Who they are
The Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, completed in 1963, is the only building on the North American continent designed by Le Corbusier. The five levels of the building function as open and flexible working spaces for painting, drawing, and sculpture. The Sert Gallery, at the top of the ramp, features the work of contemporary artists, and the main gallery at street level hosts a variety of exhibitions supporting the curriculum of Harvard's Visual + Environmental Studies Department. The Carpenter Center is also home to the Harvard Film Archive, which brings to the public a unique program of classic, rare and experimental films.
What we did
Analytics implementation, collection + reporting
Social media integration
Rich media (Podcasts + video)