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High school students from the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School discuss a print by Joseph Kosuth in the museums' modern and contemporary art galleries. As part of the Graduate Student Teacher program, select students from the Harvard Graduate School of Education spend a year collaborating with teachers to bring high school classes to the Harvard Art Museums.

Showing Teens the Human Side of Art

Having spent the past year working at the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School through our Graduate Student Teacher program, a teacher reflects on how we can best engage teens with art museums.

Sargent’s Colorful Past

New research into a palette used by John Singer Sargent shines a brighter light on objects in the museums’ collections.

Summer School for Scholars in Training

Through the Summer Institute for Technical Studies in Art, emerging art historians gain crucial experience with object-based investigations.

A Well-Traveled Pavement

An ancient Roman floor mosaic of the sea goddess Tethys has recently been the focus of an international study, including by researchers at the Harvard Art Museums.

By Elizabeth Molacek

Friendly Exchanges — Van Gogh and More

Over the past few years, the Harvard Art Museums have exchanged a number of high-profile works with peer institutions in the United States and abroad.

A Guide Who Hopes the Group — and the Art — Talk Back

Marshall Scholar Elizabeth Keto ’18 is looking forward to a career as a curator, with a focus on inclusivity.

Hats Off to Our Graduating Guides

Congratulations to our graduating student guides, many of whom have led public tours for more than half their time at Harvard.

A Goodbye to the Seniors on Our Student Board

We bid a fond farewell to the graduating members of our Student Board, who served as ambassadors to the campus community and advisors for the museums.

Unprecedented Exposure

The special exhibition Analog Culture brings into sharp focus the world of darkroom photography and the collaborative relationship between printer and photographer.

It’s a Wash

As odd as it sounds, some works on paper get a water bath—and it’s completely safe.

A Glimpse into the Dutch Golden Age

Exceptional examples of 17th-century Dutch Golden Age paintings—part of a major recent gift from collectors Peter and Anne Brooke—are currently on view.

By A. Cassandra Albinson, Jessie Park