Tag Along on a Tour: Bierstadt’s Lander’s Peak

Harvard senior and student tour guide Isabella Beroutsos discusses Albert Bierstadt’s 1863 painting Rocky Mountains, “Lander’s Peak”.

Scenes from James Baldwin’s World

A new exhibition at the Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, curated by Makeda Best, celebrates and expands the conversation around James Baldwin’s life and career.

Animal-Shaped Vessels from the Ancient World: Feasting with Gods, Heroes, and Kings

In this video, curator Susanne Ebbinghaus introduces our new special exhibition.

Teresita Fernández Sculpture Transforms Harvard Yard

Internationally renowned artist Teresita Fernández brings her public installation Autumn (…Nothing Personal) to Harvard Yard this fall.

Japanese Folk Art in the United States: Yanagi Muneyoshi and Harvard

Yanagi Muneyoshi (1889–1961) introduced Japanese folk art to Harvard; eventually, his efforts helped the genre gain wider renown.

By Seung Yeon Sang

Borrowing an Original

As our Student Print Rental Collection continues to grow, so does students’ engagement with artists and original works of art.

Students Help Develop Analog Culture

Three graduate student interns conducted research and developed accompanying materials and programs for the Analog Culture exhibition.

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.

By Laura Angelich

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 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.