First 75 to RSVP to our Dec. 14th HOLIDAY HURRAH will get a free drink ticket!
Before 2017 ends, make a gift to Harvardwood so we can sustain and expand our programming next year!
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Cost: FREE, but you must RSVP below, and you MUST bring something to eat or drink to be admitted!
We have a special Priority Registration Period for dues-paying Harvardwood members and their guests through Thursday November 30. NOTE: Registration is now open to all who work in, or are passionate about,the Arts, Media, and Entertainment!
The wind is blowing. The temperature is dropping. Who can be hot in December? WE CAN! That's right--it's time for our Hot in December Happy Harvardwood HOLIDAY PARTY!! And this will be a great one, and a wonderful opportunity for you to meet more of our incredibly smart, sexy, and scintillating Harvardwood members! Major jubilation alert!
And although we, all by ourselves, are more than special enough, the location will be special as well! We're being hosted again by one of New York's smartest and most sophisticated non-profit (no selling) art venues, the wonderful AC Institute.
Admission is free, but you must bring something to eat or drink! Wine, beer, salad, chicken, cheese, pizza, pasta, brownies--everything will be welcome! Things that are real FOOD (as opposed to chips and such) will be especially appreciated. Harvardwood members are HUNGRY people!
If you work in, or are passionate about, the Arts, Media, and Entertainment, join our celebration!
See you there!
Special thanks to the AC Institute for hosting us! Also, special thanks to Andy Goodwin and the Plymouth Hill Foundation!
Three hurrahs for Harvardwood! Come revel in holiday cheer and happy festivities with your fellow Harvardwood members, friends, and volunteers on December 14th. This year, we'll be at The Parlor on Melrose, where you'll rub shoulders with entertainment's favorite Harvard alums. One free drink ticket per person to the first 75 people to RSVP!
Regular tickets now through Dec. 13th
$20 per Member or Friend // $25 all others
Food will be available for purchase. Cash bar.
In addition to the holiday festivities, join Harvardwood Helps in a toy drive for the holidays! The Los Angeles County Fire Department's "Spark of Love" drive collects new toys and sports equipment for the Department of Children and Family Services for distribution to the foster children of Los Angeles County. Any remaining toys are then distributed to non-profit charitable organizations within Los Angeles County. New, unused, unwrapped toys and sports equipment for every age are appreciated. Every year, however, there is an extra need for "Toys for Teens" and "Infant Toys. 1 DONATED NEW TOY = 1 RAFFLE TICKET
You can also get a jumpstart on your holiday shopping while celebrating. We are hosting our annual holiday silent auction in support of the Harvardwood Fund. Auction items, which will be featured at the holiday party for in-person bidding, include one-on-one lunches with industry VIPs, autographed feature film scripts, unique film/TV memorabilia, gift certificates, museum/show tickets... the list goes on and on.
Need a ride to/from the party and new to Uber? Use the following link to claim a free ride:
Members, Register Here
Purchase tickets $20.00 Members & Friends
*If you can't access the Members/Friends link above, make sure you're logged in. If you ARE logged in and still can't access the member RSVP page, then your membership has lapsed. Renew as a Full Member or Friend.
Harvardwood Heads To... CONTEMPORARY CONFRONTATIONS IN ART AND ARCHITECTURE: PANEL DISCUSSION AND BOOK SIGNING
How does the architecture of the museum drive new relationships between artists, architects, curators, and their diverse audiences? Join artist Rachel Rose and award-winning architects Preston Scott Cohen, Gerald M. McCue Professor in Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and Florian Idenburg, cofounder of architecture firm SO – IL, for a panel discussion about contemporary art and architecture.
Moderated by Troy Conrad Therrien, Curator, Architecture and Digital Initiatives, the panelists will discuss the ways in which these critical dialogues are transforming museums and cultivating new projects. The conversation will highlight the pioneering projects of Cohen and Idenburg—most notably the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at the University of California, Davis—and Rose’s video installations within museum contexts.
A reception and book signing will follow the discussion. Copies of SO – IL’s first-ever publication Solid Objectives: Order, Edge, Aura and Preston Scott Cohen’s Lightfall: Genealogy of a Museum: Herta and Paul Amir Building, Tel Aviv Museum of Art will be available for sale.
Tickets: $12, $10 members, $5 students
Presented with Tel Aviv Museum of Art American Friends, Harvard Graduate School of Design and Harvard Alumni Architecture and Urban Society
Scrambling to think of the perfect gift idea for the artist, writer, filmmaker, musician in your life? Look no further! Now you can purchase Harvardwood gift certificates for a year (or more) of Harvardwood membership, event tickets (e.g., admission to three masterclasses in 2018), the Writers Competition application fee, or the new Script Review Service, to name a few examples. Ready to give the gift of Harvardwood this year? Contact us to tell us what "item" you want to gift, or we can also help you put together the ultimate Harvardwood gift package!
Mark your calendars now: our 2017 Holiday Silent Auction goes live on Friday, Dec. 15th and will end on Monday, Dec. 18th! Bids will be accepted online AND by text. When the auction page goes live in a couple of weeks, you'll get all the instructions on how to place bids on your computer or mobile device.