“Border Crossing: Union of Myanmar”, an art installation sponsored by the Office for the Arts at Harvard in collaboration with the Harvard College Human Rights Advocates, hangs on the gates facing the Science Center during Arts First weekend.
“Border Crossing: Union of Myanmar”, an art installation sponsored by the Office for the Arts at Harvard in collaboration with the Harvard College Human Rights Advocates, hung at the gate facing the Science Center on Saturday, May 1.
Visitors listen to student performances and see art pieces. Shown here is “Y Inge Y” by Hiroshi Jacobs, Benjamin Lehrer, Jon Scelsa, Julian Wu, GSD and Sara Stern ‘12.
Students and visitors alike flock to Harvard for Arts First held this weekend.
On Sunday, Harvard Square held its annual Mayfair, bringing vendors, bands and residents together.
The Bach Society Orchestra performed “Night Club Scenes”, a piece by Zachary Sheets ‘13, and Mozart’s Symphony No. 35, “Haffner” for Arts First.
Harvard University Dining Services staff prepare the day’s meals in the kitchen that serves both Mather and Dunster Houses. HUDS has offered students the opportunity to take “green” tours of the kitchens. Additional tours will be conducted on April 1 and April 23 at 3 p.m.
The ’Cliffe Notes, the Radcliffe Choral Society’s female a capella group, performed holiday music at the COOP as part of an annual tradition.
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