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  • From 08/10/17 6:06 pm until 08/10/17 8:06 pm
    The Fenway Alliance is a consortium of 21 national and internationally renowned cultural and academic institutions all located in the Fenway that define the best of arts, culture, education, and research in Boston and beyond. Opening Our Doors, our signature event, aims to bring together our members and community in a wonderfully diverse day of FREE cultural offerings for the entire family. Member institutions and partners host activities ranging from musical and dance performances to historic tours and lectures, special "behind-the-scenes" looks at Alliance institutions, walking tours of The Fenway, and much more! Highlights at the 16th Annual Opening Our Doors Festival will include: the Kick-off Ceremony, ARCK's large interactive dry erase mural, and performances by the Hyde Square Task Force and Boston Children's Choir at the Christian Science Plaza, "Painted to Play" pianos, food truck, and Julie Ann Otis' American Therapy Booth at Evans Way, a musical playground provided by the Boston Symphony Orchestra in the YMCA of Greater Boston's lobby, and various activities and student performances at Northeastern University's Krentzman Quadrangle. For a full schedule, check out our website: www.fenwayculture.org/programming/opening-our-doors
  • On 08/30/17
    At 450 Harrison Avenue No 43 Categories: Art Gallery
    Remembrance and the fragility of life are at the core of Kathleen Gerdon Archer's most recent photographic series, Fare Well: The Art of Ending. Through painterly photographs of constructed ice forms, Archer's work honors people that she has lost. Of the symbolism in her lyrical images she says, "We are all bits and pieces of the generations that came before us, condensed like the lines of minerals that we see in rocks left by glaciers on the New England shore." Archer's photographs capture the quiet melting of ice sculptures she has created. The constructions are intimate time capsules for the person she is memorializing. Personal items from the homes of lost family and friends are placed in a vessel and frozen, layer by layer, scoring lines in the ice that mirror stratum of the earth. The first layer is rock and the second plant matter. The third is seed from plants and birds and the fourth layer is thick with torn family photographs. Subsequent layers are personal memorabilia... jewelry, birth and death announcements, report cards and more. As they melt, Archer photographs the exposed contents. Rocks, seeds, intimate photos, letters and jewelry slowly tumble out of the once solid form. The images are the only documents of her process and preserve the cherished items as precious talismans.
  • From 02/27/18 5:00 pm until 02/27/18 6:00 pm
    At 20 Elm Street, Northampton, MA 01063, USA Categories: Museum, Art Gallery
    Professor Bert Winther-Tamaki will give a lecture on photographers, ceramicists, and installation artists working in Japan in the 1950s through 1970s.
  • From 03/01/18 7:30 pm until 03/01/18 8:30 pm
    At 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115, USA Categories: Education, Museum, Art Gallery
    In celebration of the exhibition “M. C. Escher: Infinite Dimensions,” join us for an evening of inspired conversation as we consider the Dutch printmaker from a variety of angles. All featured speakers contributed text for the labels in the exhibition. Erik Demaine, professor, Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Barbara Lynch, chef and owner, Barbara Lynch Gruppo Lloyd Schwartz, poet James Stroud, printmaker Ronni Baer, moderator, William and Ann Elfers Senior Curator of Paintings, Art of Europe For more information visit: http://www.mfa.org/programs/lectures-and-courses/m-c-escher-reflection-and-perspective
  • From 03/03/18 4:00 pm until 03/03/18 5:00 pm
    At College Lane Northampton, MA 01063 Categories: Museum, Art Gallery
    Part of Mina Cheon's residency at Smith College in connection with the exhibition: "体 Modern Images of the Body from East Asia". Free and open to all.
  • From 03/09/18 4:00 pm until 03/09/18 8:00 pm
    At 20 Elm Street, Northampton, MA 01063, USA Categories: Museum, Art Gallery
    Art making for all ages, inspired by works on view. Guided conversation exploring a different art object each month.
  • From 03/10/18 2:00 pm until 03/10/18 5:00 pm
    Enjoy local craft brews and bites while creating something unique to take home from each of our studios! Make personalized prints, decorate a ceramic stein and try your hand in our jewelry and metals studio.
  • From 04/04/18 6:03 pm until 04/15/18 8:03 pm
    At 539 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116 Categories: Art Gallery
    The Fifth Anniversary Boston Design Week is an over 12 days the festival featuring designers, non-profit organizations, schools, and other design-related businesses hosting 80+ events throughout greater Boston. Look for our official event calendar coming in mid-February and sign up for our newsletter to be the first to hear special announcements. AD20/21 HOME will serve as the closing event of the festival with a 4-day show and sale April 12-15. The show and sale opens Thursday, April 12 with a gala preview to benefit the ASID NE Scholarship Fund. More information and the newsletter sign-up can be found at www.BostonDesignWeek.com.
  • From 04/12/18 6:07 pm until 04/15/18 8:07 pm
    At 539 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116 Categories: Art Gallery
    The new AD20/20 HOME & Boston Print Fair will kick off at the culminating event of the Fifth Anniversary Boston Design Week. The show will open with a Gala Preview on Thursday, April 12 to celebrate Boston Design Week and benefit the ASID New England Chapter (ASIDNE) Scholarship Fund. Weekend hours are Friday 1pm-8pm, Saturday 11am-8pm, and Sunday 11am-5pm. Tickets are $15, under 12 free, and include admission to all special programs, complimentary re-admission, show catalog, and coat check. The show will take place at the Cyclorama, Boston Center for the Arts, in Boston’s historic South End. For more information visit www.AD2021Home.com
  • From 04/17/18 10:00 am until 04/17/18 4:00 pm
    At 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115, USA Categories: Museum, Art Gallery
    From dragons and unicorns to ancient Egyptian objects, the Museum is filled with artworks both magical and mythical. Make art, enjoy performances, go on a family art walk, and listen to spellbinding children’s stories. Enjoy free drop-in activities all week. All ages and abilities welcome; kids are free, but children must be accompanied by an adult. No registration required.
  • From 04/28/18 10:00 am until 04/28/18 5:00 pm
    At 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115, USA Categories: Fairs/Festivals, Art Gallery
    Celebrate the return of spring with Art in Bloom, the Museum’s annual festival of fine art and flowers. Enjoy art from across the MFA’s collection paired with magnificent floral interpretations. Daily events include: tours of arrangements throughout the galleries; flower-arranging demonstrations; snacks and lunch in the Art in Bloom Café among European paintings; and outdoor walking tours. Art in Bloom launches with an Evening Preview of freshly installed arrangements on Friday, April 27 from 5 to 10 pm. The popular Member Night is Saturday, April 28, and Community Day with children’s activities is Sunday, April 29. Special Guided Group Tours are available beginning Friday evening. Browse the new MFA Art in Bloom Market and expanded Garden Cart for unique gifts and treasures. Special guest speakers! British floral designer Joseph Massie, winner of five consecutive Gold Medals at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, and one of Europe’s top botanical artists, demonstrates his innovative, contemporary design process. Celebrated event planner Bryan Rafanelli shares his experiences, inspirations, and unforgettable memories from exceptional events he has designed around the world. Save the date: tickets for events are on sale February 22.
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