Out and About As seen around town A singer, a shutterbug, and a supermodel. ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page As seen around town: Harry Belafonte, Mario Testino, Anna Wintour, Gisele Bundchen, and more. Photograph by Bill Brett JUMP IN THE LINE Crooner and humanitarian/activist Harry Belafonte, with wife Pamela Frank, in town to receive the Desmond Tutu Social Justice Award from the nonprofit South Africa Partners on October 13. Photograph by Bill Brett PUTTING ON THE RITZ: Cerise Lim Jacobs, librettist for the Pulitzer Prize-winning opera Madame White Snake, flanked by Gloria Lieberman and Sheryl Marshall at “Tribute! A Celebrity Series Gala” at the Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common on October 13. Photograph by Jim Davis/Globe staff SHUTTERBUG: Arriving at the new Museum of Fine Arts exhibit of his work, celebrity photographer Mario Testino with Vogue editor Anna Wintour and longtime muse Gisele Bundchen on October 17. Photograph by Bill Brett KIDDIE LITERATI: Hollis Shore, incoming children’s writer in residence at the Boston Public Library, with her predecessor, Sarah Winifred Searle on October 17. photograph by eleni macrakis READY. SET. COOK! Sixth-grader Mai Nguyen selects vegetables during a festival for CitySprouts, an organization devoted to creating gardens at schools, at Cambridge’s Kennedy-Longfellow School on October 14. Photograph by Bill Brett EYES AND EARS: Drs. Ralph Iannuzzi and Ralph Bell Metson at the Sense-ation benefit gala for a Massachusetts Eye and Ear children’s fund at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on October 16. photograph by q lam ES IST GUT: Goethe-Institut Boston director Detlef Gericke-Schonhagen, French cultural attache Anne Miller, and producer/director Guy ben-Aharon at the German Stage production of Voltaire & Frederick: A Life in Letters on October 15. photograph by kara kochalko ON POINT: Event cochairs Rodney Rafteryand Ceceilia Allwein with Jorge Valencia, executive director of Point Foundation, the nation’s largest scholarship-granting organization for LGBTQ students, during a fund-raiser at the Mandarin Oriental, Boston on October 18.