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A Welcoming Presence

Harvard student Sophia Feng, graduating this May with a degree in the history of art and architecture, introduced peers and community members to the museums.

Boston-Area Students Talk Museums

The Harvard Art Museums recently hosted an inaugural conference for undergraduates involved with campus art museums in the greater Boston area. Read one student’s firsthand account of the experience.

A Winning Partnership

A recent graduate of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (and former intern at the museums) takes a look at how the partnership between the Harvard Art Museums, the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and the local high school has enabled high school students to learn subjects as diverse as world hi...

By Julia Leonardos

Surprising Views

The Art Study Center’s open hours—hosted by various curatorial fellows—offer visitors a chance to drop in and view artwork they might not otherwise encounter.

A Courtyard for All

From concerts to weddings to art installations, the Calderwood Courtyard hardly ever sees a dull moment.

Boston’s Pop Landmark

Corita Kent designed an enduring landmark for Boston, the culmination of her decade-long engagement with pop art. 

Getting the Word Out

90.9 WBUR, Boston’s NPR news station, will be the media partner for our Corita Kent–inspired oral history project.

Welcome, StoryCorps

National oral history project StoryCorps is coming to the Harvard Art Museums, in conjunction with our Corita Kent exhibition.

Inspired Artists

Objects and artists from our collections served as inspiration for final art projects by Cambridge Rindge and Latin School students. 

Collaborative Education

Six Harvard Graduate School of Education student teachers in the Harvard Art Museums’ Graduate Student Teacher internship worked with art classes from the nearby Cambridge Rindge and Latin School throughout the 2014–15 academic year to plan and facilitate lessons geared toward works in the museums’...