CGIS South Concourse
1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Celebrate the start of the school year with SAI! The Welcome Back Mixer is a chance for students to enjoy delicious South Asian food while meeting SAI’s Visiting Fellows and faculty, learning about student funding opportunities, and meeting with representatives from Harvard South Asia student groups.
For all student groups who wish to organize an informational table at the mixer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrate the start of the school year with the South Asia Institute!
- Meet SAI’s Visiting Fellows and faculty
- Learn about student funding opportunities
- Meet with representatives from Harvard South Asia student groups
- Enjoy delicious South Asian food!
‘Altered State: Painting Myanmar in a time of transition,’ an exhibit of paintings will be on display Thursday, February 4 – Monday, February 22, 2016 in the Japan Friends of Harvard Concourse, 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge MA
Seminar on February 19: Freedom and Fear in Myanmar with Ian Holliday,Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning), The University of Hong Kong
Cosponsored with the Asia Center
An exhibit of paintings on display in the CGIS South Concourse, February 4-22, 2016
Sponsored by the Harvard University Asia Center and the South Asia Institute
**A seminar related to the exhibit will be held on Friday, February 19, 2016, 12:15 p.m. in S153, CGIS South with speaker Ian Holliday, The University of Hong Kong
SAI Photo Exhibit
On Display in the CGIS South Concourse from Nov. 5, 2014 – Jan. 31, 2015.
Open Mondays-Thursdays 7am – 9pm; Fridays 7am – 7pm
Coded Elegance, by Pablo Bartholomew, is a series of ethno-anthropological photographs of tribes and people of the hills and valleys of Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, and Manipur, taken from 1989 to 2000.
Coded Elegance constitutes a mere fragment of Bartholomew’s extensive visual anthropological documentation of the various tribes and people residing in the low Himalayan hills and valleys of Northeast India — a people whose lives are marked by tradition and transition. The series, an off shoot of Marked with Beauty, his 2000 exhibition of rich, color photographs of the many Naga tribes, is influenced by his own collection of portraits of the Darjeeling hill tribes by Johnston and Hoffman, and Irving Penn’s body of work in Papua New Guinea.
It explores his journey and interaction with tribes in Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, and Nagaland — diverse communities with myriad different languages and dialects — as well as the people inhabiting the valleys in that region. The preservation of their traditional cultures articulated through their dress, rituals, and rites of passage, forms the overarching subject of Coded Elegance.
With generous support from the Donald T. Regan Lecture Fund, the Arts Initiative at SAI brings experienced and emerging artists to Harvard whose work focus is on social issues related to South Asia.
A group show called South Asia Exchange:
An exhibition exploring contemporary dialogue about South Asia: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan, including social justice, pop culture, industry, the environment, food, music, and how they come into play with the idea of exchange.
Exhibit duration: October 6 – October 14, 2014
Wednesday, October 8, 2014, 6 – 9 p.m.
Wednesday, October 8, 2014, 7:00 p.m.
Exhibit is open to the public :
Mon-Thurs: 7 AM – 9 PM
Fri: 7 AM – 7 PM
Celebrate the start of the school year with the Harvard South Asia Institute (SAI)!
- Enjoy delicious food from all over South Asia.
- Meet representatives from student groups across Harvard that focus on South Asia.
- Learn about SAI’s internship and funding opportunities.
If you are interested in representing your South Asia focused student group at this event, please email us at email@example.com.
Join SAI for a night of fun entertainment, music, and delicious South Asian food.
Featuring performance by:
Mon, Dec 2, 2013 at 05:00pm
Mon, Dec 2, 2013 at 07:00pm
Celebrate the start of the school year with the Harvard South Asia Institute.