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Virtual Reality and Public Art Collide in “Augmented Landscapes”

Get ready for the Pokémon Go of public art installations. Opening May 27 at the Salem Maritime National Historic Site, “The Augmented Landscape” brings together four […]

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Boston Ballet Releases Video in Support of NEA

With arts funding potentially on the chopping block under the Trump administration, local arts groups are speaking up. Yesterday, the Boston Ballet premiered a new […]

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The MFA Brings Renaissance Italy to Boston with Botticelli Exhibition

Boston is getting a taste of the Renaissance this summer. “Botticelli and the Search for the Divine,” the largest exhibition of Sandro Botticelli’s paintings ever […]

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“Matisse in the Studio” Offers a Look into the Artist’s World

Eclectic, personal, and vibrant, “Matisse in the Studio” at the Museum of Fine Arts offers you the chance to delve into Henri Matisse’s whimsical world of figures, […]

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The BSO Just Announced Its 2017-2018 Season

The Boston Symphony Orchestra’s 2017-2018 season, which will run from September 22-May 4, will feature a few firsts for the institution, including a first-time-ever performance […]

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Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day Returns Next Week

Get ready to scream for free ice cream: Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day returns on Tuesday, April 4, at locations around the world. The […]

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ICA Reads Chooses Kindred Adaptation for 2017 Pick

If you’re a fan of graphic novels, comics, or science fiction, ICA Reads, the Institute of Contemporary Art’s “artful book club,” is right up your […]

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New MFA Exhibition Focuses on Deportation, Displacement, and Erasure

On March 25, “’I Must Tell You What I Saw’: Objects of Witness and Resistance,” an exhibition of works that depict the displacement and silencing […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

CIRCUS Circus 1903 Barnum and Bailey may be shutting down, but that doesn’t mean the circus is over, or that you have to feel guilty […]

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There’s a Boston Casting Call for Mark Wahlberg’s Latest Movie

Always dreamed of acting in a major Hollywood movie? Your moment may finally have arrived, courtesy of Mark Wahlberg. On March 4, Slate Casting will […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

INSTALLATION Steve McQueen A video installation from filmmaker Steve McQueen, Academy Award-winning director of 12 Years a Slave, is now on display at the ICA. […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

STAND-UP Lewis Black Known for his acerbic wit and generally outraged disposition, comedian and actor Lewis Black will take the stage at the Shubert Theatre […]

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10,000 Glass Raindrops Hang from Above at MassArt

Talk about makin’ it rain. The next time you have a chance to stop by MassArt’s Design and Media Center, look up. In late January, […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

BROADWAY Cabaret As part of its 50th Anniversary Season, Roundabout Theatre Company is reviving their Tony Award-winning version of the classic show, which was conceived […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

CINEMA The Love Witch Part of the Brattle’s “Dead of Winter: Cinema of the Occult” series, this film is sure to delight anyone with an […]