Visual Arts

Politics of Film
College

Politics of Film

Academy Award-winning director and producer Irwin Winkler spoke with moderator Brandon Terry about politics of film Friday at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum.

Student Tour Guides
College

Student Tour Guides

Student Tour Guides
Visual Arts

For Many, Student Tour Guides are the Face of Art Museums

Since re-opening in November 2014, the Museums have employed undergraduates from various academic disciplines to dig deeper into the the collections and lead heavily-researched tours of the artworks on display.

Visual Arts

Installation Portrays Modernity as Apocalyptic

Drawing inspiration from the March 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, a large, outdoor audio-visual art installation sponsored by the Harvard University Committee on the Arts portrays modernity through a chaotic, apocalyptic lens.

"Where Do We Go From Here?"
Visual Arts

"Where Do We Go From Here?"

A triangular plexiglass column covered in cutouts of the University report on sexual assault stands in Ticknor Lounge on Tuesday. The column is one of 12 placed in common spaces around campus as part of an interactive art project produced by Devon M. Guinn ’17 and Delfina S. Martinez-Pandian ’17.

Harvard Student Art Show
Visual Arts

Harvard Student Art Show

Abena Duker 18'-19' examines photographs at the Harvard Student Art Show, which ran from Friday through Sunday at 29 Garden Street.

Inflatable Art
Visual Arts

Inflatable Art

Passersby admire the 23-foot-tall inflatable sculpture of fruit that was recently installed in Faneuil Hall as part of an MFA exhibit. The fruit is the work of artist Choi Jeong Hwa and is part of the “Megacities Asia” exhibit that runs through July 17th.

The VR Experience
Visual Arts

Harvard College Film Festival’s Blockbuster Year Heralds Growth

The HCFF has grown remarkably over its brief lifespan, and its explosive expansion underscores the organization’s potential to serve as a focal point and forum for discussion among film-makers and film aficionados alike.

Bow & Arrow Press
On Campus

Bow & Arrow Press

A man turns the press handle to print out a poster. The Bow & Arrow Press, located in the basement of Adams House B entryway, had a Open Press Night on Wednesday.

Wadsworth Commemoration
Crime

Photos of the Day 04.06.16

Faculty Meeting at University Hall
Visual Arts

'Harvard Time' Could End By Fall 2018

Two pending proposals suggest to eliminate the unofficial seven-minute grace period between classes starting as early as fall 2018, in anticipation of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’s move to its new Allston campus in 2020.

 Megacities: “Super-Natural”
On Campus

Contemporary Art and Cities Intersect in 'Megacities Asia'

"Megacities Asia," exploring issues of contemporary urbanism through large-scale installations, opened at the Museum of Fine Arts.

Visual Arts

Allston Move Could Mean the End of 'Harvard Time'

At Tuesday’s monthly meeting of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Dean of Undergraduate Education Jay M. Harris will give a presentation summarizing the work of a task force charged with suggesting course scheduling changes in anticipation of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’s move to Allston in 2020.

Megacities: "Temperature"
Visual Arts

Megacities: "Temperature"

“Temperature,” by Yin Xiuzhen.

Megacities: “Take Off Your Shoes and Wash Your Hands”
Visual Arts

Megacities: “Take Off Your Shoes and Wash Your Hands”

“Take Off Your Shoes and Wash Your Hands,” by Subodh Gupta