Lennie Peterson, creator of “Lines Walking”, the current art exhibit at Mather House's Three Columns Gallery, discussed music and art—including his large, iconic composer portraits—at a gathering yesterday.
Documentary film maker Kenneth Dean and writer Cora Dean discuss their film “Bored in Heaven” with Associate Professor of East Asian Languages and Civilizations James Robson yesterday in Tsai Auditorium following a screening of the documentary. The film centers on the rituals of celebrating Chinese New Year. (CORRECTION: An earlier version of this photo caption incorrectly stated that James Robson was a University of Michigan Professor. In fact, he is an Associate Professor of East Asian Languages and Civilizations at Harvard. The caption has been revised to reflect the error.)
Writer Anna Lawrence Pietroni, with her first fiction debut "Ruby's Spoon," reads to an enthused audience at Harvard Book Store. Friends and fans showed their appreciation by filling the book store to listen to her grim tale on a rainy night.