Arts & Culture

Spanning museum exhibitions to live performances and hands-on art-making activities, Harvard regularly brings arts and culture opportunities—from across the country and around the world—to its neighbors in Boston, Cambridge, and across Massachusetts.

Upcoming Events

2021 Aug 09

Virtual Summer Science Week: Awesome Archaeology!

Repeats every day until Fri Aug 13 2021 .
9:30am to 10:30am

Location: 

Harvard Museum of Natural History—Online

For children entering grades 4–6

Fees: $63 members/$70 nonmembers

Instructor: Andy Majewski

Hear from people from 4000 years ago by looking at the objects they left behind. Meet the ancient Egyptians, Maya, Mesopotamians, and others through live, small-group Zoom sessions, and explore how objects in the museums tell their stories. Together, we’ll try some archaeology activities, use 3D models and augmented reality, and discover hidden objects within the exhibits of...

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2021 Aug 10

Virtual Summer Science Week: Awesome Archaeology!

9:30am to 10:30am

Location: 

Harvard Museum of Natural History—Online

For children entering grades 4–6

Fees: $63 members/$70 nonmembers

Instructor: Andy Majewski

Hear from people from 4000 years ago by looking at the objects they left behind. Meet the ancient Egyptians, Maya, Mesopotamians, and others through live, small-group Zoom sessions, and explore how objects in the museums tell their stories. Together, we’ll try some archaeology activities, use 3D models and augmented reality, and discover hidden objects within the exhibits of...

Read more about Virtual Summer Science Week: Awesome Archaeology!
2021 Aug 11

Virtual Summer Science Week: Awesome Archaeology!

9:30am to 10:30am

Location: 

Harvard Museum of Natural History—Online

For children entering grades 4–6

Fees: $63 members/$70 nonmembers

Instructor: Andy Majewski

Hear from people from 4000 years ago by looking at the objects they left behind. Meet the ancient Egyptians, Maya, Mesopotamians, and others through live, small-group Zoom sessions, and explore how objects in the museums tell their stories. Together, we’ll try some archaeology activities, use 3D models and augmented reality, and discover hidden objects within the exhibits of...

Read more about Virtual Summer Science Week: Awesome Archaeology!
More Events

Tef Poe: artist, activist, and fellow

In this episode, Tef Poe, a hip-hop artist and activist from St. Louis and a 2017–2018 Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow at the Hiphop Archive & Research Institute at the Hutchins Center, is interviewed. Tef Poe talks about the relationship between activism and music, making music at this moment in history, and about his work at the Charles Warren Center at Harvard, where he was a 2016–2017 American Democracy Project Fellow. The podcast also features his live show at the Harvard Ed Portal in Allston, which included music off his latest album, “Black Julian,” as well as a song from the St. Louis group The Knuckles.

Read about Tef Poe's Allston show in the Harvard Gazette.