Harvard JAMS! this Wintersession

Pursue your creative passion, explore arts and entertainment career options, and learn from leading artists and arts professionals through the Office for the Arts’ January Arts and Media Seminars.

All offerings are free. Rolling enrollment; apply today!

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Ceramics Lecture Series

10/28: Our Community Lecture with fermentation expert Jeremy Ogusky

11/11: Visiting Scholar Lecture with Leslie Ferrin: “Made in China: The New Export Ware”

All lectures at 224 Western Avenue, Allston; free and open to the public.
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Photo of Leslie Ferrin by John Polak.

 

The Harvard Dance Project in LOOK UP


Choreographed by Dance Director Jill Johnson in collaboration with Harvard Dance Project student dancers, this dance installation aims to be an analog antidote to digital overload.

Attend for any length of time during this two-hour durational installation.

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Gallery 224


Current exhibition: ADORNED

October 20 – November 21, 2014
Reception: Thursday, October 30, 6–8 PM
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10 AM– 7 PM

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Fall Dance Courses: Pay-as-you-go option

Registration over but some courses still have space.
COST: $7 for undergraduate and graduate students, $10 for Harvard Community, per class (see link for participating classes) more information>

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trumpeter/composer WALLACE RONEY

Thursday, November 6, 4 PM:
A Conversation with Wallace Roney, moderated by Ingrid Monson.
Arts @ 29 Garden (at Chauncy Street). Admission free. more information>

Saturday, November 8, 8 PM:
“A Tribute to Miles Davis” featuring the Harvard Jazz Bands and guest artist Wallace Roney. Lowell Lecture Hall.
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Fall Dance Master Classes


10/30: Francesca Harper (Improv)

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The Harvard Band kicks off the Performance Fair at ARTS FIRST 2014.

Re-witnessing the "Hearts and Minds" of war

by Anita Lo '16
Filmmaker Peter Davis '57 discusses his Academy Award-winning documentary "Hearts and Minds" and the importance of remembering Vietnam 40 years later.
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At the keyboard with Jonathan Biss

by Jake Stepansky '17
Learning From Performers guest artist, pianist Jonathan Biss, talks about family influence, Beethoven and the MOOC mission.
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Former NEA chairman receives A.R.T. Brustein Award

by Brenna McDuffie '15
Producer and A.R.T. honoree Rocco Landesman: "Do something you're passionate about."
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    Ceramics Show & Sale

    Students performs in an art installation by Rossi Walter '14 during ARTS FIRST 2014.

    Dance Program: Fall 2014

    by Emily Vides
    With master classes, credit and co-curricular courses, and performances, Dance at Harvard has something for everyone this semester.
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    Learning From Performers: 2014-15

    by Tom Lee
    Actor/vocalist Carolee Carmello, jazz notables Regina Carter and Branford Marsalis, and pianist Jonathan Biss are on roster for OFA's visiting artist program.
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    OFA Ceramics Program hosts contemporary ceramic art exhibition

    by Ceramics
    Curated by Leslie Ferrin of Ferrin Contemporary, the group show runs through August 16.
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    Don't Miss Events

    Mother Courage and Her Children 10/30 - 11/1
    presented by: Office for the Arts, Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club
    location: Farkas Hall

    trumpeter/composer WALLACE RONEY 11/6 only
    presented by: Learning From Performers
    location: Arts @ 29 Garden St.

    Visiting Scholar Lecture with Leslie Ferrin: “Made in China: The New Export Ware” 11/11 only
    presented by: Ceramics Program
    location: Ceramics Studio

    Expressions: Experience 11/1
    presented by: Expressions Dance Company
    location: Lowell Lecture Hall

    Requiescat 11/1
    presented by: Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum & Radcliffe Choral Society
    location: Sanders Theatre

    Mother Courage and Her Children 10/30
    presented by: Office for the Arts, Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club
    location: Farkas Hall

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