Events

    MassQ Ball 2022: Origin | Making of Ceremonial Vessels

    Location: 

    Hemlock Hill and Conifer Collection, Arnold Arboretum, 125 Arborway, Boston

    Led by Bengali culture worker Pampi, this audience participatory workshop allows attendees to weave love letters into hand-crafted ceremonial vessels for their loved ones. Vessels will be fashioned out of natural materials sourced from the Arboretum grounds and displayed in the MassQ Ball on July 9.

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    Materials Lab Workshop: Cyanotypes

    Location: 

    Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St., Cambridge

    This workshop is inspired by the exhibition White Shadows: Anneliese Hager and the Camera-less Photograph, which explores the innovative camera-less photography of German artist Anneliese Hager (1904–1997). The exhibition is on view at the Harvard Art Museums through July 31, 2022.

    We will first gather in the galleries for an introduction to the exhibition by curator Lynette Roth, who will examine a selection of Hager’s works as well as those of her...

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    Summer Solstice Celebration 2022: Night at the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture

    Location: 

    Harvard Museums of Science & Culture, 11 Divinity Ave., Cambridge

    After a long hiatus, the annual Summer Solstice Celebration at the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture is back—in-person! Join us on the longest day of the year from 5:00–9:00 PM to explore—free of charge—the galleries and new exhibitions at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, the...

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    Gallery Talk: A Sweeping Panorama—Simon de Vlieger’s View of Weesp

    Location: 

    Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St., Cambridge

    Seventeenth-century artist Simon de Vlieger was one of many Dutch draftsmen who captured panoramas of the cities and towns that surrounded them. In his observed and accurate drawing of Weesp, a municipality located outside Amsterdam on the river Vecht, aspects of this recognizable view speak to larger questions of commerce and the environment. Join curatorial research associate Susan Anderson to discover these details within the broader artistic and cultural milieu of landscape drawing in the Dutch Republic.

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    Farmers’ Market at Harvard: Opening Day!

    Location: 

    Harvard Science Center Plaza, 1 Oxford St., Cambridge

    We are excited to announce that the Farmers' Market at Harvard will open on Tuesday, June 21! The Market will operate every Tuesday through October 25 on the Science Center Plaza.

    Grab your shopping bag and join us at the market every Tuesday—pick up freshly made pastries, a carton of strawberries, farm-fresh eggs, homemade granola, locally caught seafood, a...

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    2022 Oct 25

    Farmers' Market at Harvard

    Repeats every week every Tuesday until Tue Oct 25 2022 except Tue Aug 30 2022.
    11:30am to 5:30pm

    Location: 

    Science Center Plaza, 1 Oxford St., Cambridge

    Join us at the market every Tuesday from 11:30am-5:30pm (*no Market on 8/30), and help support the vital local farmers and food artisans who ensure we have fresh, healthy, safe food!

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    Rice: A Story of Africa and the Americas

    Location: 

    Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology, 11 Divinity Ave., Cambridge

    Rice: A Story of Africa and the Americas examines the legacy of rice cultivation in the Americas. Set within the Resetting the Table exhibition, this new mini-exhibit explores the essential African knowledge systems required to establish what became a thriving industry, the horrific human toll the Atlantic Slave Trade took to maintain it, and the vibrant, enduring culture of the Gullah Geechee, descendants of enslaved Africans whose basket making and coastal subsistence traditions continue today.

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    Gallery Talk: Unpacking a 120-Year-Old Zeiss Photographic Microscope

    Location: 

    Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St., Cambridge

    Curator Sara Schechner, from Harvard’s Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments, and Lynette Roth, curator of the Busch-Reisinger Museum, will team up to explore a 120-year-old Zeiss photographic microscope. The curators will look at the assemblage of its various parts and share with visitors what they tell us about how scientists work with such a microscope. Its diverse components, housed in a wooden case, reveal not only the technical challenges of taking photographs through a microscope lens, but also the instrument’s inherent social, cultural, and aesthetic connections....

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    Reconciling with our Historical Memory: Committing to HBCUs as Social Progression

    Location: 

    Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health & Office of Diversity & Inclusion—Online

    In honor of Juneteenth and the recent conversations around Harvard & The Legacy of Slavery, specifically the identified recommendation to Develop Enduring Partnerships with Black Colleges and Universities, the Office of Diversity & Inclusion welcomes Historian Theopolies J. Moton III.

