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Will Wilson, Diné, "Auto Immune Response: Confluence of Three Generations," 2015.

Will Wilson, Diné (b. San Francisco 1969), "Auto Immune Response: Confluence of Three Generations," 2015. 

Harvard Art Museums, Richard and Ronay Menschel Fund for the Acquisition of Photographs, 2021.19. © Will Wilson; image courtesy of the artist.

Arts

Harvard Art Museums exhibition explores the American military’s effect on its homeland.

9.17.21

Will Wilson, Diné, "Auto Immune Response: Confluence of Three Generations," 2015.

Will Wilson, Diné (b. San Francisco 1969), "Auto Immune Response: Confluence of Three Generations," 2015. 

Harvard Art Museums, Richard and Ronay Menschel Fund for the Acquisition of Photographs, 2021.19. © Will Wilson; image courtesy of the artist.

Harvard Art Museums exhibition explores the American military’s effect on its homeland.

9.17.21

Namwali Serpell speaking on video chat from her office

Namwali Serpell
Screenshot by Harvard Magazine

The acclaimed author and English professor will explore mourning and reunion in The Furrows: An Elegy.

9.16.21

Quincy Street entrance of the Harvard Art Museums

The Harvard Art Museums

Photograph by Zak Jensen; © President and Fellows of Harvard College. Image courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums.

The announcement comes amid a spike in cases on campus and an increase in testing frequency. 

9.7.21

Photo of Jane Pickering

Jane Pickering

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/HPAC

Disputes over the disposition of sensitive collections shadow Peabody Museum

September-October 2021

bold colorful figures, with one lying on a mother's lap

Mother’s Lap, by Katherine Bradford 

Image courtesy of the artists and the Harvard Carpenter Center

Harvard's Carpenter Center highlights works by Katherine Bradford and Diedrick Bracken

September-October 2021

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Square bustling, again, with visitors

Photograph by Jim Harrsion

What’s new—and unchanged—in the historic heart of Cambridge

September-October 2021

Illustration of a ghostly green monster and two children looking scared

Scott Brundage’s 2016 book cover Swamp Scarefest

Image courtesy of the Norman Rockwell Museum

 “Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration,” at the Norman Rockwell Museum

September-October 2021

Views of orchards and iconic red bar at Lookout farm

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A day at Lookout Farm offers scenic views of barns and orchards 

Photograph by Stu Rosner

A pandemic-era restaurant-plus-farm thrives in Natick, Massachusetts

September-October 2021