Museums remind me of my dad, and though I wouldn’t deem myself an art critic or eccentric scholar, I have always been excited to check another one off of my list.
The historic theatre provides a strong artistic presence in the heart of Brookline.
Fenway Studios was built for artists—complete with just the right light—and this weekend they are opening their doors for an inside look.
The organizers of Boston Calling aren’t happy entertaining the city twice a year—so they hosted weekly events all summer, ending tonight.
Today, The Street launches a series of art installations—starting with Deborah Kass—to draw crowds to the strip mall.
Boston Calling will return for the fourth time since its inception in May 2013—and it is this pace that co-founder Brian Appel says has kept the festival growing.
By: Sarah Moore
Currently, the Boston Public Library’s McKim Exhibition Hall holds 150 pairs of running shoes, tattered from the 26.2-mile stretch they endured before being left in Copley Square. These shoes, Sharpie-tattooed with messages of support and inspiration, are part of a new BPL exhibit.
“Live Through This” is a series of portraits of suicide attempt survivors, whose pictures are snapped immediately after each individual recounts his or her own story, in order to capture the confusing mixture of pain and triumph each had just relived.
By: Kelly Coleman
The Boston Student Film Festival (BSFF) will make its third annual appearance between Thursday and Saturday, March 20-22.
By: Maggie Maretz
For the first time ever, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is presenting a new series called Stir, which features a blend of contemporary art, music, and performances.