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Allysa shares with us fantastic beasts, and where to find them.
Allysa, along with intern and Harn poet-in-residence Debora Greger, share their reflections on objects from Breaking the Frame: Women Artists in the Harn Collections and Japanese women writers of the past.
A focus on Africanist interns who have worked with Susan at the Harn.
Dulce brings us back to our beloved Champ d'avoine.
A glimpse into the installation of Dreaming Alice: Maggie Taylor Through the Looking-Glass, with Carol.
There are faces on every object connected to the sacred rites of Ògbóni/Òsùgbó featured in the exhibition Peace, Power and Prestige: Metal Arts in Africa. Here, Susan explains why.
Allysa brings us the goddess, Durga, now on view in the Asian wing galleries.
Harn Curator of Photography shares Rania Matar's photographs from the 2020 pandemic.
Susan discusses gold jewelry from Senegal, how it speaks to signares and their enduring impact on urban fashion and society in Senegal.
Dulce shines a spotlight on a few of the women artists of the WPA-era.
Allysa shares the power of small things with objects from the Asian collection.
Read about Susan's communication with Didier Viodé and his confiné (confined) series.
Explore the hand-colored engravings of Maria Sibylla Merian from the collection, with Dulce.
Henry Clay Anderson's work shows the power of photographs to help us see history and make connections.
With Allysa in our Korean gallery: a maebyeong (or plum vase) that has a past life that may surprise you.
Follow Susan through Ghana to learn more about artists in this region.
A photograph has recently entered the Harn Museum’s Collection as one of the initiating voices in Arab feminist photography.
Learn about Dulce's travel to Germany as an art courier accompanying the Harn's Champ d’avoine (Oat Field) landscape by Claude Monet.