Love Story,” applaud during their discussion in Kirkland House. The event marked their first return to Harvard in over forty years.
Ryan O'Neal and Ali MacGraw, co-stars of the 1970 film “Love Story,” get situated in the Kirkland Senior Common Room in preparation for an interview. The preceding discussion in Kirkland House marked their first return to Harvard in over forty years.
After History of Art and Architecture professor Joseph Leo Koerner’s lecture at the Harvard Art Museums last Thursday evening, viewers were allowed after-hours access to "Beyond Bosch: The Afterlife of a Renaissance Master in Print,” featuring work by artists from the 16th century to the present who were inspired by Hieronymus Bosch’s style and subject matter.
After Prof. Koerner’s lecture at the Harvard Art Museums on Thursday evening, the audience was allowed after-hours access to "Beyond Bosch: The Afterlife of a Renaissance Master in Print,” featuring work by artists from the 16th century to the present who were inspired by Bosch’s style.
Art History professor Joseph L. Koerner explored themes in Hieronymus Bosch’s artwork during a lecture at the Harvard Art Museums on Thursday evening.