Week of June 17, 2018

June 18 all-day
This exhibition conceives of passports as the ruins of a modern dream now in terminal crisis – the dream of a globalized world. Drawing on the collections of Harvard Library, Passports: Lives in Transit addresses this major contemporary issue....
June 18 all-day
Revered as the “father of American ballet,” George Balanchine (1904-1983) emigrated from the newly formed Soviet Union via Western Europe to the United States, where he founded the New York City Ballet and lived....
June 18 all-day - June 23 all-day
Students in the MFA in Visual Arts program exhibit their final thesis work in June at the Roberts gallery....
June 18, 6:00pm
Through a combination of demonstration and class practice, learn how to...
June 18, 6:00pm
Our current climate of partisan fury is not new, and in The Soul of America...
June 18, 7:00pm
Massmouth is a non-profit organization that promotes...
June 18, 7:00pm
Hailed as a “cultural phenomenon” by NewsWeek and celebrated for years by the likes of This American Life...
June 18, 7:45pm - August 06, 7:45pm
Looking to write the next great American novel, but don’t know how to begin? Your creative writing talents will explode as you go from a blank page to a successfully written story in this workshop...
June 18, 8:00pm
It takes a mix of skill and luck to tend a garden well, but it’s impossible without a certain amount of amount of kindness tended...
June 18, 10:00pm
Downbeat Mondays ft Matthew Stubbs Music & the Antiguas...
June 19 all-day
This exhibition conceives of passports as the ruins of a modern dream now in terminal crisis – the dream of a globalized world. Drawing on the collections of Harvard Library, Passports: Lives in Transit addresses this major contemporary issue....
June 19 all-day
Revered as the “father of American ballet,” George Balanchine (1904-1983) emigrated from the newly formed Soviet Union via Western Europe to the United States, where he founded the New York City Ballet and lived....
June 19 all-day
Ostraca (singular: ostracon) are pieces of broken pottery or limestone flakes used to record writing in ancient Egypt. Much cheaper than papyrus, they were used as abundantly as our modern day.....
June 19, 9:00am - July 31, 9:00am
Taking your inspiration from the historical tradition of botanical illustration, learn to draw botanical specimens in...
June 19, 3:30pm - July 24, 3:30pm
Join us in writing stories you’ve forgotten and suddenly long to finish....
June 19, 6:00pm - July 24, 6:00pm
Polish is a West-Slavic language, the official language of Poland and one of the official languages of the European Union. After numerous waves of emigration since the beginning of the XIX century around 10 million people speak Polish around the world in addition to the approximately 38 million of speakers who reside in Poland. One of the largest...
June 19, 6:00pm - July 10, 6:00pm
Spring: Ukulele! Ukulele! Ukulele! Come and join this fun beginners class where we will...
June 19, 6:00pm
During his stay in the asylum of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence (1889–90), Vincent van Gogh completed a total of 20 paintings after black-and-white prints of Jean-François Millet, an artist he greatly admired...
June 19, 7:00pm
Anyone who opts for self-employment quickly learns that succeeding as your own boss is no walk in the park. While professional freedom has many, many joys, it also involves significant risks...
June 19, 7:00pm
Visiting artists, writers, curators, art historians and critics present their work and ideas during a public lecture series sponsored by the MFA Visual Arts program during each residency....
June 19, 7:00pm
The American frontier is one of our most cherished and enduring national images...
June 19, 7:00pm
Hailed as a “cultural phenomenon” by NewsWeek and celebrated for years by the likes of This American Life...
June 19, 8:00pm
Melbourne, Australia’s The Maes (formerly The Mae Trio) bring their unique...
June 19, 9:00pm
At only 24 years of age, Oklahoma native Parker Millsap is quickly making a name for himself with his captivating live performances, soulful sound, and character-driven narratives...
June 20 all-day
This exhibition conceives of passports as the ruins of a modern dream now in terminal crisis – the dream of a globalized world. Drawing on the collections of Harvard Library, Passports: Lives in Transit addresses this major contemporary issue....
June 20 all-day
Revered as the “father of American ballet,” George Balanchine (1904-1983) emigrated from the newly formed Soviet Union via Western Europe to the United States, where he founded the New York City Ballet and lived....
June 20, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
The Harvard Square Business Association in partnership with Ocean River Institute is pleased to announce Ocean River Science Wednesday.
June 20, 5:30pm
Learn the basics of sewing by completing three small projects. You'll learn basic sewing skills, about...
June 20, 5:30pm
Members are invited to discover the Harvard Art Museums collections during a special curator-led tour through select galleries, held outside the museums’ public hours...
June 20, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Artist Sonia Almeida speaks about her recent paintings and book projects with art historian Gloria Sutton...
June 20, 7:00pm
Join Cambridge Forum to hear political cartoonist Ted Rall discuss his latest graphic biography, Francis, the People’s Pope...
June 20, 7:00pm
Diana Al-Hadid is a Syrian-American artist who lives and works in New York. Her sculptures...
June 20, 7:00pm
In seventy poems bearing the same title, Terrance Hayes explores the meanings of American, of assassin...
