Campus Arts

'Call and Response: A Narrative of Reverence to Our Foremothers in Gynecology'

An impressive amount of historical background and research accompanies the newest exhibit, detailing the ways the art pieces intersect with history while uncovering the dark truths behind anthropology, sociology, and our overall medical system.

In Photos: Eleganza 2023

Eleganza returned to a sold-out crowd at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center on Saturday for its “Rebirth” show. The annual fashion and dance performance was started in 1994 by Harvard’s Black C.A.S.T. with an aim to “redefine beauty and aesthetic style on campus.”

CompFest Brings Harvard’s Musical Voices Together

Emulating the casual energy of a coffeehouse performance was one of Leahy’s goals to make the Cabaret a welcoming space for diverse composers of all styles and experiences to present their work.

Artist Profile: Maxine Gordon on Jazz Geography and the Allures of Archivism

Gordon’s connection to the jazz musicians in her books is not merely that of researcher and subject: She brings a profound sense of engaged biographical scholarship that grants a rich sense of vibrancy to her work.

Circa’s ‘Sacre’ Review: Defying the Limits of Circus Performance On Stage

Circa’s original interpretation of Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring” spoke to the company’s overall vision of fusing elements of circus performance with traditional performing art forms; namely theater and dance.

Marcus Schulkind Profile: Keeping Ballet Vital

In an interview with The Harvard Crimson he spoke on the importance of establishing a “yin yang” relationship between dance, health, and “movement and energy,” citing his acupuncture work as the catalyst for making him more aware of this vital connection.

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