Events

    Kick-Off the ArtLab: Opening Celebration

    Location: 

    Harvard ArtLab, 140 N. Harvard St., Allston

    Join the Harvard ArtLab, Harvard’s new laboratory for art and research, for an opening celebration on September 21! Allston-based tap dance company Subject: Matter will kick off the celebration with a performance beginning promptly at 10:00am accompanied by a live jazz band. Visitors can have their portrait taken by Boston-based photographer OJ Slaughter and experience the ArtLab’s sound studio and A*, the multi-channel art installation by Harvard Film Study Center Fellow Andy Graydon.

    This event is free and open to the public!

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    Exhibition Reception: Cross Country

    Location: 

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

    Join the Harvard Ed Portal for an exhibition reception for Cross Country. In her first exhibition since moving from Minneapolis to Boston in 2018, Anda Tanaka explores the question of what happens to an artist’s work when her environment changes. Cross Country features two sets of abstract landscapes: prints and paintings she created in previous years while based in the Midwest, and a new series of drawings made since arriving in Boston. Contrasting these two bodies of work, Tanaka reveals the ongoing and inexorable dialogue between an artist and her environment, an...

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    Visiting Artist Lecture: Crystal Morey

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

    Join us in welcoming Crystal Morey to the Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard to talk about her work in porcelain. Morey’s porcelain sculptures narrate the interdependence between humans, plants, and animals while cultivating empathy for our changing world.

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    Kogei-Kyoto Ceramic Artist Demonstrations

    Location: 

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

    The Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard is proud to host four influential ceramic artists from the artists group, Kogei-Kyoto crafts collective of Kyoto, Japan. Two simultaneous artist demonstrations in the morning by Makimasa Imai and Takehiro Kato and two demonstrations in the afternoon by Teruko Ide and Ryozo Shibata will give registered participants the opportunity to appreciate the range of techniques used by these artists.

    Cost: 
    Adult Community enrolled in a Fall 2019 course at the Ceramics Program: $50
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    Exhibition: Cross Country

    Location: 

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

    In her first exhibition since moving from Minneapolis to Boston in 2018, Anda Tanaka explores the question of what happens to an artist’s work when her environment changes. Cross Country features two sets of abstract landscapes: prints and paintings she created in previous years while based in the Midwest, and a new series of drawings made since arriving in Boston. Contrasting these two bodies of work, Tanaka reveals the ongoing and inexorable dialogue between an artist and her environment, an evolution made manifest in the materiality of her work.

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    Harvard Men’s Water Polo vs. Cal Lutheran, McKendree

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    Blodgett Pool, 65 North Harvard St., Boston

    Harvard Men’s Water Polo faces off in a double header action in their first home opener of the season. The first game starts at 10am against Cal Lutheran at the Blodgett Pool. The second game will take place at 2:15pm against McKendree at the Blodgett Pool. Both games will be streamed on ESPN+.

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    Lecture & Exhibition Reception: Devitrified

    Location: 

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

    Join Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard for a lecture with Colby Charpentier, 2018–19 Artist In Residence, as he discusses the work he developed during his residency. Charpentier has created work that explores the question “What if we took clay out of the vessel and glaze was all that remained? And what does it mean to replicate a 3-D printing process by hand? The result is ceramic: glass, devitrified.”

    Immediately following the lecture will be the opening reception of Devitrified, Charpentier's solo exhibition.

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    The Marks Project: A Dictionary of American Ceramics, 1946–Present

    Location: 

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

    The Marks Project is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit creating the first online research hub for American studio ceramics. This is a searchable, online database of American studio ceramic makers working from 1945 onward and their marks, signatures, back stamps, and more.

    Learn about how you can contribute content to The Marks Project database or use it as a research tool. On September 6, join the Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard for a presentation with Martha Vida, Executive Director of The Marks Project.

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    Exhibition Reception: The Waste Land on Earth?

    Location: 

    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave., Allston

    Unbound Visual Arts (UVA) and the Harvard Ed Portal’s Crossings Gallery are proud to present their newest exhibition: The Waste Land on Earth? This innovative exhibition explores the impacts of a constant cycle of consumption on landscapes and communities. UVA guest curator Caitlin Bowler invited artists to respond to a world shaped by this mindset of disposability.

    Participating artists:
    Agusta Agustsson, Lani Asuncion, Nancer Ballard, Jennifer Costello, Nancy Crasco, Gary Duehr, Mary Gillis, Lynda Goldberg, Muriel Horvath, Tom Jackson, Amy Kelly, Elizabeth...

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    Exhibition: The Waste Land on Earth?

    Location: 

    Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave., Allston

    Unbound Visual Arts (UVA) and the Harvard Ed Portal’s Crossings Gallery are proud to present their newest exhibition: The Waste Land on Earth? This innovative exhibition explores the impacts of a constant cycle of consumption on landscapes and communities. UVA guest curator Caitlin Bowler invited artists to respond to a world shaped by this mindset of disposability.

    Participating artists:
    Agusta Agustsson, Lani Asuncion, Nancer Ballard, Jennifer Costello, Nancy Crasco, Gary Duehr, Mary Gillis, Lynda Goldberg, Muriel Horvath, Tom Jackson, Amy Kelly,...

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    Exhibition Reception: Mary Roettger

    Location: 

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

    Join the Ceramics Program—Office for the Arts at Harvard for a free exhibition reception for Mary Roettger.

    This exhibition of work by Mary Roettger (1956-2017) honors and commemorates a former Ceramics Program instructor and artist in residence. Mary was a gifted teacher, who inspired beginning and advanced students with challenging, in-depth projects which expanded their expressive potential and technical abilities. In homage to the breadth and depth of Mary’s teaching and creative practice, this exhibition will present a wide range of her work so that students...

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