The screenplay, by Today Show producer Noah Oppenheim ’00, traces how the Camelot myth was made.
“It doesn’t even make sense to me that art and protest would be separate.”
Honoring two exceptional authors and one artist
Photograph by Joerg Lohse; courtesy of the artist and Alexander and Bonin, New York, and White Cub, London
A powerful exhibit opens at the Harvard Art Museums.
A rediscovered short film, with new commentary by Jane Freilicher and John Ashbery ’49, Litt.D. ’01, gives a glimpse of the New York School's early days.
In a fractious election season, the Schlesinger Library held a discussion about ideology, trust, and how to expand its reach.
Photograph by Liesl Clark Photography
Viewing Carrie Mae Weems’s art—and hearing her voice—at the Hutchins Center’s Cooper Gallery
Photograph by Tia Chapman/Mahindra Humanities Center at Harvard
In her “lecture-performance,” playwright and actress Anna Deavere Smith practiced and preached “Radical Hospitality.”