Accepting features, pilots, and shorts to the annual Harvardwood Writers Competition has opened. Early Deadline: June 30th | Regular Deadline: July 31st.
Upcoming Harvardwood Summer Internship Program events for current undergrads are the July 22nd visit to the Broad Museum and the July 28th Panel & Mixer at The Mission Entertainment. Stay tuned for more!
CATCH UP ON YOUR READING
Harvardwood joins forces with the Harvard Club of Southern California to head to the Hollywood Bowl this summer for a screening of the first Harry Potter™ movie, while the score is performed live by the L.A. Phil!
The Harry Potter™ film series is one of those once-in-a-lifetime cultural phenomena that continues to delight millions of fans around the world. This concert will feature the Los Angeles Philharmonic performing every note from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone™. Audiences will be able to relive the magic of the film in high-definition on a giant screen while hearing the orchestra perform John Williams’ unforgettable score.
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- HOW TO GET TO THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL (Park-and-Ride and Bowl Shuttle highly recommended)
- BOWL AREA MAP
- After you register, you will receive information about the meeting point to pick up your ticket(s).
Violinist Francesca Anderegg '04 invites Harvardwood members to this concert celebrating the release of her latest cd. You can get full info and buy tickets at
Please join CLA as we present Bay Area Attorney and photographer Amitai Schwartz. This workshop will address legal issues in connection with the creation, use, and sale of photographic images, including ownership, reproduction and manipulation, copyright, invasion of privacy, and First Amendment rights. Special attention will be given to internet related issues for photographers.
Presenter: Amitai Schwartz is a lawyer in private practice with over 40 years experience. He previously worked as a staff attorney at the ACLU of Northern California. He is an active photographer and has led this workshop on behalf of CLA since 2006.
Jointly organized by SFWA and C.L.A. San Francisco Women Artists (SFWA), founded in 1887, is an historic nonprofit arts organization that continues to support, promote, and exhibit the works of talented Bay Area women artists. SFWA hosts monthly juried shows, showcasing paintings, photography, ceramics, sculpture, and jewelry created by member artists. SFWA collaborates with other nonprofits, offers student internships, and hosts community events. New membership applications are invited.
Harvardwood is currently looking for an undergraduate student who is eligible for the Federal Work Study Program to assist with weekly administrative duties and other projects as needed. All work can be done online, and the hours (6-10 per week) are very flexible.
This is a great way to learn more about Harvardwood, the programming we offer across our nationwide chapters, and other opportunities that undergraduates and alumni can enjoy. It's a particularly great position for someone interested in exploring the arts, media, and entertainment after graduation!
Last fall, we awarded Harvardwood Heroes grants of $500 each to Harvard alums and Harvardwood members who are dedicated to using the arts to engage in meaningful service with four organizations worldwide. Now that it's been half a year since we selected our Heroes, we caught up with them recently to find out how the Harvardwood Heroes grant has impacted their amazing and diverse community service projects.