Sarah F. Choudhury
Attendees showed up to HAMUC's Night at the Sackler Museum to enjoy the art of the Sackler museum during a free event for Harvard students.
Several viewers look at exhibits in the modern and contemporary art section. In the center is a piece titled "I'm With Stupid" by Rachel Harrison.
Nancy Lin '11 gives a tour called "Kings and Gods: Important Statues across Cultures." This particular exhibit is of a Buddha in the Asian and Islamic Art (5000BC to the present) section, as one of several student-led tours of the Sackler Museum.
Thomas W. Lentz, the Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard Art Museum Director, Harvard Art Museums gives a welcome speech and later talks to visitors about the plans for renovating the Fogg Museum and its future.
The Harvard Art Society holds an art making event in the basement of the Sackler museum. They used old books and magazines to make collages. (Second and third from left, co-presidents Leah Schecter '13 and Milo Tong '12)
Cake was served following a welcoming speech to attendees.
Students browse the Sackler Museum’s modern and contemporary art exhibits at yesterday’s Night at the Sackler event, organized by the Harvard Art Museums Undergraduate Connection.
Bradley (Robert A. Knoll ’13) pays a visit to Lucy (Vanessa B. Koo ’12) in “Mr. Marmalade.”
Novelist, short story writer and poet Tao Lin gives a reading from his second novel, Richard Yates, at the Harvard Bookstore yesterday.