Clairvoyance: The Tree Planting

Clairvoyance Closing

The Tree Planting Ceremony

A.R.T. Breakout


  • Run Time

    One hour

  • Free

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Join American Repertory Theater artist-in-residence Diana Oh for the culminating installation of her year-long journey of Clairvoyance at a tree planting ceremony. Clairvoyance: The Tree Planting Ceremony is a participative and interactive event open for all to join. The ceremony will continue Diana’s quest for healing and love, and the celebration of QTPOC power and Queer magic. Clairvoyance, Diana Oh’s concert at OBERON, immediately precedes this event from April 24 to April 27. The concert is created and performed by Diana Oh, and love doctored by Diana Oh and Mei Ann Teo.

The Tree Planting Ceremony will take place in the vicinity of Peter’s Hill at the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, near quadrant 62-NE (PDF). Look for posted signage. Closest access is via the Mendum Street Gate; alternative access via Poplar Gate, Peter’s Hill Gate, Arborough Road, Walter Street, and South Street.

This event will take place rain or shine!


ArtWeek Presented by Highland Street Foundation Produced by Boch CenterThis event is part of ArtWeek, presented by Highland Street Foundation and produced by Boch Center. There are unique, interactive experiences that can be found all across the state from April 26 to May 5.

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About Diana Oh

Diana Oh (she/they) is a witch. She knows it. So do her closest friends. Clairvoyance runs in her family. She went to a spiritual counselor in the jungle in Thailand, and the spiritual counselor told her to sing and go wild in Boston. Everything else the spiritual counselor said came true, so Diana is doing it. She is one of Refinery 29’s Top 14 LGBTQ Influencers, creator of {my lingerie play}, and the first Queer Korean-American interviewed on Korean Broadcast Radio. Upworthy and The Wall Street Journal call her “Badass.” The New York Times calls her “Irreverent.” You can call her “Friend.”