The age of budding technology—the old, clunky ’90s desktop and its one, repetitive flash game—come back to life in the latest exhibition at the Harvard Art Museums’ […]
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 […]
How to spot a fake, the Harvard way.
Et voilà, the last of three major museum director vacancies in Boston has been filled. The Harvard Art Museums announced Wednesday that Martha Tedeschi—currently the deputy […]
There’s a very cultured reason to play hooky on Monday—the Harvard Art Museums are waiving admission fees for the day. It’s been a year since the […]
In 1971, the president of Boston Gas—now National Grid—commissioned local artist and former nun Corita Kent to decorate a 150-foot-high natural gas tank facing the Southeast […]
The tides are turning in Boston’s museum scene. As of now, three directors of three major museums in the area are now on their way […]
After six long years of laboring on the renovation and expansion of the Harvard Art Museums, lead architect Renzo Piano had but one simple message […]