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Women and Weaving at the Bauhaus

The female-dominated Bauhaus weaving workshop continues to inspire artists and researchers today.

A Model City

Virtual renderings and three-dimensional models of structures at the Sardis excavation, created by Harvard architecture students, show new aspects of the site.

A Painting with Presence

The largest work in The Bauhaus and Harvard, Herbert Bayer’s Verdure required special efforts as it was cleaned and installed.

The “Time is Now” for Teaching about Art

Curatorial fellow Jen Thum shares her experience of introducing a recent photography exhibition to elementary school kids.

By Jen Thum

With Help from Students, Print Rental Program Adds New Works

At a print fair in New York, two senior Student Board members assisted with acquiring works for the museums’ Student Print Rental Collection.

By Mitchell Johns, Maia Suazo-Maler

A Spotlight on Early Chinese Jades

View some of the dazzling jades in our Winthrop Collection, highlighted in Jenny F. So’s new book Early Chinese Jades in the Harvard Art Museums.

The Big Picture: Kara Walker’s U.S.A. Idioms

On view until the fall, Kara Walker’s massive U.S.A. Idioms is layered with symbolism and ambiguity.

New Prints Spark Conversation

Our recently acquired prints from the Brandywine Workshop and Archives of Philadelphia have been garnering well-deserved attention.

Refreshing Sol LeWitt’s Vision

Representatives from the estate of famed conceptual artist Sol LeWitt recently re-executed his vibrant and imposing Wall Drawing #830 at Harvard.

Preserving and Interpreting Photographs in Context

Laura Panadero, the museums’ Craigen W. Bowen Paper Conservation Fellow, shares the rich information we can glean from the books containing photographs in our collections.

By Laura Panadero

Celebrating the Bauhaus across Campus

The Harvard Art Museums aren’t the only ones on campus marking the 100 years since the founding of the Bauhaus—find out how the museums and the rest of Harvard are honoring this milestone.