Director Colin Barnicle explores the world of art theft in his docuseries, ‘This Is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist.’
Most people have unknowingly heard Jamila Woods on some of Chance the Rapper’s hit songs, such as “Blessings” and “Sunday Candy.” The sold-out crowd at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (ISG), however, was treated to tracks from her own 2017 debut album HEAVN and latest release, LEGACY! LEGACY!. Hailing from Chicago, Woods’ work emphasizes themes…
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.
“That’s what art is about.” said current Boston artist-in-residence Steve Locke. “Show me the line, so I can step across it.”
Judith Barry’s art piece, Untitled, aims to prompt a discussion about the refugee crisis, and will be hanging on the facade of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum from Jan. 17 to June 27.