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March 1, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgIn 1962, American artist Mark Rothko painted five murals to display in a penthouse dining room in the then-new Holyoke Center on Mt. Auburn Street. Then, as now, Rothko was considered one of the greatest living American painters, and Harvard President Nathan Pusey, upon seeing the works, asserted that they mark “an unprecedented moment for visual art in America.”The murals remained on view until 1979, when they were moved to storage. During that time, the dining room was used for official University events as well as activities sponsored by other organizations.“The Rothko murals remain Harvard’s most impressive set of modern paintings for a dedicated space,” said Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, founding director of the Center for the Technical Study of Modern Art at the Harvard Art Museum. “Many people at the University had the privilege of seeing these paintings installed, and we are seeking their memories and impressions of the murals as they appeared in Holyoke Center.”If you saw the murals installed or have anecdotal information about them and would be willing to participate in an oral history project, please contact Mancusi-Ungaro at [email protected], or call 617.384.9410.last_img read more

February 27, 2021 | |Post a Comment

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September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgChelsea’s slim chances of a top-four Premier League finish suffered another blow as Javier Hernandez salvaged a priceless point for West Ham in their battle to avoid the drop in a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge yesterday.The reigning champions now trail Tottenham and Liverpool by 10 points with just six games left to salvage a place in the Champions League next season.Chelsea paid tribute to former captain and assistant manager Ray Wilkins, who died aged 61 on Wednesday following a cardiac arrest, before kick-off with a minute’s applause. However, on the field they failed to deliver manager Antonio Conte’s call to “make a great memory” in Wilkins’ honour as a desperately disappointing season continues to fizzle out.The hosts did go in front in scrappy fashion when captain Cesar Azpilicueta prodded Alvaro Morata’s knockdown past the flat-footed Joe Hart.“We are not clinical. It’s a pity because we dominated the game,” said Conte.“We are talking about a draw and that is incredible. I think with this game we can see our season. We create a lot of chances but we cannot take them.“When this happens regularly and you stay in this position, it means you have problems. Other teams in the league are more clinical. This is the truth.”West Ham went into the game on the back of a morale-boosting 3-0 win over fellow strugglers Southampton last weekend to ease rising tensions between the board and supporters.And they look well-set to save themselves from relegation as Hernandez’s strike moved David Moyes’s men six points above the drop zone in 14th.Chelsea played a large part in their own downfall as Gary Cahill’s wayward header allowed Marko Arnautovic to pull the ball back in the Mexican’s path to slam past Thibaut Courtois.Hart was needed, though, to salvage a point for the visitors as he made brilliant stops from Marcos Alonso and Olivier Giroud in the closing stages to do his hopes of starting for England at the World Cup no harm.Sixth-placed Arsenal are now just three points adrift of Chelsea as Danny Welbeck scored twice and also set up Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to continue his fine start to life in the Premier League in a bad-tempered 3-2 win over Southampton.Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger made seven changes from the side that beat CSKA Moscow 4-1 on Thursday in their Europa League quarterfinal, first leg with Champions League qualification by winning that competition now the Gunners’ priority.Another England World Cup hopeful was heavily involved as the injury-ravaged Welbeck netted his first league goals since September.Shane Long took advantage of a comical mix-up between Petr Cech and Shkodran Mustafi to put the visitors in front early on.However, Welbeck teed up Aubameyang for his sixth goal in eight games since joining for a club-record fee from Borussia Dortmund and then put Arsenal in front before the break.“I’m pleased for him because he has been through difficult times,” said Wenger. “I have seen him behave (well) when it was really tough so he deserves everything he gets.“He had every reason to feel sorry for himself, to think the mountain was too big to climb, because it was the right knee, then the left knee and a year out every time.“People were questioning whether he would come back and I believe what he has done is exceptional.”Charlie Austin came off the bench to level for the Saints 17 minutes from time.But, after passing up one glorious chance, Welbeck headed home the winner nine minutes from time.Saints’ Jack Stephens and Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny were then both sent off as Southampton’s frustration boiled over in the closing stages as they remain three points adrift of safety.aShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

