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(1 of 9) Typography instructor Herbert Bayer’s design for a cinema (c. 1924-1925) is a stark contrast to the elaborate theaters of the 1920s.
Image courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums and Busch-Reisinger Museum, ©President and Fellows of Harvard College
Exploring the Bauhaus and Harvard
Illustration by Matt Chinworth
Unpacking “what art does to us”
Last year, ArtWeek featured “art in the dark” projections on Boston Common.
Photographs courtesy of ArtWeek
ArtWeek 2019 offers hundreds of events around Massachusetts.
Howardena Pindell’s Untitled #4D
Image courtesy of the artist and the Rose Art Museum
Works by Howardena Pindell at the Rose Art Museum
Carpenter Center: home to Visual and Environmental Studies, soon to be Art, Film, and Visual Studies—a better name for the work done there
Photograph by Kris Snibbe/Harvard Public Affairs & Communications
Renaming Visual and Environmental Studies to signal a clearer focus on making art and film
Portrait of Ruskin by Charles Herbert Moore
Courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums
A Houghton exhibition explores the thinker’s influences and impact.
A serene and snowy moment in historic Portland
Photograph courtesy of Corey Templeton Photography
Enjoying Portland, Maine, in the “off-season”
An example of a quipu from Peru's Nazca Province
Gift of Robert Woods Bliss, 1942 © President and Fellows of Harvard College, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, PM# 42-28-30/4532
“Cecilia Vicuña: Disappeared Quipu,” at the MFA