Events

    ARTS FIRST 2019

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    Harvard University

    Each ARTS FIRST festival is unique, but every year combines the exuberance of Harvard students, faculty and affiliates who are passionate about the many art forms presented in four rousing days of performances, exhibitions and community.

    Enjoy free, family-friendly performances, dance styles from around the world, public art walks, hands-on artmaking, and much more! We look forward to celebrating the artists of Harvard community with you during ARTS FIRST on May 2–5, 2019.

    Events include:

    • May 2,...
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    CrimsonPALOOZA 2: Harvard Women’s Lacrosse vs. Pennsylvania

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    Harvard Stadium, 65 North Harvard St., Allston

    Harvard Athletics will be hosting CrimsonPALOOZA 2 on Saturday, April 21 where Harvard's Womens Lacrosse team will face off with Pennsylvania. The Harvard and surrounding communities are invited to join us at Harvard Stadium to support the Crimson student-athletes and partake in a variety of activities. The day will feature food trucks, a beer garden, kids activities, music and much more!

    Note: Call 617-495-2211 to redeem free tickets for all Allston, Brighton, and Cambridge residents!

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    Lives Still in Limbo: UnDACAmented and Navigating Uncertain Futures

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    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave., Allston

    Join the Harvard Ed Portal and Professor Roberto Gonzales, professor of education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, for a faculty speaker presentation, Lives Still in Limbo: UnDACAmented and Navigating Uncertain Futures.

    Gonzales’ talk will draw from a seven-year national study assessing the impact of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. His findings have important implications for immigration policy and educational and community practice.

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    Cancelled | Visiting Scholar Lecture: Jane Cook

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    Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard, 224 Western Ave., Allston

    Please note: this event has been cancelled. 

    Join us for a special lecture about the science behind ceramics and glass with Dr. Jane Cook of the Corning Museum of Glass.

    Dr. Jane Cook is the Chief Scientist at the Corning Museum of Glass, and lectures widely on how science can inform artists' work. Jane is a materials engineer with 25 years of expertise in glass, metals, ceramics, and semiconductors, with a Ph.D. in Metalurgical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She worked 16 years in Corning corporate R&D, and is...

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    Visiting Artist Lecture with Julia Galloway

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    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave., Allston

    Join us for a lecture with Montana-based potter Julia Galloway. Her solo exhibition, The Endangered Species Project: New England is on view in the Ceramics Program's exhibition space, Gallery 224, through April 14, 2019. Julia Galloway's exhibition, Visiting Artist Lecture, and Workshop are part of the Ceramics Program's 50th Anniversary Celebration programming.

    Note: This lecture will be held at the Harvard Ed Portal at 224 Western Ave in Allston, directly next...

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    A Far Cry Presents: Sounds of the Universe

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    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave., Allston

    Three-time Grammy nominated chamber orchestra A Far Cry returns to the Harvard Ed Portal for a cross-disciplinary program that examines the power of gravity and space through a musical lens. Join A Far Cry for an open rehearsal and discussion, in which the ensemble will preview their upcoming concert, Gravity at Jordan Hall, provide a window into their uniquely democratic rehearsal process, and explore the science behind music and the sounds of the universe with MIT theoretical particle physicist and gravitational-wave expert Jesse Thaler.

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    Advanced Film Screening: The Pursuit

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    Spangler Auditorium, Harvard Business School, Batten Way, Boston

    Please join the Harvard Business School Free Enterprise Club for an exclusive advance screening of the upcoming film The Pursuit. The film premieres in cities across America the week of April 28th, however we are pleased to provide you with an advance showing.

    The Pursuit features Arthur Brooks as he crosses three continents in search of the secrets to a happier, more prosperous world, starting with those at the margins of society.

    This screening will include an introduction and remarks by AEI President Arthur Brooks. Snacks and refreshments will be provided...

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    Bark at the Park: Harvard Baseball and Softball

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    O’Donnell and Soldiers Field, 65 North Harvard St., Allston

    Bring your dog to enjoy the Crimson doubleheader as both the Harvard Baseball and Softball teams play! All dogs will receive a free Harvard Athletics Dog Bandana!

    Note: No registration required.

    Exhibition: The Bauhaus Studio: Primary Materials and Secondary Sources

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    Crossings Gallery, Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave., Allston

    In connection with the centennial celebrations of the Bauhaus, one of the most influential schools of art, architecture, and design of the early 20th century, a two-part exhibition, The Bauhaus Studio, highlights the legacy of the Bauhaus today through artistic responses by Harvard students. Primary Materials at the Harvard Ed Portal features single-material investigations that reactivate exercises pioneered within the Bauhaus’s Vorkurs (Preliminary Course). Secondary Sources at the ArtLab brings together research-based artworks developed through...

