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Visual Arts

John A. Wood: From Scientist to Painter

Wood’s work shows that art can an appreciation for art can come to people with a non-traditional artistic background at all points in life.

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China Through the Looking Glass

Adrian Gordon, a photographer who was born in China but now works in New York, has attempted to document China's recent social shifts.

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Preview: Dunster House Opera's 'Cinderella'

February 9, February 14-16, 8:30p.m.

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HCSSA Bridges Cultural Barriers

In its annual Chinese New Year Gala, the Harvard Chinese Students and Scholars Association brought in acts from across different cultures for a unifying celebration of the holiday.

On Campus

'pool (no water)' Opens in Adams Pool Theatre

February 14-16, 8:00 p.m.

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Sisterly Bond Holds Strong in 'You For Me For You'

In their homeland of North Korea, two sisters struggle to make the difficult decision between remaining faithful to their country ...

Literature

Zadie Smith Dishes Advice, Dispels Myths at MFA

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Venice Baroque Orchestra To Revive Classical Hits at Sanders

Friday in Sanders Theatre, the Venice Baroque Orchestra will attempt to recreate one of the exemplary epochs in classical music.

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Revolutionary Photojournalism

At Lesley University last Wednesday, three journalists discussed the risks and rewards of working in turbulent Arab countries.

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Focusing On Instagram

Seeing one’s creative work on display in a gallery is typically a privilege reserved for professional artists. But for two ...

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JAMS Provide Chance to Explore Arts

The Harvard JAMS (January Arts and Media Seminars) gave members of the Harvard and Cambridge communities the opportunity to explore the arts during Wintersession.

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Berklee Big Band Sees “Purple Haze”

Local Berklee jazz group to perform celebration of Hendrix's music at the Berklee Performance Center.

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Artist Spotlight: Francesca Harper

Despite having advised the film “Black Swan” and released singles in Europe and Japan as a singer and lyricist, Francesca ...

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A Marriage of Art and Science

At the Boston University Gallery, a new exhibit explores the relationship between anatomy and art during the past two centuries.

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