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    The Bomb-itty of Errors

    Location: 

    Arborway Gate, Arnold Arboretum, 125 Arborway, Boston

    With four actors, a live DJ, and one of Shakespeare’s funniest comedies, The Bomb-itty of Errors by Jordan Allen-Dutton, Jason Catalano, Gregory J. Qaiyum, Jeffrey Qaiyum, and Erik Weiner is a hip-hop-opera that moves the crowd! Directed by Christopher V. Edwards and performed by Actors' Shakespeare Project against the historic brick backdrop of the Hunnewell Building, The Bomb-itty of Errors comes to the Arboretum during our 150th anniversary year. A modern remix of a well-loved classic, the play encapsulates the ethos of our sesquicentennial celebrations as we honor...

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    A global perspective on sustainable growth: A Q&A with Mamphela Ramphele

    Location: 

    The Studio at the Harvard Chan School—Online

    Mamphela Ramphele, the celebrated activist, physician, businesswoman, and political thinker, envisions a world that is equitable, sustainable, and peaceful. As co-president of The Club of Rome, Ramphele brings together leaders from around the globe to think through the urgent challenges of our day. In this Q&A, she'll discuss her vision, and she'll reflect on lessons learned from her remarkable career.

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    Askwith Education Forums: Writing About Resilience and Courage

    Location: 

    Harvard Graduate School of Education—Online

    In this Children’s Author Series event, the Askwith Education Forum will welcome Mona Golabek, author of The Children of Willesden Lane. These books, written for different age groups, are stories of courage, perseverance, and resilience, centered on how Lisa Jura, Mona’s mother and a teenage refugee, held on to her dreams, survived the Holocaust, and illustrated the power of music as a form of healing. The discussion will delve into the story behind the books, the process of writing for multiple age groups...

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    Dismantling Disinformation

    Location: 

    The Studio at Harvard Chan School—Online

    We’ve all seen the perils of disinformation. But how do we combat it? This panel will explore concrete proposals for dismantling disinformation in communities, on social media, and through public policy and regulation.

    Moderator:
    Brandy Zadrozny, Senior Reporter, NBC News

    Speakers:
    Dolores Albarracín, Alexandra Heyman Nash University Professor, University of Pennsylvania
    Vineet Arora, Dean for Medical Education, The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
    Raven Baxter...

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    Stoneroot Epistle Artists’ Talk: Regenerational Collaboration

    Location: 

    Arnold Arboretum, 125 Arborway, Boston

    Join artist Daina Swagerty and poet Joyce Swagerty for a conversation about Stoneroot Epistle, their artistic collaboration now on view at the Arboretum's Hunnewell Visitor Center. Their show invites us to contemplate our capacity for wonder through the lens of an acorn through the seasons. Select pages of vivid imagery and inspirational poetry offer a layered landscape exploring the movement of universal journey.

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    Take Your Place/Toma tu lugar

    Location: 

    Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology, 11 Divinity Ave., Cambridge

    Latino/a/x teens in the Hear Me Out/Escúchame project exhibit a group artwork that challenges stereotypes. What is important to know about Salvadoran or Honduran culture? What is overlooked in Mexican, Colombian, or Guatemalan culture? Drop in to see their response, and create “light-up” postcards or an art piece about your identity with simple art materials. Sketch and try other hands-on activities. Take your place with us and share how you want to be represented.

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    25th Annual Do It Your Damn Self!! National Youth Film Festival

    Location: 

    Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St., Cambridge

    Join us for the premiere screening of Community Art Center’s 25th Annual Do It Your Damn Self!! National Youth Film Festival, the longest-running youth film festival in the country. Come early for a musical performance by Lisa Bello and snacks in the Calderwood Courtyard. A panel discussion with the teen filmmakers will follow the screening.

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    2022 Jun 28

    Art Show | Meaningful Beauty: The Vibrant Vocabulary of Honeysuckles

    12:00pm to 4:00pm

    Location: 

    Hunnewell Building, Arnold Arboretum, 125 Arborway, Boston

    Enjoy a multimedia glimpse into how plants use visual signals to communicate with the world around them with Wendy Clement’s multimedia exhibition using the design initiatives of Chris Ault’s Interactive Multimedia class at The College of New Jersey. Now on view at the Arnold Arboretum’s Hunnewell Building.

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