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The City of Boston Is Looking for Artists

The Boston Public Health Commission’s (BPHC) Finland Building is getting a makeover. The City of Boston is actively seeking artists who want to create temporary […]

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Celebrity Series Announces 2017-2018 Lineup

Get ready for another season of outstanding performances hosted by Celebrity Series of Boston. The newly announced lineup for their 2017-2018 season includes highlights ranging […]

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The Kimpton Onyx Hotel Is Decorating with Instagram Art

The last time you checked into a hotel, you probably spent some time apathetically glancing around the lobby, waiting in line at the front desk […]

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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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The Shape-Shifting Greenway Sculpture Just Got Its Annual Update

The Greenway was alive with commotion on a recent Sunday morning as the shape-shifting artwork at Boston’s Armenian Heritage Park underwent its annual reconfiguration. The […]

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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, […]


SoWa Returns This Spring with Saturday Hours

Fun-day isn’t relegated to Sundays this spring. The SoWa Open Market kicks off its 14th season later this month, and the popular Sunday hang is […]

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What It’s Like to Hang Nasturtiums at the Gardner Museum

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is closed to the public on Tuesdays, but on this particular Tuesday, the place is a quiet flurry of activity. […]

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“Memory Unearthed” Opens at the Museum of Fine Arts

A new exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts offers a rare glimpse into daily life inside a Jewish ghetto in World War II Poland. […]

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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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Best Art Galleries in Boston

Whether you’re looking for a museum-quality masterpiece or just have a few blank walls to fill, these five local galleries have the goods.

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These Sacred Spaces in Boston Are Hidden in Plain Sight

On your last jaunt through Logan Airport, you may have unknowingly passed by Our Lady of the Airways. It’s a chapel inside the airport—the first of its […]

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Trump Might Cut Arts Funding—Of Course Boston’s Museum Directors Are Against It

Oh Mr. President, you didn’t think those reports of potentially cutting the NEA and NEH would go unaddressed by museums themselves, did you? Certainly not […]

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The ICA Is Expanding to East Boston

The Institute of Contemporary Art is making a leap across the harbor. The museum announced today it will expand its artistic programming with a new location in […]