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...
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.
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.
Carve, Reverse, Reflect: Émira Sergent Marceau’s Printmaking and the French Revolution
Printmaker Sarah Lund brings female artist Émira Sergent Marceau to life in this narrative about how, despite political limitations placed on women at the time, Marceau created art in the midst of revolution.
Connecting with Communities: Justice, Equity, and Inclusion
Read this final installment in our series of articles featuring Harvard Latinx students from María Luisa Parra-Velasco’s course Connecting with Communities reflecting on works in the Harvard Art Museums.