The Dance Program at Harvard Office for the Arts showcased three pieces in the Dance Program Spring Performance Friday night at Farkas Hall. The three performances featured twisting and running bodies, sounds of feet and hands slapping the ground, and noises of the modern lives to give expression to ideas such as missing parts and the sounds of distance. Timothy MacCormack PhD '16 (left) and Anisa Molina '14 (left) stands in the midst of motion in "The Sound of Distance in Itself."
Pianist Lang Lang gives a master class in Sanders Theater Saturday afternoon as part of the Learning from Performers program through the Office for the Arts. George Fu '13 listens to feedback after his performance of Sergei Prokofiev's Sonata No. 7. George is the second of three Harvard students to perform.
Acclaimed pianist Lang Lang offers a critique of Tania Rivers-Moore’s ’15 rendition of Beethoven’s Sonata in E major.
Eric Boeker, a comic designer whose work is based on a world where humans and zombies live in peaceful harmony, looks over at the work of his stand partner at the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo.
David Marshall, who teaches classes on drawing comics, introduces patrons to the art in a mini-workshop. The Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo took place Saturday at the Lesley University.
E.J. Barnes, class of 1980, graduated from Harvard with a degree in Chemistry and Physics but decided to become a comic artist later in life. Her works are displayed here among many others at the expo.
A man reads the comics hung on the wall at the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo. The expo, which showcased the works of over 100 artists, took place at Lesley Univeristy on Saturday.
Harvard Kendo Club performs at the Rite of Spring, an event held by Harvard for Japan Saturday night at Memorial Church that featured performances by various student groups and bands.
The Candide cast sings "Make Our Garden Grow" in the closing scene of the opening performance by the Lowell House Opera in the Lowell Dining Hall on Wednesday night. In the front from left is Ana Maria Ugarte as Old Lady, James Onstad '09 as Candide, and Liv Redpath '14 as Cunegonde.
James Onstad '09 plays the role of Candide in the opening performance of "Candide" by the Lowell House Opera in the Lowell Dining Hall on Wednesday night.
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