Panel Discussion

  • 2019 Oct 16

    Almost Lost Arts: Traditional Crafts and the Artisans Keeping Them Alive

    6:00pm

    Location: 

    Geological Lecture Hall, 24 Oxford St., Cambridge

    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...

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  • 2019 Oct 17

    Judy Chicago Research Portal Launch

    4:00pm

    Location: 

    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.

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  • 2019 Oct 18

    Behind the Broadway Baton

    4:00pm to 5:30pm

    Location: 

    Farkas Hall, 12 Holyoke St., Cambridge

    How does the music of musical theater get made? What are the elements of a strong musical theater song? What does a music director do? Who better to ask than three recent alumni who are working professionals in the musical theater world of Broadway!

    Isaac Alter '16, Cynthia Meng '15 and Madeline Smith '14 will join Dana Knox, OFA production coordinator for college theater, for a conversation about the creativity behind the music and the process of putting together a show through the music.

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  • 2019 Oct 25

    Making the Cut: Promises and Challenges of Gene Editing

    9:00am to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Knafel Center, 10 Garden St., Cambridge

    Gene editing holds extraordinary promise but also raises serious legal and ethical issues. In this science symposium, leading scientists, clinicians, and ethicists will explore case studies of particular therapies and the legal and bioethical implications of gene editing.

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  • 2019 Oct 29

    Women in Sports, Leadership, and Empowerment

    6:30pm to 8:00pm

    Location: 

    Klarman Hall, Harvard Business School, Kresge Way, Boston

    Despite the improvements over the years in reaching greater gender equity, women still face numerous obstacles. Sports provide women with an amazing opportunity to learn to navigate and overcome these obstacles. Join us for an engaging discussion which will cover strategies to handle adversity and touch on topics such as leadership, confidence, and taking initiative to make positive changes in your career and beyond.

    Learn from these leaders in sports, who will share the barriers they’ve overcome and the lessons they’ve learned from sports to inspire and empower women of today...

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  • 2019 Oct 30

    A Far Cry Presents: The Golden Age of Film Noir

    7:00pm to 8:30pm

    Location: 

    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 exploration of Film Noir. Experience a whole evening of music written at the heydey of the Hollywood era: sumptuous, deeply felt, and acquainted with darkness, even psychosis.

    Join A Far Cry for an open rehearsal and discussion that will preview the ensemble’s upcoming concert, American Noir, explore popular films of the era, and shed light on the composers behind the music: Jewish immigrants whose style set the tone for a generation of film music that...

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  • 2019 Nov 04

    The Intersection of Music, Medicine, and Innovation with Longwood Symphony

    7:00pm to 8:30pm

    Location: 

    Klarman Hall, Harvard Business School, Kresge Way, Boston

    Enjoy a performance by the Longwood Symphony conducted by Ronald Feldman followed by a panel discussion by some of the Musical Medical Stars! The panel discussion will be around the intersection between Music and Medicine and Innovation.

    Panelists:

    Lisa Wong, MD (violin); Milton Pediatric Associates, HMS, CHB, MGH, BWH; Assistant Co-Director, Arts and Humanities Initiative at Harvard Medical School

    Leonard Zon, MD (trumpet); Director, Stem Cell Program, Boston Children’s Hospital; Grousbeck...

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