Arts First showcases creative side of student, staff and faculty

Sunday, May 21, 2023 - 14:32 in Psychology & Sociology

Arts First took over stages, museums, and other venues across Harvard’s campus, celebrating the arts for four fun-filled days (April 27-30). The annual festival, produced by the Office for the Arts, showcased student, faculty and staff creativity, with public concerts, exhibitions, and hands-on activities. In addition to a five-show run of “The Singularity Play” about artificial intelligence, performed by Theater, Dance & Media students, and a fashion show and design competition created from ocean trash, Arts First also featured performances from Harvard musical ensembles, visual art installations, and opportunities for attendees to participate in a group dance performance. The Harvard University Band performs during the Arts First Festival. Dana Knox (left image), director of the First-Year Arts Program, and Ricardo Razon ’25 (right image) dance during a party put on by the Black Arts Collective during the Arts First Festival. Children learn how to throw pots...

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