Poignant and lyrical like his poems, Harold Green’s normal speech is like a soft-spoken, rhythmic…
“The MFA’s 150th anniversary is a moment to honor our past and, more critically, anticipate our future. The Museum was founded with a spirit of generosity and belief in the power of art and artists—values that remain among the pillars of today’s MFA,” said Matthew Teitelbaum
The Boston Ballet’s 2018-19 season brings the magic of the classic fairytale Cinderella to the…
The Museum of Fine Arts Boston (MFA) has issued an apology to students from a Dorchester middle school who were subjected to racist comments during a field trip on May 16. The museum went through the security footage of the class’ entire trip and concluded that two visitors made racist comments to the students. Those visitors have been banned from the MFA.
Just after celebrating its 20th anniversary, Newtonville Books is still up and running. Despite a transfer of ownership and a change of location, Newtonville Books remains a relevant, independent brick-and-mortar bookstore, even in the age of Amazon retail.
People gathered in a warm, intimate room in the North End facing a table with…
Last Friday, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum hosted the “Colleges of Fenway De-Stress Day,” which featured live music, massages, therapy dogs, and more for students.
A group of actors performed ‘All American Boys,’ an adaptation of the novel by Jason Reynolds and Brandon Kiely about a young boy who is assaulted by a cop at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on Thursday.
A little more than a year after his hiring, and following extensive training, Riley is all grown up and now the star of the museum’s newest children’s book, The Adventures of Riley the Museum Dog.
The MFA showcases Paris’ nightlife in the late 19th century through Toulouse-Lautrec’s eyes.