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Harvard Created a Bauhaus Dreamland for the Internet

A healthy dose of Bauhaus design inspiration is now only a click away thanks to the good folks at Harvard. This week, the Harvard Art […]

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The ICA Debuts Its Largest Collection Presentation

Ten years ago, things at the ICA became a lot more permanent. After changing its name and its location more than a dozen times throughout its […]

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There’s a New Sculpture in Fenway’s Symphony Park

Berklee College of Music and Symphony Hall define the Fenway as Boston’s musical center. So, when the Fenway Civic Association began nearly a decade-long project […]

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There’s a New Wizard of Oz Mural in Dorchester

New mural in #Dorchester to honor local actor, Ray Bolger, known for role as #scarecrow in #WizardofOz @WelcomeToDot pic.twitter.com/a16axDlcoU — Brett (@wellmabk) July 25, 2016 […]

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Does Anyone Want a Few Robert McCloskey Paintings?

Before Robert McCloskey became synonymous with a little group of ducklings that waddled around Boston, he was a struggling artist looking for work. He studied […]

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Renaissance-Era Sculptures Are Coming to the MFA

A total of 46 sculptures crafted during the Renaissance are coming to the Museum of Fine Arts this August. The vibrant glazed terracotta masterpieces look almost exactly like they […]

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Movie in the Works About 1972 Worcester Art Museum Heist

A lot of people know about the stolen paintings from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, but not many people are aware of the other Massachusetts […]

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What It’s Like to Be a Professional Sand Sculptor

The Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival attracts masters from around the world to local shores. But for Deborah Barrett-Cutulle and Steve Topazio, the journey […]

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The Street in Chestnut Hill to Unveil New Mural 99.9% Happy

After this Saturday, Chestnut Hill will share something in common with cities on the world map, including London, Paris, Istanbul, and Tokyo. Like these metropolises, […]

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New Bedford Residents Are Feuding Over a ‘Seagull with Boobs’

Welcome to Weirdest Thing of the Week, where…well, we point out weird things. Yo that’s a Seagull with Boobs. #NBMA #Art pic.twitter.com/C6l7AKAnVa — Benjamin Ortega […]

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A New Greenway Mural Was Painted This Week

A photo posted by Gracenote Coffee Boston (@gracenoteboston) on Jul 18, 2016 at 12:24pm PDT The Rose Kennedy Greenway’s newest mural is ready for Instagramming Interactive […]

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BCA Welcomes New Hope Tree Sculpture by Chanel Thervil

Orlando, Baton Rouge, Minnesota, Dallas, France, Turkey, Baton Rouge again… Recently, any glance at the news seems to bring another tragedy. For those needing some […]

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Fort Point Wants You to Design Its Next Floating Artwork

Hoping to follow up a series of greatest hits among Boston’s ongoing string of popular public art installations, an arts group has opened the invitation […]

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PEM Welcomes New Exhibit Featuring Childe Hassam’s Paintings of Appledore

A new Peabody Essex Museum exhibit transports viewers to Appledore, a tranquil island off the coast of Maine in the Isles of Shoals. Soundscapes of […]

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Frederick Douglass Exhibit Opening at the Museum of African American History

One man, countless images. Starting July 15, the Museum of African American History welcomes many Frederick Douglasses to its walls for a new exhibit, “Picturing Frederick […]