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    Ceramics Community Scholarship–Summer 2019

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    Ceramics Studio, 224 Western Ave., Allston

    The Harvard Ed Portal and the Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard are proud to announce one joint scholarship for a 8-10 week course at the Ceramics studio for summer 2019. Any Allston-Brighton resident, who is at least 18 years old, is eligible to apply. No prior ceramics experience is needed.

    The scholarship covers the cost of registration and materials for one course. The recipient is responsible for payment of a $40 registration fee. A full list of summer courses will be posted shortly on the...

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    A Conversation About Art, Music and Social Justice

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    Klarman Hall, Harvard Business School, Kresge Way, Boston

    Deborah Borda, President of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, and renowned cellist, Yo-Yo Ma, will engage in a wide-ranging conversation about “Art, Music, and Social Justice.” The panel discussion will be moderated by Harvard Business School Professors Rohit Deshpandé and Henry McGee.

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    Exhibition Reception: Partition Perspectives

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    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave, Allston

    Join the Harvard Ed Portal for a reception to celebrate the latest Crossings Gallery exhibition, Partition Perspectives. The 1947 Partition of British India displaced millions of people along religious lines and led to the creation of two new countries: Pakistan and India. In this exhibition, Mahbub Jokhio and Krupa Makhija, Spring 2019 Visiting Artist Fellows at Harvard’s Lakshmi Mittal and Family South Asia Institute, reflect on the impact of the partition. Their work explores the...

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    A.R.T. New Year Celebration

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    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave, Allston

    The American Repertory Theater and the Harvard Ed Portal welcome you to a day of performances, workshops, and community. Inspired by A.R.T.'s upcoming productions of Endlings, Dragon Cycle, and Clairvoyance, this event uplifts the voices of Asian-Pacific Islander (API) artists. Join A.R.T. artists Celine Song (Endlings playwright), Sara Porkalob (Dragon Cycle), and Diana Oh (Clairvoyance), as well as local artists...

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    Wise and Young

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    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave, Allston

    Join the Harvard Ed Portal for the premiere of new music by violinist Jeffrey Young and percussionist Peter Wise. Inspired by jazz, electronic, and classical music, these collaborative creations were developed over two months through a process of improvisation, recording, and revision. Following the concert, the musicians will discuss their music and development process with the audience.

    This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council.

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    Harvard Careers in Construction Information Session

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    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave, Allston

    Are you considering a career in the building trades but don't have any experience? The Harvard Careers in Construction Program (HCCP) provides training, resources, mentoring, work experience, and job search assistance in preparation for the Building Pathways Program and Building Trade Apprenticeships. HCCP aims to help participants secure gainful, long-term employment in the construction industry. Join us for an information session to learn more and apply!

    Note: You must be an Allston, Brighton or Cambridge resident or Ed Portal member to participate....

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    Harvard Careers in Construction: Information Session #1

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    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave, Allston

    Are you considering a career in the building trades but don't have any experience? The Harvard Careers in Construction Program (HCCP) provides training, resources, mentoring, work experience, and job search assistance in preparation for the Building Pathways Program and Building Trade Apprenticeships. HCCP aims to help participants secure gainful, long-term employment in the construction industry. Join us for an information session to learn more and apply!

    Note: You must be an Allston, Brighton or Cambridge resident or Ed Portal member to participate...

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    Through Fish Eyes: A Work-in-Progress Showing by Prakriti Dance

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    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave, Allston

    The Harvard Ed Portal is proud to present segments of Prakriti Dance’s upcoming production Through Fish Eyes, which utilizes the dynamic classical Indian dance form Bharata Natyam to create awareness about dwindling marine ecosystems. Following the performance, audience members are invited to participate in a reflection facilitated by Shari Tishman of the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Project Zero research center. 

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    Lecture with Lisa Oram on Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program

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    Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard, 224 Western Ave, Allston

    We are pleased to welcome Lisa Oram, Director of Marketing & Communications at Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program in Williamsburg, Massachusetts to the Ceramics Program to give a presentation about the range of opportunities Snow Farm offers for artists of all ages.

    Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program is a nonprofit residential craft school located on a historic New England farm in Williamsburg, MA. Snow Farm offers 2- to 5-day workshops for teens and adults in ceramics, glass, mosaics, metal, wood, fiber, and 2D/mixed media. In July, the...

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