40 Works for 40 Years: Celebrating the German Friends of the Busch-Reisinger Museum
We are delighted to present a selection of 40 works from the Busch-Reisinger Museum’s collection that reflect 40 years of meaningful, generous support.
Art by the Book: The Many Uses of Woodblock Painting Manuals
By Krystle Brown
A Tribute to Those Who Build Our Stuff
How do custom gallery furnishings, such as pedestals and special mounts, make the journey from design to visitor appreciation? Through good craftsmanship.
By Elie Glyn
Year in Review: 2022
Take a moment to look back with us as we celebrate 2022!
Roundtable Conversation: WHERE ARE ALL THE BLACK PEOPLE AT, on Vernacular Photography
Last summer, photography curator Makeda Best met with people associated with the Boston-based grassroots arts initiative WHERE ARE ALL THE BLACK PEOPLE AT to discuss a painting of an unidentified Black soldier, visibility in the museums, and the impact of an installation of photographs depicting eve...
By Makeda Best
Harvard Art Museums from Home
Everything you need for a virtual visit to the museums—online events, audio and video offerings, activity books to download, and more.
Building Community through Art
Francesca Bewer, from the Harvard Art Museums, and Erin Muirhead McCarty, from Community Art Center, discuss their collaboration on a youth program last summer in Cambridge.
By Andres Mendoza
Brandywine: Inspiring Collaboration and Community
Members of the team that developed the exhibition Prints from the Brandywine Workshop and Archives talk about the creative ways they worked together, inspired by the collaborative approach of the Brandywine Workshop.
By Hannah Chew
Voices from the Collections: Photographer Wardell Milan in Conversation with Curator Makeda Best
Photographer Wardell Milan discusses his collage Bill T. Jones (2018) and his artistic process with curator Makeda Best.
Death Row: Without Glass
Driven by a deep-seated belief that capital punishment is morally wrong, Boston-based artist Lou Jones captured the humanity of death row inmates across the United States in his photographic portrait project.
By Francesca G. Bewer, in collaboration with Lou Jones