Michaela Marks explores the nature of human vice with her exhibit ‘7 Deadly Sins.’
Several talented faculty and staff displayed their artwork at an exhibit in Carney.
The ICA presents a collection of photographs by Boston-based artist Nicholas Nixon that captures the passage of time and the beauty of age. The exhibit includes Nixon’s ‘The Brown Sisters,’ a series of group portraits of his wife Bebe and her three sisters, taken annually since 1975.
From the Eagle’s Eye, a student photography exhibit, illustrates the Boston College experience through the eyes of students.
The intersection of the strange and the beautiful is just a 40-minute ride down the Green Line.
Peeling away “superficial Boston,” to Riley, is a question of access. It means climbing fences, walking past doormen, capturing moments in unwelcome spaces.
Filmmaker Sean Collins created ‘A City Upon a Hill’—one of Boston’s first timelapse videos that is quickly taking the internet by storm.
The creators of the ‘Gavel’ series reflect back on a year in stories—from the inception of the idea last November to Authentic Eagles today.
Technology has changed the way we live our lives, but does the ‘media revolution’ really mean that much to us?