• Staff Art Show. Digital graphic of Dunster House, showing the bell tower and an autumn tree framing one side. Artwork by Julie Mikush.
  • Staff Art Show. A  landscape drawing of a neighborhood with houses and trees done in black pen outlines and filled in with bright colored markers. Artwork by Stephanie Vecellio.
  • Staff Art Show. A person stands between tooth-like ice formations called penitentes at the high altitude. Artwork by Maria Mukhina.
  • Staff Art Show. A painting of the prudential tower, with bright red blue and purple colors in the background. Artwork by Owen Linders.
  • Staff Art Show. Two orange-pink dahlias with tapered curly petals are about to burst open, emerging from the center black background. Artwork by Mary Kocol.
  • Staff Art Show. A large 50" x 50" square canvas composed of a variety of warm and cool colorful organic and geometric shapes with a neutral background. Artwork by Steven Cabral.

The Harvard Staff Art Show is an online exhibition celebrating the creative work of the Harvard University staff.

 


Trailer Transcript

ARTWORKS AND ARTISTS

The Harvard Staff Art Show spotlights over 280 artworks by 167 artists from almost every School and unit across the University!

BROWSE BY THEME

 

BROWSE BY ARTIST & SCHOOL/UNIT

Participating Artists

Shelby Acteson • Matthew Adelman • Claudette Agustin • Francis Alix • Vanessa Aller • Marla Allisan • Alison Anderson • John Aslanian • Clint Attebery • Amanda Ayers • Robyn Bahr • Jason Barcus • Victoria Barnum • Lauren Beath • Autumn Bennett • Beryl Berridge • Lindsay Blevins • Mark Bocash • Kathy Brenner • Francesco Buccella • Steven Cabral • Maynor Campos • Samantha Canesi • Melissa Carden • Piper Chapman • Kat Chávez • Lisa Clark • David Cloutier • Amy Cohen • Emily Coles • Mike Collupy • Bridget Copes • Sharon Cornelissen • Michael Davis • Dawn DeCosta • Simon Demosthene • Warren Dent • Samantha DeWitt • Stephanie Dos Santos • Sama ElBannan • Chris Engles • Stephen Ervin • Joy Falk-Onyango • Dorothy Fatunmbi • Mark Feeney • Marcia Feldman • Michael Fitzhenry • Haleh Fotowat • Jodie Francis • Sarah Furie • Betsy Gardner • Karen Gausch • Philip Gerstein • John Girash • Michelle Giuliana • Keith Gnoza • Monique Goodin • Brittany Gravely • Pamela Greene • Desiree Guerrero • Adam Gurczak • Edwin Hinspeter • Daniel Holabaugh • Amanda Hope • Heather Hughes • Amina Hussain • Le Huong Huynh • Aria Jin • Susan Johnson • Abigail Ketchen • Roba Khorshid • Ann Marie King • Susan Kinsella • Mary Kocol • David Kroll • Mimi Lam • Mary Lancaster • Sarah Leon • Owen Linders • Flora Lindsay-Herrera • Vincent Liu • Ruth Loescher • Sophia Lozano • Melissa Lucius • Katarzyna Maciak • Andrew MacKenzie • Nikita Mahulkar • Ricardo Maldonado • Amy Maltzan • Natalie McCabe • Katherine McGaughey • Richard McGirr • Cassie McGrath • Dave McHugh • Mari Megias • Bailey Merlin • Mia Metivier • Julie Mikush • Anna Miller • Cori Mintzer • Uma Mirani • Suzanne Montgomery • Lora Morini • Heather Morris • Maria Mukhina • Janessa Mulepati • Bethany Murray • Marysara Naczi • Kat Nakaji • Lex Nappa • Julie Neu • Simone O’Hanlon • YeaRim Oh • Hana Omiya • Valerio Pacini • Anabela Pappas • Kelley Perry • Jordan Persson • Lynn Petrella • Tony Pham • Lindsey Poremba • Ansis Puriņš • Clare Putnam • Christopher Raichle • Emily Ronald • William Santoro • Rosita Scarfo • Denise Simon • Joan U Smeltzer • Kate Smith • Connie Smith • Marvin Smith • Jamie Spear • Scott Stackpole • Jack Staid • Heather Stewart • Olivia Stone • Nishant Sule • Brianne Sullivan • Radha Suraj • Naoe Suzuki • Emma Tavolieri • Christina Tedesco • Sarah Tefft • Bailey Thaxton • Samantha Timpano • R. Leopoldina Torres • Roel Torres • Giovanni Trambusti • Stephanie Trott • Frances Turnbull • Michael Van Devere • Karin Vander Schaaf • Stephanie Vecellio • Stephanie Vincent • Nicole Vitkosky • Marie von Kampen • Kayo Walsh • Julie Wertz • Isaac Westfield • Caitlyn Wilson • Devon Wilson • Melanie Wisner • Tsz Wong • Katie Yost

MISSION STATEMENT

In the spirit of inclusion and belonging at Harvard, and as an effort to remain connected during this unprecedented time in Harvard history, we want to establish a virtual space where staff can share their creative endeavors with each other and with the University-wide community. We want to provide the opportunity to show our “whole selves” - the artistic, creative sides that may not otherwise be a part of our work at Harvard. In doing so, we also strive to impart a sense of beauty, inspiration, and hope for a better tomorrow on our colleagues, family, and friends. 

SPONSOR

The Harvard Staff Art Show is sponsored by Common Spaces

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