Lily Scherlis

Lily Scherlis '18 is a writer and artist interested in the politics of personal data, video art, and contemporary friendship, among other topics. The former Ledecky Undergraduate Fellow now lives in Berlin.

"“I Am Talking to the Part of You that Does Not Speak”

Artist Laurie Anderson delivers her fifth virtual Norton Lecture on Wednesday.

Time in space: profile of artist Renée Green

Renée Green’s exhibition “Within Living Memory” closes her Harvard residency.

Harvard Undergraduate columnist on exclusive organizations

The Undergraduate wrestles with The Advocate’s exclusive comp process. 

Harvard exhibition designer Justin Lee, profiled

Justin Lee's essential, “invisible,” work at the Harvard Art Museums

At Wendy Jacob's “Calm. Smoke rises vertically,” seeing with the fingers

At Radcliffe, a touchable exhibit plays with perception.

"I once knew a girl": Carrie Mae Weems at Harvard's Cooper Gallery

Viewing Carrie Mae Weems’s art—and hearing her voice—at the Hutchins Center’s Cooper Gallery

“Illuminated manuscripts in Boston collections” displayed in three-site exhibit

A new exhibit highlights how medieval monasticism’s “cult of the book” transmitted beauty and knowledge to the modern world.