The arts, of course, were not oblivious to the times. In fact, they took on a central role as symbols of, responses to, or celebrations of the moment. Today, they are monuments to their time.
The many elements of design — design as art, design in service of utility, designing an exhibition — took center stage for the Harvard Art Museum’s Curatorial Innovations Lecture.
“Symphony No. 3” thus emerges with moments dull and dry, as well as moments interesting and imaginative.
Action and nostalgia are something this film promises in full.
On Oct. 11, three Harvard professors came together to discuss the importance of and their experience with writing about black lives.
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