Upcoming Events for May

May 2018

May 26, 11:00pm
Thee Oh Sees are the latest incarnation of songwriter, singer, and guitarist John Dwyer's ever-evolving pop-folk psychedelic group. Dwyer, who hails from...
May 27 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....
May 27 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....
May 27 all-day
Through political cartoons from Houghton Library’s Theodore Roosevelt Collection, this exhibition examines the Spanish-American War and its role as the start of the United States....
May 27, 11:30am
Calling all foodies! We'd love to take you on a Food Tour neighborhood adventure in Harvard Square!
May 27, 12:00pm - 10:30pm
At the campfire. festival, the line between performer and audience member blurs over the course of the campfire...
May 27, 1:45pm
A hapless gambler (Anderson) is intercepted on his way to Hell and given a second chance at life with a 6-month reprieve and an opportunity to reform and earn his way into Heaven...
May 27, 3:45pm
Packing 20 musical numbers into a mere 78 minutes, this fantastically entertaining musical features some of the most memorable African-American performers of all time
May 27, 5:30pm
A hapless gambler (Anderson) is intercepted on his way to Hell and given a second chance at life with a 6-month reprieve and an opportunity to reform and earn his way into Heaven...
May 27, 7:00pm
Hailed as a “cultural phenomenon” by NewsWeek and celebrated for years by the likes of This American Life...
May 27, 7:30pm
Packing 20 musical numbers into a mere 78 minutes, this fantastically entertaining musical features some of the most memorable African-American performers of all time
May 27, 8:00pm
Not your average birthday party.Circus. Drag. Burlesque. Dance. Song. Drama...
May 27, 9:00pm
As a singer-songwritter her compositions express and demonstrate her influence of Jazz, Rnb, Funk with a Latin/Colombian music twist.....
May 27, 9:30pm
Hip-hop historian Nelson George and revered comedian Chris Rock co-created this hilarious mockumentary about a supposedly hardcore group of gangsta rappers, CB4...
May 27, 11:00pm
The cat is finally about to be out of the bag. Not that Cashmere Cat has exactly kept a clandestine profile, working as he has with so many of the top names in pop, R&B, and hip-hop, from Kanye West to Ariana Grande...
May 28 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....
May 28 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....
May 28 all-day
Through political cartoons from Houghton Library’s Theodore Roosevelt Collection, this exhibition examines the Spanish-American War and its role as the start of the United States....
May 28, 12:00pm - 10:30pm
At the campfire. festival, the line between performer and audience member blurs over the course of the campfire...
May 28, 12:30pm
A pair of men become caught up in a posse intent on tracking down a bunch of cattle rustlers and murderers...
May 28, 2:15pm
In TOMBSTONE, an exciting re-telling of the shootout at the O.K. Corral, Kurt Russell and Val Kilmer star as the legendary lawman Wyatt Earp and his effete sharpshooting buddy Doc Holliday...
May 28, 4:45pm
Long before Quentin Tarantino tried mashing up Spaghetti Westerns and Blaxploitation for Django Unchained, Mario Van Peebles delivered this suitably over-the-top homage...
May 28, 6:00pm
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May 28, 7:00pm
Hailed as a “cultural phenomenon” by NewsWeek and celebrated for years by the likes of This American Life...
May 28, 7:00pm
In TOMBSTONE, an exciting re-telling of the shootout at the O.K. Corral, Kurt Russell and Val Kilmer star as the legendary lawman Wyatt Earp and his effete sharpshooting buddy Doc Holliday...
May 28, 9:30pm
Long before Quentin Tarantino tried mashing up Spaghetti Westerns and Blaxploitation for Django Unchained, Mario Van Peebles delivered this suitably over-the-top homage...
May 28, 10:00pm
Downbeat Mondays ft Matthew Stubbs Music & the Antiguas...
May 29 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....
May 29 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....
May 29 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.....
May 29 all-day
Through political cartoons from Houghton Library’s Theodore Roosevelt Collection, this exhibition examines the Spanish-American War and its role as the start of the United States....
May 29, 12:30pm
Cabelle Ahn, a Ph.D. candidate in the history of art and architecture at Harvard, will give this gallery talk.
May 29, 7:00pm
In this poignant collection, Alice Bolin examines iconic American works from the essays of Joan Didion and James Baldwin to Twin Peaks, Britney Spears, and Serial...
May 29, 7:00pm
The term mapping is spot on...
May 29, 7:00pm
Julien Baker’s solo debut, Sprained Ankle, was one of the most widely acclaimed works of 2015...
May 29, 7:00pm
A landmark volume in science writing by one of the great minds of our time...
