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A look behind the scenes

Six commissions underscore power and prominence of arts on campus

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Fanny Peabody Professor of Music Alex Rehding speaks about a new book he co-authored on the Golden Record and a new approach to music theory. He is pictured outside the acoustically-designed archway of Sever Hall in Harvard Yard at Harvard University.

Earth’s most excellent mixtape

Music professor’s book turns up volume on Golden Record of sounds of our civilization sent into space

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Zoom panel.

Art for everyone

Panel tackles the need for antiracism programming, allyship

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Annie Julia Wyman.

Making the audience laugh — and cry

Annie Julia Wyman, co-creator of the Netflix series ‘The Chair,’ fills in the Harvard details behind her literary evolution

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Marcos Santos.

Let the music play

Community members enjoy live music during the Concerts in the Common series in Brighton

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Gif showing layers of Louis Delsarte's "Unity."

Motion picture

Ph.D. student illuminates layers behind Louis Delsarte’s ‘Unity’

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Dancers onstage.

Take a bow

Theater, Dance & Media marks fifth anniversary

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Cicadas.

A lens for detail

Photographer focuses on groups to make individual characteristics stand out

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Interactive exhibit.

A way in

Students turn sorrow to art in ‘I Have a Door Up There’

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Lily Rose Valore as Alice.

Wonderland reimagined

Virtually Oberon features Queer Bodies in Motion’s first artistic endeavor, ‘Alice in Rainbowland’

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Let there be light

‘Lucidity’ installation offers breath, healing, catharsis

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Two people at an archaeology site.

Field and streaming

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

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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

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