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ArtsThursdays: A Night of Biodiversity

Join Harvard Museums of Science & Culture for a free, fun night on Thursday, Apr. 25. Come with a date, come with friends, or make new friends while strolling through the galleries. This month, learn how photographers and scientists document biodiversity and use art to help people connect with nature. Visit the photography exhibit "Frogs! Through an Ecology Lens" to learn about the diversity of frogs in India. Attend the lecture, India: An Amphibian Hotspot, presented by scientist and photographer S. D. Biju, from 6–7pm. Visit "In Search of Thoreau’s Flowers," an art and science exhibition inspired by Henry David Thoreau’s plant collections from Concord, MA. Create a cyanotype–a camera-less photographic print–using local plant material guided by photographer Leah Sobsey, whose work is featured in the Thoreau exhibit. Take some snaps in the photo booth with fun nature-themed props and backgrounds. Purchase drinks at the cash bar (valid government ID required to consume alcoholic beverages). Enter a free raffle to win museum gifts and membership. This event is free and open to the public. Free event parking is available at the 52 Oxford Street Garage. Registration is encouraged, but walk-in visitors are always welcome. ArtsThursdays is a university-wide initiative supported by Harvard University Committee on the Arts.


26 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA

Harvard Square

Date & Time

  • Thu Apr 25, 2024-Fri Apr 26, 2024

    • 9:00pm - 1:00am


  • Museums / Attractions
  • Exhibit
  • Visual Art