Spotlights

Spotlight On: Brattle Street Chamber Players

October 9, 2011

  The Brattle Street Chamber Players are some of the silliest and most serious musicians on campus—and that’s the only way they’ll have it. They’re informal to the last: they rehearse in the Quincy Bullitt room, they have no conductor, and they claim to get most of their work done the week before the...

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A Place to Play: Informal Jams in Lowell House

March 30, 2011

Not enough music playing in your life? Haven’t had a chance to just jam in a while? Want to make some new musically-inclined friends in a relaxed environment? Just want to learn more about music? Consider joining Keerthi Reddy ’14 in the Lowell House band room on Wednesday nights for regular jams open to...

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Preview: Black Arts Festival 2011

March 2, 2011

Today, Thursday March 3rd, through Saturday March 5th , the Kuumba Singers and a wide range of other arts groups on campus will together present this year’s Black Arts Festival. The theme of the festival is “How it Feels to be Colored Me,” after the Zora Neale Hurston essay on when she felt “colored”...

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Sakata Afrika!

February 26, 2011

Projected photographs of eager Tanzanian students filled the back wall of Lowell Lecture Hall, as African beats mixed with the murmur of audience members waiting for the show to begin. Sakata Afrika!, presented by the Harvard College Alliance for Africa on Friday, February 11th at 7:30pm, featured impressive performances by Harvard student dance groups....

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Spotlight on University Choir’s Compline Service

November 30, 2010

On the first Thursday of every month, students and community members gather in Appleton Chapel to hear members of the University Choir sing the Compline service, traditionally the last monastic office of the evening. If the chapel is always a space where serenity is welcomed, this night it is even more so than usual....

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Who’s in the Woodshop: Inside the Carpenter Center with Walter Stanul

November 11, 2010

On the way to the Carpenter Center’s 4th floor studio, you may recognize his sawdust covered shirt while glancing through the small window of the woodshop, or you may know his friendly grin from having made that stretcher frame last year for the painting course.  If you haven’t frequented the Carpenter Center, though, there’s...

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Spotlight: Adams ARTSpace

October 20, 2010

The Adams ARTSpace is one campus treasure that is too often overlooked. The space is a series of old converted squash courts in Randolph courtyard, a remnant of Adams House’s pre-randomization quirky character. The ARTSpace’s function is unique: to bring together experienced artists, novices, and everyone in between. A well-stocked studio, accessible to all...

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Merritt Moore: A Semester with Boston Ballet

October 19, 2010

Taking a break one Sunday from her research in a Harvard physics lab, Merritt Moore ‘10/’11 generously spent one of her precious free moments talking with the Harvard Art Review about her experience taking a semester off from the College. She is currently dancing full-time as a company member with Boston Ballet in its...

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Join HAR! Applications Due: Sept 24th

September 20, 2010
Join HAR! Applications Due: Sept 24th

Apply to Join The Harvard Art Review is a  publication launched this past year reviewing and highlighting Harvard’s artistic community. The new publication aims to be an alternative to other publications that cover the arts on campus — covering a broader range of art and in more depth, with content written by people who are knowledgeable in their artistic...

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Fall 2010 Executive Board Announced

September 5, 2010
Fall 2010 Executive Board Announced

Hey HAR Readers, After a difficult deliberation process, we are excited to announce the Harvard Art Review Executive Board for Fall 2010! Jack Turban, Co-Editor-in-Chief Sara Mills, Co-Editor-in-Chief Emily Wilkinson, Managing Editor Pinar Gorgulu, Business Manager Katie Banks, Music Board Editor Chip Peinado, Music JBE Shiya Wang, TV/Film Board Editor Chase Russell, TV/Film JBE...

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