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Gardner Museum to Offer Free Admission for #DigOutArts

First there was #DigOutDineOut, and now there’s #DigOutArts. The new campaign, launched by Opus Affair, encourages people to support local arts organizations and institutions after […]

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Three Major Museum Directors in Boston Are All Stepping Down

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 […]

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Closed? Never. Enjoy Boston’s Museums, Music, and More Online

Whether the snow is keeping you indoors or you just don’t want to change out of pajamas, here are some ways to enjoy Boston’s arts and culture […]

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Nari Ward’s Divination X to Grace Gardner Museum Façade

For several years now, the Gardner Museum’s Anne H. Fitzpatrick Façade has been treated as a focal point of the institution’s dedication to public art. To date, four unique works […]

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Follow Friday: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Follow Friday, At a Glance Connect with the Gardner on social media:  Facebook  Twitter  Instagram  YouTube  Pinterest You can also explore a virtual Gardner Museum via Google Art Project. […]

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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Partners with Google Cultural Institute

Exciting news out of the Gardner camp this morning: the museum has announced a new partnership with the Google Cultural Institute, a collaboration that makes […]

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Gardner Museum Launches New Contemporary Performance Series

Starting this week, visitors to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum may find some sounds coming from the Calderwood Hall once a month quite jarring. Some […]

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‘Midwinter Tropics’ Kicks Off Third Thursdays at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum brought Boston’s art lovers out of the cold and into the “Midwinter Tropics” on Thursday night. The first installment of […]

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Sophie Calle Exhibit Adds New Perspective to Gardner Museum Heist

In 1990, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum was the site of one of the most famous art heists of the 20th century. Twenty-three years later, the […]

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Tim Fain’s Multimedia Concert ‘Portals’ Comes to Boston

In our tech-obsessed day and age, interpersonal communication is all iPhone screen and clicking keyboard. When we want to find a life partner, we hit […]

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Q&A: Father-Son Pair, Jeffrey and Evan Biegel

Though pianist Jeffrey Biegel is returning to Boston to perform with the Pro Arte Orchestra this Sunday, it will be the first time that his […]

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Inside the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's New Renzo Piano Wing

The new Renzo Piano wing at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. (Photo by Matthew Reed Baker) New wings and new buildings have been sprouting up […]

The Art of the Story

Twenty years ago this month, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum suffered the largest art heist in history. The crime remains unsolved.

The Lady of the House

Isabella Stewart Gardner left strict orders: The palazzo she built on the Fens should never, ever change. But museum director Anne Hawley has some strong ideas of her own. Inside her radical—and risky—plan to propel the beloved institution into the 21st century.