Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Knafel Center, 10 Garden St., Cambridge
This event is to celebrate the launch of a collaborative project, the Judy Chicago Research Portal, and to discuss the role of portals in providing access to feminist art archives.
The Judy Chicago Portal will be presented, challenges in the technology of portal development will be discussed, and Christina Schlesinger and Judy Chicago will discuss the importance of preserving feminist art archives.
What does it mean to be a maker, artist, or artisan in the twenty-first century? In her new book, Almost Lost Arts (Chronicle Books, 2019), Emily Freidenrich explores the work of twenty artisans from points worldwide who practice their craft using traditional techniques and analog technologies.
Three Boston-based artists who specialize in calligraphy and handmade signs will engage in a conversation with Freidenrich and museum curator Narayan Khandekar to discuss the rewards and challenges of using slow, intentional processes in a fast-paced digital world, and to...
This panel examines the remarkable achievements of the great violinist David Oistrakh (1908-1974). Born and raised in Odessa, Oistrakh became one of the 20th century’s preeminent musical virtuosi. He collaborated with leading musicians and composers of his time, among them Aram Khachatourian and Dmitri Shostakovich.
Panelists will include: Oleh Krysa (Ukrainian-American Violinist; University of Rochester) and Harlow Robinson (Northeastern University). Moderated by Maxim D. Shrayer (Boston College; Davis Center).
Harvard Dance Center, 66 Garden St., Cambridge, MA
A panel discussion with Professor Michael Stein, Executive Director of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability and one of the world’s leading experts on disability law and policy; Heidi Latsky, dancer, choreographer, and artistic director of Heidi Latsky Dance, a physically-integrated dance company; Tiffany Geigel, dancer with Heidi Latsky Dance; Dr. Debra Levine, Director of Undergraduate Studies and Lecturer on Theater, Dance & Media; and other Harvard faculty. This event is free and open to the public. Online registration is required due to...
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Knafel Center, 10 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
This conference will explore the ways in which contemporary notions of disability are linked to concepts of citizenship and belonging. Leaders in advocacy, education, medicine, and politics will consider how ideas of community at the local, national, and international levels affect the understanding of and policies related to disability—and how this has manifested itself, in particular, in higher education.
Gund Hall, Piper Auditorium, Room 105, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA
Please join us for a conversation between visual artists Fritz Haeg and Nils Norman and Julieta González, Artistic Director of Museo Jumex. They will discuss their recent project Proposals for a Plaza at Museo Jumex. Proposals for a Plaza was commissioned as part of the series Agora: Blueprints for a Utopia, and the temporary sculptural installation invites the public to imagine and...
Gund Hall, Stubbins Room 112 48 Quincy Street Cambridge, MA 02138
Taking The Open University's Course A305 as a starting point, this panel discussion will interrogate the role of online learning in the future of architecture education. Participants include Lisa Haber-Thomson, K. Michael Hays,...
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Knafel Center, 10 Garden Street, Cambridge
What do millennial feminists want? This panel invites rising artists, thinkers, and organizers to share their visions of gender equality for the 21st century. Panelists will reflect on their art and activism in the service of intersecting and sometimes competing feminisms. They’ll also discuss the ways they do—and don’t—engage the legacy of their 19th- and 20th-century foremothers as they work to move society forward.
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Gund Hall, Piper Auditorium, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge
The two-day symposium will include panel discussions and scholarly presentations that showcase new research on Pei’s manifold contributions to the built environment. Notable alumni from Pei’s office, including William Pedersen, will discuss the emergence of a new kind of architectural practice in the postwar era.... Read more about Rethinking Pei: A Centenary Symposium