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Photographer Matika Wilbur is gathering original photographic images and oral narratives from all Tribal communities throughout the United States.

Photographer Matika Wilbur is gathering original photographic images and oral narratives from all Tribal communities throughout the United States. Photo by Kevin Grady

Arts

Native American women are the focus of photographer Matika Wilbur’s Radcliffe exhibit. 

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Basin with Painted Geometric Decor and Burnished Surface, Chinese, Neolithic period, Majiayao culture, Majiayao phase, 3300–2650 BCE. Earthenware.
Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums/© President and Fellows of Harvard College.

An exhibition of prehistoric earthenware deepens understanding of early Chinese cultures and communities.

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Forward-turned-author Bill Keenan
Photograph courtesy of Bill Keenan and Skyhorse Publishing

 

The post-Harvard hockey tales of Bill Keenan

July-August 2016

The dining room, although refined and calm, could use a splash of warmth from the upstairs lounge.

Photograph by Wayne E. Chinnock/Courtesy of Parsnip

Parsnip restaurant is a handsome replacement for Upstairs on the Square.

July-August 2016

An early illustration by Winslow Homer, now on display in Belmont.

Image courtesy of the 1853 Homer House

A mansion promotes artist Winslow Homer’s roots in Belmont, Massachusetts.

July-August 2016

The evocative entrance to Winslow Farm Sanctuary

The evocative entrance to Winslow Farm Sanctuary

Photograph by Stu Rosner

Debra White built the Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary in Norton, Massachusetts.

July-August 2016

Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Semitic Museum

“Experimental archaeology” at the Harvard Semitic Museum

July-August 2016