The Harvard Art Museums are currently displaying their largest exhibit yet: a collection of over 100 Japanese paintings from the Feinberg collection. With so much to see, there’s guaranteed to be something that appeals to anyone.
In a society saturated by high-production, polished content everywhere from films to social media, artist Zack Villere chooses to stay exactly himself. A week after releasing his second album, ‘Cardboard City’, Villere came to Sonia in Cambridge to perform a concert just as candid as his music.
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Alicja Kwade’s ‘In Between Glances’ is on display at the MIT List Visual Arts Center. Featuring unique sculptures such as her ‘Reconstituted Objects and A Light Touch of Technology,’ the exhibit is a perfect fit for the venue at the intersection of art and technology.