July 15, 1999
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Baker Library Hosts Historical Collections Exhibit

Now on view at the Baker Library is "Investigating Disruptive Technology: The Emergence Of Ring Spinning In The American Textile Industry," an exhibition organized by the Historical Collections Department of the Library. The exhibition is running through Oct. 15 in the Baker Library Lobby. Further information on the exhibition, images of some of the items in the collection, and a comprehensive bibliography are available at http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/distech/.

Tape Archive Offers Materials Chronicling Arts Programs

The Office for the Arts at Harvard and Radcliffe’s Tape Archive offers recorded materials featuring a wide spectrum of artists in the fields of theater, film, dance, classical music, jazz, and the visual arts, from its Learning from Performers and Jazz programs.

Highlights of the collection include workshops by jazz legend Sarah Vaughan, and master classes featuring conductor Mstislav Rostropovich (with then-Harvard undergraduate Yo-Yo Ma in attendance). Actors represented include James Earl Jones, Robert Redford, Susan Sarandon, and Jessica Tandy.

The material is available in the Morse Music Collection of the Hilles Library, located in the Radcliffe Quadrangle at 59 Shepherd St., Cambridge. All the material is indexed via computer on Harvard’s HOLLIS system, and may be found by conducting the following search: HOLLIS HU: co LFP//lo=hil. Audio and video stations are available at Hilles Library for listening and viewing. Individuals conducting research who are not affiliated with Harvard must call the Morse Music librarian at (617) 495-8730 for information on accessing the Tape Archive.

Rieman Center To Host Community Outreach Events

The Radcliffe Dance Program is hosting two community outreach events at the Rieman Center for the Performing Arts this summer:

Project Concern, a nonprofit organization serving inner-city children and adolescents in Massachusetts, will be using the Rieman center from July 19 to Aug. 13. Activities include hip-hop dance instruction, cultural history classes, and career exploration workshops.

Jacques D’Amboise, director of the National Dance Institute, will be visiting on Wednesday, July 28, from 9 to 11 a.m. He will be teaching a short jig to all participants. All are welcome. For more information on this event, contact Lisa Bromar at the Graduate School of Education at (617) 496-4929.

 


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