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.”
Holly Hill Farm’s winter fair in Cohasset, Massachusetts
Photograph: HUD 3567.219.2 no. 296, Harvard University Archives
Brief live of a premonitory poet: 1888-1916
Harvard University Portrait Collection (H6); photograph by Harvard Art Museums Imaging Department/©President and Fellows of Harvard College
When the College commissioned Copley
Photograph by Jim Harrison
At Harvard Business School, contemporary art moves outdoors.
Photograph by Matt Norris Photography/www.MGNorris.com
Brockton’s Fuller Craft Museum offers Steampunk art that celebrates the city’s shoe-manufacturing legacy.