New England-based photographer Roscoe M. Curry, perhaps better known by his Instagram handle “Ross the Photo Boss,” can sometimes be seen around Harvard’s campus photographing student events.
The Harvard Art Museum recently opened “Drawing: The Invention of a Modern Medium."
When a music video opens with a dramatic, zoomed-in shot of Perrie Edwards mouthing “shout out to my ex,” one assumes the obvious: This is a shout out to her ex.
In sizing—a sensitive topic for many—Ford’s design team has taken care to include a comprehensive array of sizes for the sensitive male ego: small, medium, and large.
The gallery, which hosts a variety of student and faculty showings throughout the year, currently houses selected works by six visiting faculty members in the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies: Lucas Blalock, Jennifer Bornstein, Paul Bush, Dru Donovan, Alexander Galloway, and Kianja Strobert.
TDM149DA teaches Argentine tango through study and practice.
Through the interaction of exhibition pieces and gallery design, #techstyle aims to create an immersive environment where viewers can explore cutting-edge fashion technologies and consider how clothing, both in its design and its use, is transforming within the digital landscape.
Though at times too shallow to stay in the reader’s mind, Kang's sparse descriptions generally cut through to essential social questions: How do traditions bind? Whom do they draw close, and whom do they suffocate? And when severed, what, if anything, is left to bind the fragile, desperate soul to its helplessly ephemeral container?
"The Japanese Lover" crafts characters that are profoundly compelling in their complex struggle to value love despite forces—youth and age, proximity and distance, society and self—beyond their control.
A constellation of characters—one man and 14 of the women in his life—and their interactions promise to stand at the fore of “Nine,” which runs Nov. 6-14 on the Loeb Mainstage.
The stories of "Upright Beasts," while momentarily interesting, bleed into one another with each turning of the page, rendering the overall work blurred and amorphous.
“References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot,” which runs Oct. 16-Oct.24 on the Loeb Mainstage, hopes to imbue complex real-world questions of love and loneliness with otherworldly elements of magic realism.
The new wing of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum illuminated at night during Third Thursdays: Roxbury & Jazz.
Our Roving Reporter speaks with attendees at last week's jazz-themed Third Thursday at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.