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Student Late Night

In a crowd at a museum, a woman wearing a white shirt and a sienna-hued hijab talks to a man wearing a blue shirt, his back to us.

Special Event

Harvard Art Museums
32 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA

Calling all Harvard students: join us for our popular Student Late Night! Take a guided tour of our exhibitions, enjoy specialty mocktails and late-night snacks with friends, make art in the Materials Lab, or explore the galleries to experience three levels of art. DJ B LUZ will be spinning your favorite tunes all night. The first 500 attendees will receive a complimentary Harvard Art Museums tote bag!

Here is the schedule for the evening:

Art-Making Activity
Materials Lab on the Lower Level

Special Exhibition Curatorial Tours
Meet on Level 3
7–7:20pm: Objects of Addiction: Opium, Empire, and the Chinese Art Trade
7:30–7:50pm: Seeing in Art and Medicine
8–8:20pm: Objects of Addiction: Opium, Empire, and the Chinese Art Trade
8:30–8:50pm: Seeing in Art and Medicine

Spotlight Tours
Depart from the Calderwood Courtyard
7:10: The Breakfast Table (1883–84), painting by John Singer Sargent, from the tour Food for Thought, with Hannah Gadway ’25
7:30pm: Head of an Oba (1525–75), a Benin Bronze, from the tour Sightseeing, with Soleil Saint-Cyr ’25
7:50pm: Attic grave stele: Woman dying in childbirth (c. 330 BCE), from the tour Women’s Health and Art, with Eve Crompton ’24
8:10pm: Sculpture in the Form of a Nine-Hole Scholar’s Rock (2001) by Zhan Wan, from the tour Deconstructing Disorientation, with Emily Feng ’25
8:30pm: The Miracle of the Sacred Fire, Church of the Holy Sepulchre (1892–99), painting by William Holman Hunt, from the tour Sensing the Divine, with Hanna Carney ’25

Forests of Data
Lightbox Gallery on Level 5

Free and open to all Harvard undergraduate and graduate students.

Student HUID required at the door. Enter via Quincy Street. Please leave backpacks and large bags at home. Space is limited, and students will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Harvard Art Museums are committed to accessibility for all visitors. For anyone requiring accessibility accommodations for our programs, please contact us at at least 48 hours in advance.