The lecture series brings renowned visual artists to the Boston University campus for public artist talks.
Kenyon will work with students in the College of Arts, Media and Design’s Arts Administration and Cultural Entrepreneurship graduate offerings.
The New Delhi based painter and printmaker discusses her experience in MassArt’s 2D Fine Arts MFA Program and life as an artist after graduate school.
The lecture series brings renowned visual artists to the Boston University campus for a public artist talk.
An exhibition of female faculty, their mentors, and their students at Boston University reveals the strength in women’s artistic genealogies.
With its new Watershed space, the ICA has to navigate a delicate balance of bringing art into East Boston without displacing the communities and artists already there.
Boston Public Library’s Leventhal Map Center is exhibiting maps of volcanoes, catacombs, mines, subways, sewage systems, and other underground cartography.
Mark Lamster’s The Island That Nobody Knows explores Boston’s Deer Island, a former prison and quarantine site that now houses the city’s sewage plant.
The artist and filmmaker’s two-channel video piece “Ashes,” having its US debut at the ICA in Boston, forces the viewer to reconcile disparate scenes projected onto either side of a suspended screen.
Over the course of 2017, Chris Templeman’s “Make and Take” installation in Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway is 3D printing over 2,000 free roosters to celebrate the Year of the Rooster.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The historic collection of glass flowers at the Harvard Museum of Natural History recently reopened after its first comprehensive renovation.
Starting tomorrow, visitors to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, will have a rare opportunity to experience what usually occurs behind the scenes in conservation labs.