The Departmental Writing Fellow is a resource for all undergraduates enrolled in AFVS department courses – including Gen Ed courses taught by AFVS affiliated faculty – who would like help with their writing. Read more...
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 or your TA/TF 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. Email email@example.com to subscribe or submit a listing. Read more...
Film Study Center resources
- Filmmaking Resources at Harvard contains a 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
Keep an eye on our Events page for upcoming workshops for students offered by AFVS.
For arts-related workshops and facilities outside of AFVS, see our page Arts Resources at Harvard for links around the University.
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 to concentrators and those enrolled in AFVS classes.
for information about courses and concentrating, and links to forms you may need.
to learn more about our partners and friends working in the arts around campus.
The Dean of Students Office is dedicated to building an inclusive residential and social community where all students can feel welcome and supported at Harvard College. See their page on Inclusion and Belonging, and their list of student organizations.
The Writing Center offers one-on-one consultations to Harvard undergraduates working on any writing assignment for any course. Read more...
The Accessible Education Office (AEO) works with Harvard College students with disabilities to ensure equal access to all aspects of college life at Harvard including academic accommodations. Read more...
The Handbook for Students is designed to orient Harvard College students to academic, social, and personal development opportunities, and the many resources available to you. Read more...