These sites contain forms, documentation, and handbooks to orient new and returning TAs and TFs, and Visiting Faculty. For access to these sites, contact email@example.com.
A series of video tutorials for AFVS students, currently focusing on making art from home - simple and flexible techniques, cheap and accessible materials and tools, and really safe working practices. (No dangerous power tools, hazardous or toxic materials, etc.) Contact Oliver Strand to access this resource.
A regular newsletter of opportunities for students - ranging from grants and fellowships, calls for work in juried exhibitions and festivals, residencies, and job and internship listings, around the University and around the world - and opportunities within AFVS, too. Read more...
Film Study Center resources
- Filmmaking Resources at Harvard is list of on-campus resources for the study and creation of moving images
- Off-Campus Resources includes local film services; directories/clearinghouses for funding, residencies, festivals, etc; and curated lists of opportunities
- Curated lists of grants, residencies, festival/screening opportunities, and publications, updated as opportunities and links change
to learn more about upcoming events in the Department, and link to the AFVS Instagram.
to learn more about the buildings, studios, and resources available in AFVS.
for information about courses and concentrating in AFVS.
to learn more about our partners and friends working in the arts around campus.
By supporting experimentation, innovation, and evidence-based practices, the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning seeks to create transformational learning experiences for faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates in Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Read more...
Learn more about Media and Techology Services in FAS, and Spring 2021 teaching and event support.
The mission of Harvard University Information Technology (HUIT) is to make it easier for faculty, students, and staff to teach, research, learn, and work through the effective use of information technology. Get support from HUIT via phone, email, or their chat feature. Read more...
To encourage individuals to voice their concerns, Harvard University established the reporting hotline and website which provides the opportunity to report concerns in an anonymous manner. Read more...
There are several options for reporting a concern of sexual harassment and other sexual misconduct through the Office for Gender Equity. Read more...
The HU Ombuds Office is an independent, neutral and confidential place for visitors to discuss their academic and workplace issues and concerns. The office is open to all members of the Harvard community, and is informal, assures confidentiality, and is independent of University administration. Read more...