May 29, 7:00pm
Hailed as a “cultural phenomenon” by NewsWeek and celebrated for years by the likes of This American Life...
May 29, 8:30pm
In this poetic and atmospheric horror fable, set in a village in war-torn medieval Japan, a malevolent spirit has been ripping out the throats of itinerant samurai...
May 30 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....
May 30 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....
May 30 all-day
Through political cartoons from Houghton Library’s Theodore Roosevelt Collection, this exhibition examines the Spanish-American War and its role as the start of the United States....
May 30, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
The Harvard Square Business Association in partnership with Ocean River Institute is pleased to announce Ocean River Science Wednesday.
May 30, 5:30pm
With increased longevity, women over 60 have new needs, norms, expectations, challenges and opportunities...
May 30, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Join us at Atwood's Tavern for two persectives on where Cambridge is from...
May 30, 7:00pm
She Has Her Mother's Laugh presents a profoundly original perspective on what we pass along from generation to generation...
May 30, 7:00pm
Hailed as a “cultural phenomenon” by NewsWeek and celebrated for years by the likes of This American Life...
May 30, 7:00pm
Filmed during the Nazi occupation of Denmark, Carl Dreyer’s DAY OF WRATH is a harrowing account of individual helplessness in the face of growing social repression and paranoia...
May 30, 8:00pm
Miss Tess got her musical start at home in Maryland, her childhood nights ending in music...
May 30, 8:00pm
Miss Tess got her musical start at home in Maryland, her childhood nights ending in music...
May 30, 8:00pm
The first installment in a series, #WCW: Feeling Myself promises an evening of music and dance and words and wisdom that...
May 30, 9:30pm
The controversial debut feature from the Hughes Brothers (made when the twins were just 20-years-old) features Tyrin Turner as Caine, a young man caught between the harsh reality of growing up in South Central L.A. and a desire to break free from the cycle of violence...
May 31 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....
May 31 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....
May 31 all-day
Through political cartoons from Houghton Library’s Theodore Roosevelt Collection, this exhibition examines the Spanish-American War and its role as the start of the United States....
May 31, 10:00am - 12:00pm
Our next Parenting Journey series will be Parenting in America (PIA) in Spanish. Parenting in America is a 12-week, 2 hour curriculum of the Parenting Journey. PIA is a model which immigrant parents share their immigration experiences, honor their cultural strengths....
May 31, 12:30pm
Join us for an architectural tour that will stop on all of the Harvard Art Museums’ public floors, led by Peter Atkinson, director of facilities planning and management...
May 31, 3:00pm
Join us as we celebrate the faculty and staff who will be moving on to a new chapter in their lives....
May 31, 5:00pm
What happens when you give the vote to 14-year-olds? Obviously, a teen idol rock star is elected President, the Senate gets packed with stoners, and everyone over 30 is sent to internment camps where they’re forced to drop acid!...
May 31, 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Join us for an evening celebrating the beginning of summer and supporting Harvard Square's favorite nonprofit...
May 31, 6:00pm
Come to our Cambridge campus and talk with admissions counselors about our highly regarded graduate programs....
May 31, 7:00pm
In his ode to the last day of high school in mid-70s small-town Texas, Linklater brings to the screen a fully realized cast of characters that are instantly recognizable to anyone who has ever been a teenager and lived to tell the tale...
May 31, 7:00pm
The struggle to desegregate America’s schools was a grassroots movement, and young women were its vanguard...
May 31, 7:00pm
Hailed as a “cultural phenomenon” by NewsWeek and celebrated for years by the likes of This American Life...
May 31, 7:30pm
A FREE collaborative performance at the Perkins School for the Blind...
May 31, 8:00pm
We know what the rules are. We just like breaking them...
May 31, 8:00pm
We know what the rules are. We just like breaking them...
May 31, 8:00pm
Joel LaRue Smith born, raised and schooled in the tough streets of New York City, Joel has performed with some of the top names in jazz and Latin music. Some veteran musicians with whom he....
May 31, 8:00pm
Boston Choral Ensemble opens Pride week with a concert that celebrates our LGBTQAI colleagues...
May 31, 9:00pm
Crumb — Lila Ramani (guitar, vocals), Brian Aronow (synth, sax), Jesse Brotter (bass), Jonathan Gilad (drums) — is a New-York based band that formed in 2016...
May 31, 9:15pm
What happens when you give the vote to 14-year-olds? Obviously, a teen idol rock star is elected President, the Senate gets packed with stoners, and everyone over 30 is sent to internment camps where they’re forced to drop acid!...