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Harvard Art Museums


A Tinder-Match Roadtrip Led to a Harvard Art Museums’ Reception

The Story As a New England newbie, Kasey Catlett failed to anticipate just how long the drive would be from Worcester, where he had recently […]

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Seven Must-See Arts and Culture Events in Boston This Winter

SoWa Winter Festival Count on the annual SoWa Winter Festival to feature beautiful artwork, clothes, and jewelry from 100 of the region’s best makers. Kicking […]

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A New Exhibit at the Harvard Art Museums Celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the Bauhaus

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus, a wildly influential school of art, architecture, and design. Founded in Weimar, Germany, in 1919 by architect […]

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Harvard Art Museum Celebrates Art in the Age of the Internet

The age of budding technology—the old, clunky ’90s desktop and its one, repetitive flash game—come back to life in the latest exhibition at the Harvard Art Museums’ […]

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Trump Might Cut Arts Funding—Of Course Boston’s Museum Directors Are Against It

Oh Mr. President, you didn’t think those reports of potentially cutting the NEA and NEH would go unaddressed by museums themselves, did you? Certainly not […]

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The Forbes Pigment Collection at Harvard Art Museums

How to spot a fake, the Harvard way.

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Martha Tedeschi Is Harvard Art Museums’ New Director

Et voilà, the last of three major museum director vacancies in Boston has been filled. The Harvard Art Museums announced Wednesday that Martha Tedeschi—currently the deputy […]

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The Harvard Art Museums Are Offering Free Admission on Monday

There’s a very cultured reason to play hooky on Monday—the Harvard Art Museums are waiving admission fees for the day. It’s been a year since the […]

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Harvard Art Museums Exhibits Pop Art by Activist Catholic Nun Corita Kent

In 1971, the president of Boston Gas—now National Grid—commissioned local artist and former nun Corita Kent to decorate a 150-foot-high natural gas tank facing the Southeast […]

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Three Major Museum Directors in Boston Are All Stepping Down

The tides are turning in Boston’s museum scene. As of now, three directors of three major museums in the area are now on their way […]

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Harvard Art Museums Unveil New Building Before Reopening to the Public November 16

After six long years of laboring on the renovation and expansion of the Harvard Art Museums, lead architect Renzo Piano had but one simple message […]

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State of the Art

After a six-year, $350 million overhaul, Harvard’s three art museums are now under a single roof for the first time. The new space opens on November 16.

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Harvard Art Museums Scheduled to Reopen This Fall

Harvard Art Museums announced yesterday that its massive renovation and expansion at 32 Quincy Street in Cambridge—closed since 2008—will finally reopen to the public on […]