The streets of South Boston were filled with people decked out in the colors of Ireland’s flag for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Floats and marching bands were in full force to proceed along a shortened parade route. […]
Four female members of the Boston Printmakers used etching, lithography, relief printmaking, and mono printing to depict figurative images of women’s issues in Boston City Hall’s “March Four Women” gallery.
With a candid look at suicide, the stigma surrounding it, and the depression that may accompany it, Every Brilliant Thing captures the viewer’s attention using only the relatability and resilience of the human spirit that Adrianne Krstansky so incredibly channels. […]
On Monday, Senators Warren and Markey, Mayor Marty Walsh, among others, spoke in support of unions, and joined rally-goers in protest of the pending Supreme Court case Janus vs. ASFCME. […]
On Feb. 7, “Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today” opened at the ICA. Ideas explored within the exhibition include surveillance, the control of information, and the human body, which are all examined in the context of the internet.
The ICA presents a collection of photographs by Boston-based artist Nicholas Nixon that captures the passage of time and the beauty of age. The exhibit includes Nixon’s ‘The Brown Sisters,’ a series of group portraits of his wife Bebe and her three sisters, taken annually since 1975. […]
For the first time in 50 years, the MFA has undertaken a restoration of two Rembrandt portraits in the “conservation in action” studio. The paintings typically have an important place in the MFA’s collection, and the conservators hope to “gain a deeper understanding of these works” through the restoration process. […]
Presenting 60 provocative drawings by Austrian artists Gustan Klimt and Egon Schiele, on loan from the Alberti Museum in Vienna, the MFA’s newest exhibit shatters convention and shocks viewers.
Inspired by controversies surrounding Confederate statues, ‘Monuments to Us’ at the MFA presents a collection of works that embody those who are not often represented. […]
Greenovate Boston hosts open forum around the topic of Boston’s climate action plan to become carbon neutral by 2050. The City of Boston places emphasis on equity in reaching their goal. […]