Your independent source for Harvard news since 1898 | SUBSCRIBE

Your independent source for Harvard news since 1898

Articles: Arts

A portrait phot of Emily Carmichael

Emily Carmichael

Photograph by Art Streiber for Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment

Arts

Jurassic World Dominion screenwriter Emily Carmichael on scripting Hollywood sci-fi epics

6.6.22

A portrait phot of Emily Carmichael

Emily Carmichael

Photograph by Art Streiber for Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment

Jurassic World Dominion screenwriter Emily Carmichael on scripting Hollywood sci-fi epics

July-August 2022

Film poster for DASH, showing the driver in front of his car on Hollywood Boulevard

The film poster for DASH

Photograph courtesy of Spam Pictures

Actor and producer Alex Molina on filming a feature-length thriller in a single take

4.8.22

Abraham Riesman, at home in Providence with his cat, Barbara, writes about pop culture’s overlooked depths.

Photograph by Jim Harrison

Biographer Abraham Riesman plumbs the dark mysteries of the Marvel auteur

March-April 2022

Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner

Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner

Photographs by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine

Jennifer Garner and Jason Bateman received the 72nd annual honors.

2.7.22

During her Norton Lectures, Laurie Anderson plays a violin of her own invention.

During her Norton Lectures, Laurie Anderson sometimes dances with herself or plays a violin of her own invention.
Screenshot by Lily Scherlis

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

11.8.21

“/Gaishay focusing the camera,” a photograph taken during a 1957-58 ethnographic expedition in Namibia, shows three indigenous boys, one standing behind a camera on a tripod

“/Gaishay focusing the camera,” a photograph taken during a 1957-58 ethnographic expedition in Namibia.

Photograph is a gift of Laurence K. Marshall and Lorna J. Marshall © President and Fellows of Harvard College, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, PM2001.29.15489

Seeking mentorship as a student of color, and finding a calling in the arts

September-October 2021

Joy Buolamwini dons a white mask in order to be visible to facial recognition software in the film Coded Bias.

Artificial-intelligence researcher Joy Buolamwini dons a white mask in the film Coded Bias to make herself visible to facial recognition software.

Film still by 7th Empire Media

Data journalist Meredith Broussard on “the civil-rights issue of our time”

8.2.21

A group photo of the four Harvard undergraduates, including the author, with their project adviser and two local, older mentors

The team with mentors (from left): Kale Catchings, Percy Green, Saul Glist, Robin McDowell, Catie Barr, Jamala Rogers, and the author.

Photograph courtesy of Che R. Applewhaite

The Undergraduate learns about making knowledge mutual.

May-June 2021