Art Talk: Demonstrating Picasso’s Reduction Linocut Technique
Conservator and printmaker Christina Taylor demonstrates the reduction linocut printing technique pioneered by artist Pablo Picasso and master printer Hidalgo Arnéra.
Art Talk: Edvard Munch’s Jigsaw Woodcut Technique
Conservator and printmaker Christina Taylor demonstrates the jigsaw woodcut printing technique that artist Edvard Munch used to create two colorful prints.
Art Talk: Reframing Photographic Histories at the Harvard Art Museums
Curator Makeda Best explores the history of photography collecting at Harvard and her work to foreground new perspectives and interpretations.
Creature Feature: Heroes and Hogs in Ancient Greece
Ph.D. candidate Sarah Eisen explores how pigs and wild boar challenged ancient Greek heroes like Odysseus and Herakles.
Art Talk: Reframing the Tianlongshan Cave Temple Fragments
Curator Sarah Laursen investigates fragments from China’s Tianlongshan cave temples and new efforts to uncover their recent history and original context.
Art Talk: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s Color Woodcut Technique
Christina Taylor demonstrates the color woodcut printing technique Ernst Ludwig Kirchner used to create the dynamic print Bathers Tossing Reeds.
Creature Feature: What Does the Fox Say?
Discover a fantastic silver cup in the shape of a fox head, and find out how our team made it “float” while on display.
Haiku and You: Painting Edo and the Arnold Arboretum
Learn about haiku in the Edo period and explore haiku as a creative practice, inspired by the Arnold Arboretum and the Painting Edo exhibition.
Art Talk: The Abject Object—Decay and Irreverence in Dieter Roth’s Multiples
Explore Dieter Roth’s use of unconventional and irreverent materials in his works.
The Botany of a Buddhist Sculpture: Hinoki Cypress and Prince Shōtoku at Age Two
Get up close with the extraordinary sculpture Prince Shōtoku at Age Two and discover new insights gained from collaborative research with the Arnold Arboretum.