Last Friday, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum hosted the “Colleges of Fenway De-Stress Day,” which featured live music, massages, therapy dogs, and more for students.
The Catholic Relief Services Student Ambassadors, EcoPledge, and the Geology Club hosted “Perspectives on Climate Change: An Interdisciplinary Response.”
Prints from Staatliches Bauhaus—the German school of art, architecture, and design open from 1919 to 1933—are featured in Radical Geometries, an exhibit in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts that opened on Feb. 9. It will be open until March 21.
More than 280 students attended the Shea Center for Entrepreneurship’s annual Startup & Entrepreneurship Fair on Tuesday.
J.P. Licks, the Boston-area ice cream shop, hosts visiting artists who apply to have their work hung up at the various locations throughout the city. On Wednesday, the J.P. Licks in Brookline, Mass. held a reception for its newest artist, Stephanie Cohen.
Ellen Winner described the main point of “How Art Works: A Psychological Exploration” and her lecture as being “what art does to us.” She spoke on the problem of defining art and people’s emotional reactions to art at the Harvard Bookstore on Friday.
Writer, historian, and activist Rebecca Solnit spoke on the silencing of women and altering of reality in the context of today’s political climate on Wednesday evening.