32 Quincy Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Explore what it means for art to be “untouched” through close looking at three works that arguably lack the physical touch of the artist’s hand: the woodblock print "A Cloudy Day in Mizuki, Ibaraki Prefecture" (1946) by Kawase Wasui, the stained glass window "Woman with Animals" (c. 1912) by expressionist artist Max Pechstein, and a 1967 photograph of the Beatles [John] by Richard Avedon from the Schneider/Erdman Printer’s Proof Collection.
This interactive tour will take place online via Zoom. To join, click the following link: https://harvard.zoom.us/j/91347404807 (free admission; no pre-registration required).
Virtual Student Guide Tours take place every Thursday at 8pm and every Saturday at 11am on Zoom. Each tour is unique and offers a chance to explore the collections of the Harvard Art Museums through the eyes of a Harvard student. Drop in and join the conversation!
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This program is supported by the Ho Family Student Guide Fund.
The Ho Family Student Guide Program at the Harvard Art Museums trains students to develop original, research-based tours of the collections. These tours, designed and led by Harvard undergraduates from a range of academic disciplines, focus on objects chosen by each Student Guide and offer a unique, thematic view into the collections.
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