Harvard’s Mittal Institute 2020 Visiting Artist Fellows Shah Numair Ahmed Abbasi and Suhasini Kejriwal present their exhibition, Everyday Encounters. Reflecting on their personal accounts of documenting and engaging with rapidly changing South Asian cities and their people, the artists’ work explores the deeply personal issues of identity and culture in this region.
Klarman Hall, Harvard Business School, Batten Way, Boston
Organized in conjunction with the 2019–2020 exhibition supported by the C. Ludens Ringnes Sculpture Collection at Harvard Business School, the panel discussion "Women, Contemporary Art, and Business" will feature:
Bharti Kher, Artist
Ina Johannesen Dibley, CEO Ekebergparken/C. Ludens Ringnes Foundation, Oslo, Norway
Nora Lawrence, Senior Curator Storm King Art Center, New Windsor, NY
The panel discussion will explore a range of topics including public art and sculpture; the role of women artists, curators, and directors...
Harvard Business School, Klarman Hall, Batten Way, Boston
Join this thought-provoking talk by Arthur Brooks who distills 40 years and hundreds of social science research studies on happiness, into a surprising set of answers to questions like: What percentage of the population is happy? What brings us happiness? Who is happier, men or women? How much of happiness is genetically determine?
How can we pursue the surest path to happiness? Arthur has the answers.
The event will have a show opener featuring a performance by the Faculty band: Indie Folk rock, including: Mike Norton: vocals, guitar, bass ...
Scullers Jazz Club, 400 Soldiers Field Rd., Boston
Join Scullers Jazz Club for the Third Annual "Battle of the Big Bands" with the Harvard and Yale Jazz Orchestras with Special Guests, Saxophonists Wayne Escoffery and Yosvani Terry!
Harvard's Jazz Band has performed worldwide, including 2017 performances in Cuba, and past concerts have included tributes to Herbie Hancock, Benny Golson, and many other important jazz artists. Performers in these concerts have included Terri Lyne Carrington, Lionel Loueke, Harold Mabern, George Coleman, Don Braden, and more.
The Yale Jazz Ensemble, a seventeen-piece big band...
The Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet returns to the Harvard Ed Portal February 26 as part of their 2019-2020 season. Join us for an evening of classical music that explores 300 years of the string quartet genre, and its history of inspiring great composers to create their most personal and dynamic works. Covering a wide spectrum of artistic thought and expression, from humor and mysticism to a holy song of thanksgiving, the program will highlight select works from this exciting and unique medium. All are welcome!
Bright-Landry Hockey Center 65 N Harvard St, Allston
Women’s Hockey takes on St. Lawrence at 3pm at Bright-Landry Hockey Center. Game will be streamed on ESPN+. Fans will receive a Styrofoam LED stick. There will be free giveaways, contests, sign making, and much more!
This game will cover Graduate Student Day, Faculty/ Staff Day, Community Day, and Post-Game autographs.
Chuck-A-Puck will be sponsored by the Harvard University Employees Credit Union.
Tickets: $10 for adults, $5 for youth. Students receive free admission.
Join the Harvard Ed Portal for an exhibition reception for PARTLY CLOUDY.
Chris Sageman’s artwork revolves around the overwhelming and the confusing. In assembling segments of text, images, and abstract graphics, Sageman creates large-scale paintings that reflect the volume of visual information we consume on a daily basis. In PARTLY CLOUDY, Sageman presents a series of paintings that diagram our current moment. By isolating fractions of imagery in each diagram, the paintings serve as disjointed road maps that try to make sense of all the bits and pieces and...