Photos: Late Nites at the Museum of Fine Arts

Check out scenes from the October 13, 2017, event at The MFA.

On Friday, October 13, 2017, The MFA kicked-off their Late Nites event series, connecting visitors to art, culture, and community. Guests were treated to dancing, DJs, pop-up performances, food showdowns, plus a sneak peek at the exhibit “Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics.” The next one is upon us—don’t miss the ultimate museum after-hours experience at the next MFA Late Nite on Saturday, March 3, 2018.

Local DJs spin all night long in MFA’s Shapiro Courtyard / Photo by Fabian Gomez

Guests dance throughout the evening / Photo by Fabian Gomez

Friends making Takashi Murakami inspired art / Photo by Fabian Gomez

Guests sketch a live performance in a gallery / Photo by Fabian Gomez

The Huntington Entrance of the Museum reflects the energy inside / Photo by Fabian Gomez

Party-goers take a moment to view Murakami’s 59 foot red dragon, Dragon in Clouds—Red Mutation: The version I painted myself in annoyance after Professor Nobuo Tsuji told me, “Why don’t you paint something yourself for once?” / Photo by Fabian Gomez

Fans are immersed in Murakami’s installation, Kawaii – vacances (Summer Vacation in the Kingdom of the Golden) / Photo by Michael Blanchard