“Edifying and Beautiful”

Botanical illustrations on display at Harvard’s rare book library

by Jack R. Trapanick

Picturing Jazz

Works by Jason Moran at MASS MoCA

by Nell Porter Brown

The MAD World

An illustrative retrospective at the Norman Rockwell Museum 

by Nell Porter Brown

A Royal Tunic

Unraveling an Inca masterpiece’s secrets

by Max J. Krupnick

On Being “Printerly”

An art historian analyzes an overlooked medium.

by Murray Whyte

Artificial Intelligence in the Academy

Harvard symposium assesses the new technology.

by Jonathan Shaw

The Picture of Freedom

A Boston Athenaeum exhibit explores an abolitionist with Harvard ties.

by Lydialyle Gibson

Historic Humor

University Archives to preserve Harvard Lampoon materials

by Nina Pasquini

Dinosaur Babies

A new exhibit featuring fossilized dinosaur eggs and nests from around the world.

by Nell Porter Brown

Model Masterpieces

Thirteen sculptures from Gian Lorenzo Bernini at Harvard Art Museums.

by Nina Pasquini

Who Was John Greenleaf Whittier?

Homes of the poet and abolitionist, whose verses were said to have inspired Abraham Lincoln. 

by Nell Porter Brown