PBH launches gift drive for area children
The Phillips Brooks House (PBH) launched its annual holiday gift drive on Dec. 3 in an effort to collect hundreds of gifts for children in Boston and Cambridge. Running through Dec. 14, the drive will provide books, games, toys, art supplies, and sports equipment to children whose parents are impoverished, incarcerated, or homeless. Last year, PBH donated more than 1,000 gifts to a dozen agencies in neighborhoods throughout Greater Boston.
Faculty and staff are invited to donate new, unwrapped gifts for children in preschool through middle school. Collection boxes will be located at PBH, the Harvard News Office (10th floor of the Holyoke Center), the Memorial Church, and at other locations throughout campus.
For more information, e-mail Robert Bridgeman, Phillips Brooks House Association director of programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harvard Neighbors seeks artists
Located on the ground level of Loeb House, the Harvard Neighbors Gallery is now accepting portfolio submissions from eligible Harvard-affiliated artists (including current or retired full- or part-time faculty and staff and their spouses/partners). Artists will be selected to show their work during monthlong exhibitions (solo or group shows) between September 2008 and May 2009. Eligible artists are invited to submit a CD with 10 digital images representing the body of work for a show, a brief artist’s statement, and contact information. The deadline for portfolio submission is March 15, 2008. Complete submission specifications are available at http://www.neighbors.harvard.edu or by calling (617) 495-4313.