The Harvard Art Museum has appointed Mary Schneider Enriquez ’81, an expert in Latin American art, to serve as an ...
Five departmental collections in the Museum of Comparative Zoology are facing a yearlong move from their age-old home on Oxford St. into the basement of the Northwest Science Building, after a series of clouded administrative indecisiveness that prompted some confusion among the staff.
For many, the words “natural history museum” may conjure up some fairly dry imagery: taxidermied beasts sitting tamely behind plate-glass windows, passive-aggressive signs warning patrons “please do not touch,” sterile exhibits scattered through maze-like hallways, and a gift shop by the exit to top it all off.
Several experts on archaeology from Harvard and institutions around the world came together yesterday evening at the Semitic Museum to deliver a lecture entitled "Writing History from Material Objects: New Light on Late Bronze Age Glass in Egypt and Mesopotamia."
Museum guest Andrea Paquin takes in the "Language of Color Exhibit" at the Harvard Museum of Natural History.