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Robert Pietrusko stands amongst his exhibit “Six Microphones,” during its reception at the Carpenter Center on Saturday afternoon. The exhibit explores the role of audio feedback in the relationship between sound, space, and the body.
"The Choice," a play by Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel, premiered Sunday night in Sanders Theatre. It was a tribute to the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi German concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz.
Carpenter Center Director James Voorhies introduces "Staging Ground for the Visual Arts: A Conversation with Martin Beck and Liz Lerman" on Thursday night. The discussion included renowned artist Beck and choreographer Lerman, who drew from their personal artistic experiences both in and out of the Carpenter Center to discuss the role of the arts in exhibition and education at Harvard.
Shuddhabrata Sengupta, right, a representative at the Raqs Media Collective, and Homi Bhabha, a professor of English and the director of the Mahindra Humanities Center discuss art that deal with the concept of time after a short lecture.
To celebrate the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Department of Asian Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, the museum has planned a tribute to Japanese culture with an extensive, season-long event. "Hokusai" and "In the Wake"—two vastly different exhibitions—kick off this exploration of Asian art.
HONY visit (weather): President Drew G. Faust speaks about the experience of being the first female president of Harvard University. Faust spoke at the Fogg Museum on Thursday morning, where Brandon Stanton, photographer and creator of the popular "Humans of New York" blog, brought students from Mott Hall Bridges Academy on a visit to Harvard University.
Visual and Environmental Studies Concentrator Samuel H. Rashba ’15 works on his senior thesis in a VES studio on Wednesday. His thesis is an installation based on the novel “The Shadow of the Wind."
Professor John R. Stilgoe wants his students to notice—to be able to process and interpret visual information by opening themselves up to the subject. What it comes down to is looking.
This year, the Institute of Contemporary Arts inaugurated ICA Reads, a program that seeks to analyze the links between a related book and a current exhibition at the museum. Having received great enthusiasm from literary communities in Boston and Cambridge, the program hopes to engage visitors better with the arts.
Jennifer Bornstein's “Two Videos” is a synergistic piece of art that uses seemingly distinct videos to express Bornstein’s artistry and development.