Programs

A Partnership Where All Learn

A collaboration between the museums, Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a Cambridge high school empowers educators and students.

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

Listening and Learning

A recent special event provided a view into the exciting present and promising future of the Harvard Art Museums under the leadership of Martha Tedeschi, the new Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director. 

Experiments with Cinema

This summer’s weekly Experiments with Cinema series highlights the cutting-edge creative work of students, anthropologists, and artists from Harvard’s Sensory Ethnography Lab. 

A Courtyard for All

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

Indigenous Life On Screen

The Together, Alone: Indigenous Film Now series, presented in conjunction with Everywhen, shares multiple perspectives on Indigenous Australian life.

Poetry Pop Up

What is pop? What is poetry? What is today? These questions—along with Corita Kent’s art—inspired one-of-a-kind verses.

Thomas Crow Talks Pop Art

Before his 12/10 lecture, Crow spoke with us about New Zealand artist Colin McCahon, Corita Kent, and pop art. Article snippet:  “Kent and McCahon count as about the only artists you can put forward as credibly addressing theological questions.” 

Films That Go Pop

Lindsey Lodhie, who helped develop our latest film series, shares some thoughts about the films and their relation to Corita Kent’s art.