Ed Portal Exhibition Space

Crossings Gallery: Where Arts and Learning Meet in Allston


The Harvard Ed Portal Crossings Gallery displays projects from Harvard and Allston-Brighton artists. Stop by the Ed Portal to see this exciting and distinctive space! 


Public gallery hours:
Monday through Thursday 10:00am to 7:00pm and Friday from 10:00am to 5:00pm.


Upcoming Exhibition

Ninth Annual Harvard Student Art Show
Various Artists
April 1 - April 20

Reception: April 1
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Body in Roses
Maggie Cedarstrom, Harvard Extension School, Body in Roses

Showcasing the work of artists from across the university, the Ninth Annual Harvard Student Art Show is a student-organized visual and performing arts spring exhibition. Working in collaboration with Crossings Gallery at Harvard Ed Portal and Gallery 224 at the Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard, this year’s show represents the breadth and depth of undergraduate and graduate students in all media.

Other Exhibitions at the Harvard Ed Portal


Upcoming Exhibition

Lost in Boston
Nick Dow
February 14–May 11

Reception: March 2

Heaven Sent by Nick Dow

When Brighton-based journalist Nate Dow started taking daily walks around Boston for exercise two years ago, he realized how much he loved the city's subtle beauty. The exhibition Lost in Boston, on view at the Harvard Ed Portal, highlights Boston's often overlooked beauty through Dow's photography.

Past Exhibitions


Hand in Hand, Michael Dowling and Medicine Wheel ProductionsGrass Land: Nexus of the Living World, Saad Amer, Harvard College
The Context of Community, Unbound Visual Arts
Summer Mentoring Exhibition, Harvard Ed Portal Mentoring Program
Tangible Things, Professor Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, PhD. candidate, Christopher Allison, and community members
Life-Changing Art: Featuring Local Homeless and Disabled Artists, ArtLifting
Allston Arts District Open Studio Summary Exhibition, Allston Open Studios
Face Off: Paintings and Interactive Totems, Deborah Putnoi
Religious Literacy: Experiences and Perspectives, Harvard Divinity Professor Diane Moore
Motion and Matter: Kim Bernard, Artist-in-Residence, Harvard Department of Physics
Happy Birthday Venus!Konstantin Simun, Allston-based Sculptor
Temptation of the Mind and Body, Unbound Visual Arts
Changing Allston, Curated by Eva Payne
Refugee Crisis, Nieman Fellow Maciek Nabrdalik
Made in Allston: The Sculptor’s Workshop, Ten local artists, Allston Open Studios