In response to the lack of arts experience in the Boston public school system, Susan Rodgerson founded Artists for Humanity, an organization providing underprivileged youth an opportunity at employment in art and design.
Earlier this month, The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum acquired the work of artist Ambreen Butt for the museums façade in a piece called “I Need a Hero” portraying an image of a female heroine.
In celebration of their 10th anniversary, the Institute of Contemporary Art is hosting 10 days of festivities and programming to engage the Boston community.
Opened to the public on Oct. 9th and running through Jan. 16th of next year, the MFA’s William Merritt Chase exhibit presents the underrepresented work of the great American painter.
Created by artists Ann Hirsch and Jeremy Angier of A+J Art + Design, Fort Point’s newest art installation directs Boston’s attention towards the global migrant crisis.
Featuring around 20 local artists and craftsmen, ‘Art in the Square’ will take place this coming Saturday in the Chestnut Hill Square.
This year, the 27 participating teams of engineers built structures made entirely out of donated food cans for the Boston Society of Architect’s 21st annual Canstruction event.
Last Sunday, the South End Open Market brought live art to the street, and provided visitors with a glimpse into Boston’s graffiti culture.
Visitors to the exhibit will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to examine the stunning books and manuscripts closely, but with great care.
Vastly different from the formal structure of traditional museums, Gardner created a stunning building inspired by 15th-century Venetian architecture in which she arranged and displayed her art.