Tenth Anniversary Observance of 9.11

The Art of Survival: A Tenth Anniversary Observance of 9/11 in Words, Music, and Dance

This observance of the tenth anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon will reflect on the local, national, and global ramifications of 9/11. Through musical and dance performances, images, and readings, the observance will explore themes of anxiety and security, imagination and empathy, survival and solidarity. It takes place in conjunction with an installation in Harvard Yard: a series of posts bearing flowers and poems that connect with the themes of the observance.

Free and open to the public. Tickets are required and available beginning Tuesday, August 30 at the Harvard Box Office or by phone (service charge applies to phone orders). Limit two tickets per person. For further information, please visit the Harvard Box Office website.

Event parking will be available at the Broadway Garage on Felton Street in Cambridge.

This event is made possible with support from the Office of the President of Harvard University.

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