The Harvard Ceramics Program show and sale draws about 4,000 people.
Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Ceramics Program
Boston’s open studios, holiday craft fairs, and more
In the Metropolitan Opera’s scene shop, Sarah Meyers stands calmly next to a monster’s oversized snout.
Photograph by Robert Adam Mayer
Opera director Sarah Meyers doesn’t want you to notice everything.
Lawrence S. Bacow and Adele Fleet Bacow, stage center at Sanders Theatre, congratulate, thank, and celebrate the performers at the Thursday evening inaugural concert and performances.
Photograph by JSR/Harvard Magazine
Students, faculty members, and visiting artists perform music, song, drama, and even a work of visual art in real time.
Davóne Tines (left) and Michael Schachter presenting Were You There at the American Repertory Theater last December
Photograph by Evgenia Eliseeva/American Repertory Theater
An oratorio adapted from Langston Hughes
The splendid interior of the Methuen Memorial Music Hall.
Photograph by Len Levasseur
Seasonal concerts at the Methuen Memorial Music Hall
MAA MoCA is housed in a repurposed industrial mill conplex in North Adams, Masachusetts.
Photograph courtesy of MASS MoCA
MASS MoCA’s summer smorgasbord
If I was standing alone I wouldn’t stand it at all (2017)
Photograph by Jason Wyche; © Kevin Beasley
Sculptures that resonate with what’s not there
Robert Humphreville, a frequent Harvard Film Archive accompanist, says he’s mostly asked to play comedies, especially from “the big three”: Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd, and Buster Keaton. (A scene from Keaton’s Sherlock Jr. appears over his shoulder.)
Photograph by Stu Rosner
Three pianists making silent film sing