June 20, 7:00pm
Hailed as a “cultural phenomenon” by NewsWeek and celebrated for years by the likes of This American Life...
June 20, 8:00pm
All Our Exes Live in Texas is a fantasy draft of Australia’s finest singer-songwriters – Elana Stone, Katie Wighton, Hannah Crofts and Georgia Mooney – here combining in four-part indie-folk harmony heaven...
June 21 all-day
This exhibition conceives of passports as the ruins of a modern dream now in terminal crisis – the dream of a globalized world. Drawing on the collections of Harvard Library, Passports: Lives in Transit addresses this major contemporary issue....
June 21 all-day
Revered as the “father of American ballet,” George Balanchine (1904-1983) emigrated from the newly formed Soviet Union via Western Europe to the United States, where he founded the New York City Ballet and lived....
June 21, 11:00am - 4:00pm
The Harvard Square Business Association in partnership with The Sheraton Commander is pleased to announce a Red Cross Blood Drive....
June 21, 12:15pm
A club general meeting is called to consider bylaw revisions regarding....
June 21, 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Free Special Event Open to the Public On the longest day of the year, explore the world and have fun at the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture's Summer Solstice Celebration...
June 21, 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Celebrate the longest day of the year and mark the beginning of the summer season at the Harvard Museums of Science and Culture. Enjoy free...
June 21, 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Celebrate the longest day of the year and mark the beginning of the summer season at the Harvard Museums of Science and Culture...
June 21, 7:00pm
Sourcing from natural forms and materials, Petah Coyne creates large scale works filled with...
June 21, 7:00pm
In April 1962, President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy hosted forty-nine Nobel Prize winners—along with many...
June 21, 7:00pm
Hailed as a “cultural phenomenon” by NewsWeek and celebrated for years by the likes of This American Life...
June 21, 7:45pm - July 12, 7:45pm
Maximize your personal effectiveness. Learn to be an organized and persuasive speaker. Create your own...
June 21, 8:00pm
Born and raised in rural England, Jack grew up listening to artists like Peter Green, Robert Johnson, Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, to name a few. These legends of rock, blues, roots and folk influenced Jack’s...
June 21, 8:00pm
We are pleased to inform you that you have been invited by Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to attend the return of Potter Prom!...
June 21, 9:00pm
Tracyanne Campbell from Camera Obscura and Danny Coughlan from Crybaby with Lomelda
June 22 all-day
This exhibition conceives of passports as the ruins of a modern dream now in terminal crisis – the dream of a globalized world. Drawing on the collections of Harvard Library, Passports: Lives in Transit addresses this major contemporary issue....
June 22 all-day
Revered as the “father of American ballet,” George Balanchine (1904-1983) emigrated from the newly formed Soviet Union via Western Europe to the United States, where he founded the New York City Ballet and lived....
June 22, 11:00am - 3:00pm
Excited to announce Lechon Lunches where Chef Jason Tom from Night Market will be taking over the Parsnip Patio every Friday this summer!
June 22, 7:00pm
Their 2014 debut release, Love We Are We Love, received praise from NPR, American Songwriter, and No Depression, among others, gathering over 15 million streams on Spotify...
June 22, 7:00pm
When Lise Weil came out in 1976, she came out into a land that was all on fire...
June 22, 7:00pm
Hailed as a “cultural phenomenon” by NewsWeek and celebrated for years by the likes of This American Life...
June 22, 7:30pm
Sister Orchid marks Nellie's 7th label release in just 31 years. Her previous albums include Get Away From My Head, Pretty Little Villagers, Obligatory Pie, Normal as Home: A Tribute to My Day, Sweet Mobile and Blueberry Reader...
June 22, 8:00pm
Born in 1976 into an illustrious musical family in Camaguey, Cuba, Yosvany Terry is an internationally acclaimed composer, saxophonist, percussionist, bandleader, educator and cultural bearer of the....
June 22, 8:00pm
Boston based artist Ruby Rose Fox is a cultural messenger of our turbulent modern times...
June 22, 9:00pm
Bad Bad Hats is an indie rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota...
June 22, 9:00pm
The Funky AB’s have brought together one slick funky-jazz band that is a self-described “funk jazz combustion.”...
June 22, 10:00pm
Put on your best outfit, bust out the glitter and get ready to go back in time!
June 22, 10:00pm
Their 2014 debut release, Love We Are We Love, received praise from NPR, American Songwriter, and No Depression, among others, gathering over 15 million streams on Spotify...
June 22, 10:00pm
Born in 1976 into an illustrious musical family in Camaguey, Cuba, Yosvany Terry is an internationally acclaimed composer, saxophonist, percussionist, bandleader, educator and cultural bearer of the....
June 23 all-day
This exhibition conceives of passports as the ruins of a modern dream now in terminal crisis – the dream of a globalized world. Drawing on the collections of Harvard Library, Passports: Lives in Transit addresses this major contemporary issue....
June 23 all-day
Revered as the “father of American ballet,” George Balanchine (1904-1983) emigrated from the newly formed Soviet Union via Western Europe to the United States, where he founded the New York City Ballet and lived....