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CATCH UP ON YOUR READING
This spring, Theater, Dance & Media presents Caryl Churchill's Far Away, a dystopian drama that examines the effects of war, punishment, and retribution when a government seeks to manipulate it’s citizens through fear, distrust, and corruption. In war, what is ultimately good and what is right, and can we tell the difference through our bias?
Five performances: April 26-30, 2017
Ticket Prices: Full Price: $10.00; Students: $5.00; Harvard ID: $5.00
Note: Seating for this event is on the stage of the venue.
Members of the Harvardwood Boston/On-Campus chapter are invited to help us celebrate the 25th anniversary of Arts First Weekend at Harvard and the students who make it happen!
Please join us at John Harvard's from 5-7pm on Friday, April 28th. Harvardwood's Executive Director, Dona Le, will be in attendance to answer any questions you might have about Harvardwood and our events and programs.
RSVP below so that we know you're coming! Friends are welcome; cash bar.Exhibition Apr 28–May 26, 2017 Level 1 + Level 3, Sert Gallery Opening Reception Fri, Apr 28, 5 pm Level 1 For many Visual and Environmental Studies students, the Senior Thesis is the capstone experience in the department. Students conceive their theses in conjunction with the department and work closely with faculty members as principal advisers. Throughout the yearlong process, students develop and refine their ideas into a thesis work, concluding with its presentation in this annual exhibition is the title of the 2017 Senior Thesis exhibition. Selected collectively by the students for their group exhibition, the title refers to the tensions at play between the material spaces of the gallery and studio and that of the psychological space of the creative process. Presence is questioned as the sites of art making become manifold from concept to production to presentation.
If you're involved in a film that will be screened at Cannes this year, let us know so we can share screening info with the Harvardwood community!
Apply to be one of ten new immigrants and refugees from the Boston area to learn documentary filmmaking!
Each participate will produce his or her own short film about the challenges faced or the contributions made by their community. Your film will be screened across the country to inform public opinion and influence decision makers about the experiences of new immigrants and refugees.