In 2007, Harvard President Drew Faust called for “an ambitious rethinking of the place of arts practice at Harvard.” On Friday afternoon, she saw it in “Breaking Boundaries: Arts, Creativity and the Harvard Curriculum” at Arts @ 29 Garden. Arts @ 29 Garden is an interdisciplinary space where Harvard faculty, students, and visiting artists come together to make art that enhances, embodies, and re-imagines learning. In “Breaking Boundaries,” Harvard showcased its latest collaborative art-making projects, presentations, and performances from students led by faculty who received grants from the Elson Family Arts Initiative. During the event, Faust toured the art-making facility’s spacious two floors of screening rooms, performance stages, discussion rooms, and exhibit spaces. She also viewed, and quietly discussed, the arts projects students and faculty have worked on as part of Harvard’s effort to embed creating art into the general curriculum. For example, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Matthew J. Liebmann and Associate Professor...
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