“I think it’s really monumental that the true story of the Vanderbilt family is being rewritten by a gay man, a single father,” he said.
“What I have found is that if we question and challenge those male counterparts within our sphere, we can be considered difficult or defensive,” Tracey said.
All of the speakers shared a climate of conscientiousness and a deep belief in the need to connect across disciplines to holistically solve problems.
The drama of the film is carried by its leading actresses Diana Silvers and Kristine Froseth, whom Smith characterizes as exceptionally talented and very different.
Despite the intensity of the matchups, the evening was characterized by smiles, hugs, and supportive interactions between dancers.
On Sept. 16, author Angeline Boulley spoke about her young adult thriller, “Firekeeper’s Daughter,” at a virtual event as a part of Harvard’s ArtsBites series.
'Titian: Women, Myth, & Power' Exhibition Leaves Visitors in Awe at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
This the first time in four centuries that the six paintings have been reunited in one room, a task that involved the cooperation of museums and galleries around the world.
Performing arts groups are reimagining ways to safely perform during the pandemic and attract audiences who have not attended in-person student performances in 18 months.
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.