Groovy clocks from The Glass House
Photograph courtesy of The Glass House
Holiday gifts that support the arts
Armenian Heritage Park
Photograph by Yerevanci/Wikipedia/Creative Commons
Scavenger-hunting in historic Boston
Meadow with Poplars (circa 1875)
Claude Monet/Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts
Winter exhibits at the Museum of Fine Arts
Suffragist Susan B. Anthony’s journal displays handwriting much finer than that in many manuscripts. Who did the underlining is unknown.
Detail from: A-143, folder 8, p. 2. Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute
Volunteer transcribers help make Harvard library documents accessible.
Accompanied: Two Views of the Sea, 2017-2020, by Marilyn Pappas and Jill Slosburg-Ackerman.
Photograph by Julia Featheringill.
A Radcliffe exhibition explores a lifetime of artwork and female friendship
James Cuno, president of the Getty Trust, draws on his Harvard Art Museums experience in responding to the pandemic.
Photograph courtesy of the Getty Center
Pandemic perspectives from the Getty and the Harvard Art Museums—and art’s role in refreshing “the dialogue with other human beings”
A 10-centimeter-wide glass model of Phymactis pustulata, found in intertidal zones in the Western South Atlantic. The Blaschka model is listed in the 1878 mail-order catalog of Ward’s Natural Science Establishment.
Photograph by Peter Fried/Sketchfab.com/ARC-3D
Complementary imaging techniques combine to create 3-D models that virtual visitors can examine from any angle.
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(1 of 4) The Georgian mansion and adjacent slave quarters were once part of a 500-acre farm just north of Boston.
Photograph by Theresa Kelliher/Courtesy of the Royall House and Slave Quarters museum
Preserving black history as “an act of liberation”