The enduring resonance of Vuong's texts emerges from his willingness to continually revisit the past as a space of reclamation and dialogue.
Over the past year, independent venues have faced unique challenges in surviving the pandemic. The venues that have survived are hanging by a thread, held on the other end by the support of their communities and the tenacity of their owners.
Ghungroo, Harvard’s annual celebration of South Asian cultures, will be held entirely virtually this Saturday for the first time in its over 30 years of production.
Henson’s work at the intersection of mental health, social justice, and cultivating joy directly inspired this year’s Cultural Rhythms theme.
McCharen-Tran’s fashion label is dedicated to creating “future-forward bodywear,” especially inclusive swimwear for every type of body.
Jazz is historically male-dominated and neglects the voices of women music-makers. But Salvant has centered these women — her musical ancestors — in her artistry.
Ultimately, Kobayashi’s artistic philosophy of letting the material guide the process is “core to what TDM is trying to do,” said James P. Stanley.
Fresh Off Victory in Largest Virtual Collegiate A Cappella Championship, Harvard Opportunes Continue Singing Together While Apart
Not even the pandemic can stop the Opportunes — Harvard’s oldest all-gender a cappella group — from making a splash on the national stage.
Whether you’re on-campus, off-campus, or international, social opportunities are sparse, and — in a world dominated by Zoom — often feel manufactured. A freshman podcast, “Dear Harvard Confessions,” is aiming to ameliorate the situation in a creative way.
The Harvard Art Museums’ staff continues to foster arts appreciation within the greater community, despite the challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Due to the pandemic, Harvard traditions have had to look a little different this year, and Crimson Jam, Harvard’s annual concert and block party, was no exception.
The Harvard Student Composers Festival took place Dec. 2 - Dec. 5. Sponsored by the Office for the Arts, Harvard University Department of Music, Harvard Composers Association, and the Harvard Undergraduate Songwriters Collective, the 2020 CompFest was a four-day event that sought to highlight student composers of all different musical genres and concentrations.