August 12, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img14 Sep 2017 Gloucestershire set to defend their county crown Tags: competitions, English Women’s County Finals, Gloucestershire Gloucestershire will defend their title next week when the English women’s county championship is played at Felixstowe Ferry, Suffolk.They won for the first time last year, on their sixth consecutive appearance at County Finals. Now, the South West side again face the challenge of teams from the other five England Golf women’s regions, including the host county of Suffolk, representing the East.The other title contenders are Buckinghamshire from Midlands South, Hampshire from the South, Nottinghamshire from Midlands North and Yorkshire from the North.The title of English women’s county champions is one of the most sought-after and the five-day round robin tournament is always a great show of passion and fine golf. It takes place from Monday to Friday, 18-22 September.Suffolk and Buckinghamshire are seeking their first title; Nottinghamshire won for the first time in 2015; Hampshire have won four times, most recently in 2014; and Yorkshire have been champions 12 times, most recently in 2013.Players include Suffolk’s Fiona Edmond, who was an England and GB&I international 25 years ago, before illness, six children and work put a stop to her golf. She returned to the game about three years ago, won the English senior women’s title at her first attempt in May and has just helped England win the silver medal at the European senior women’s team championship.Yorkshire’s Rochelle Morris and Hampshire’s Kerry Smith have both played in the Curtis Cup, while Olivia Winning (Yorkshire) is another international and the two-time winner of the Scottish open stroke play championship.Buckinghamshire’s Thalia Kirby and Daisy Kennedy were in the successful England U16 girls’ team which recently took on Switzerland. Thalia was also runner-up in the English U16 girls’ championship.Gloucestershire have seven members of last year’s winning side in the nine-strong team for their title defence. Nottinghamshire, meanwhile, return with five of the players involved in their successful 2015 team, including two members of the England Golf staff – Women and Girls’ Participation Manager Lauren Spray and Nottinghamshire Club Support Officer Emily Cheshire.TeamsBuckinghamshire – Deeya Aggarwal, Georgina Bowers, Victoria Bryan, Julia Gallagher, Denise Goodacre, Daisy Kennedy, Thalia Kirby, Alice Kozlowski, Chloe Li and Susanna Mitterer. Captain Sue Ashworth.Gloucestershire – Grace Connelly, Alex Giles, Alison Kelly, Ebonie Lewis, Caley McGinty, Claudia Ovens, Sam Round, Alex Saunders and Ffion Tynan. Captain Andra Knight.Hampshire – Louise Caplen, Raffi Dyer, Sammi Keen, Flora Keites, Georgie Mundy, Adrian Mylrea, Aimee Paterson, Kerry Smith and Kelly Travers. Captain Kay Walshe.Nottinghamshire – Emma Anderson, Rachel Boulton, Emily Cheshire, Caron Harrison, Carol Houghton, Emma Howie, Libby Kilbride, Kristina Lazarevic, Glenys Priestley, Lauren Spray and Carol Wild. Captain Helen Maber.Suffolk – Alice Barlow, Vanessa Bell, Fiona Edmond, Victoria Inglis, Lils James, Sharon Luckman, Amanda Norman, Abbie Symonds, Lottie Whyman, Joanne Woodwood. Captain Vanessa Bell.Yorkshire – Mia Eales-Smith, Megan Garland, Charlotte Heath,  Hannah Holden, Megan Lockett, Rochelle Morris, Nicola Slater, Olivia Winning and Melissa Wood. Captain Fran Dickson.Order of play:Monday 18 SeptemberMatch 1 Nottinghamshire v BuckinghamshireMatch 2Gloucestershire v SuffolkMatch 3Hampshire v YorkshireTuesday 19 SeptemberMatch 1 Gloucestershire v HampshireMatch 2Buckinghamshire v SuffolkMatch 3Yorkshire v NottinghamshireWednesday 20 SeptemberMatch 1Suffolk v YorkshireMatch 2Nottinghamshire v HampshireMatch 3Gloucestershire v BuckinghamshireThursday 21 SeptemberMatch 1 Nottinghamshire v GloucestershireMatch 2Buckinghamshire v YorkshireMatch 3Hampshire v SuffolkFriday 22 SeptemberMatch 1 Hampshire v BuckinghamshireMatch 2Yorkshire v GloucestershireMatch 3 Suffolk v NottinghamshireClick here for the resultsImage: Gloucestershire’s victory celebrations (copyright Leaderboard Photography)last_img read more

February 24, 2019 | |Post a Comment
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