For its third year, Massachusetts Design Art & Technology Institute launches free public art exhibitions and numerous programs to reenergize a downtown community.
Beginning May 29, neither visitors nor staff will be required to wear a face covering at the Boston museum, in alignment with a statewide mask ordinance.
Artist Alexis Rockman examines the future of our planet through historic shipwrecks.
Create a custom art certificate from a robust list of core courses and electives at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts’ Continuing Education Summer Session.
Ross was forcibly confined to the Lodz Ghetto and tasked to take propaganda photographs, but secretly documented the brutal living conditions to leave a historical record of atrocities committed by the Nazis.
The sale at Boston’s RR Auction includes ephemera of all sorts linked to presidents from George Washington to Joe Biden.
The Boston museum, the site of one of history’s most notorious unsolved art crimes, now finds itself indirectly connected to another.
Works made during lockdown explore our connection to breath in a new exhibition at PEM, on view through June 20.
Over 100 paintings, sculptures, photographs, and archival sources trace the rise of a vibrant modern art movement from India’s colonial period through its independence.
Jon Feng, a Members and Visitors Services Representative, said the union will redistribute power to “give greater consideration to those in the most precarious positions.”
As, Not For: Dethroning Our Absolutes spans from 1865 to 1999. Curator Jerome Harris will give a virtual lecture on November 10.
“You don’t have to make things easy for them,” says Red Star about her new exhibition for children at MASS MoCA.