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Let there be light

‘Lucidity’ installation offers breath, healing, catharsis


Two people at an archaeology site.

Field and streaming

Harvard student archaeologists make virtual drop-ins to el-hi classrooms


Cellist Camden Archambeau ’23 performs Sonata for Solo Cello by Zoltán Kodály in Adolphus Busch Hall.

Arts First and all over

Festival organizers say online format expands this year’s offerings and audience


Suzannah Omonuk.

A poem for Venus

Divinity School student gives voice to an enslaved young woman on campus in the 18th century


Magic show on Zoom.

With a wave of the wand

Two student magicians make the art of prestidigitation reappear on campus


Four people speaking over zoom.

Who is this museum for?

Experts discuss how displays and artifacts reflect choices about whose story is told, and how and why


T.S. Eliot

Let us listen then, you and I

Woodberry Poetry Room marks its 90th anniversary with online readings by contemporary greats and older recordings by T.S. Eliot


Laurie Anderson.

O Superwoman

Avant-garde artist Laurie Anderson brings her unique style to the Norton Lectures


Ingrid Bergman Humphrey Bogart.

We’ll always have ‘Casablanca’

COVID, winter have narrowed Valentine’s Day options, but Brattle’s online screening will keep its romantic movie tradition alive