Immediately beyond the abundant, multi-colored floral arrangements guarding the venue’s entrance, an entire path of award-winning landscape gardens greeted attendees.
The 2019 Cultural Rhythms show's theme was “Reclamation,” and the radical act of reclaiming space on Harvard’s campus recurred as a motif.
Critic Hilton Als and novelist Claire Messud talked cultural monoliths, a Barbadian family heritage, and the gravity of the human condition on March 4.
The session included a world-building exercise, reflections on the writing process, a reading of a Lucille Clifton poem, and a group of student writers gathered together to participate.
In addition to exploring themes of fashion and identity, panelists also examined the ways that gentrification has restricted Boston’s queer community.
Chatter rose in anticipation for “Sing it, Sister!” — an open mic that was part of the Black Arts Festival (BAF) — to start.
“From the Mind’s Eye” — a black filmmakers screening offered by Kuumba’s Black Arts Festival — brought experimental films and community discourse to the Leverett Library Theater.
Throughout the night, Lewis and Mitchell traded off between discussions of the photography industry and the representation of race in fashion.
Isabella Boylston, an icon of American classical ballet, came to Harvard's Office of Career Services on Feb. 25.
Over the course of 'the body as a lasting thing,' the show's poetry and choreography combined to explore themes of what the event description called “physicality, anatomy, and dance.”
Do science and comedy go together? Comedian Shane Mauss seems to think so, as did the crowd who packed the house to see Mauss’s touring comedy show "Stand Up Science."
“Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular” is not just another homage to her storied life and iconography, but rather a much needed and deserved look into her inspirations — namely, Mexican folk art, or “arte popular.”
It is astounding that with their warm, bright colors and delicate gold glints, Sandro Botticelli’s iconic paintings are about violence, trauma, and sexual assault.