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The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Bostons Museum of Fine Arts opens their new conservation science to the public.

MFA merges conservation science and art

Julia Capraro, Staff Writer November 15, 2022

The Museum of Fine Arts celebrated the science of art conservation this year with a behind-the-scenes look at its own conservation center this past weekend in the “Conservation Up Close” event. The...

Local authors and vendors promote their art and books at the Boston Book Art Fair.

Book art fair brings artists and enthusiasts together

Emily Collins, Staff Writer November 8, 2022

Calling all art-lovers: The Boston Art Book Fair was held at the Boston Center for the Arts Nov. 4-6 featuring local Boston artists and some who came from across the nation.  The Boston Art Book Fair...

Various new paintings on display via the two new exhibits at Bostons MFA.

The Museum of Fine Arts welcomes two new exhibits

Keely Menyhart, Staff Writer November 8, 2022

The Museum of Fine Arts Boston brought a new touch of modernism in Frank Bowling’s “Americas” which opened on Oct. 22, and “Body Awareness: Maria Lassnig’s Experimental Films” that debuted...

Metal of Honor: Gold from Simone Martini to Contemporary Art, Installation View 1, 2022.

Honoring old gold

Keely Menyhart, Staff Writer October 18, 2022

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum welcomed a new exhibit on Oct. 13 called “Metal of Honor” honoring the art from Simone Martini and other contemporary artists who all make use of  gold within their...

A visitor admiring the exhibit.

New MFA exhibit explores world history through photography

Leo Woods, Photo Editor October 11, 2022

The Museum of Fine Arts opened its newest exhibit, “LIFE Magazine and the Power of Photography,” on Oct. 9, allowing patrons to step back in time and experience some of the most pivotal moments of...

An exhibit at the MIT Museum

Cambridge welcomes back the MIT Museum

Keely Menyhart, Journal Contributor October 4, 2022

After closing their doors in 2020 due to the pandemic, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Museum in Cambridge finally reopened to the public on Oct. 2.  The museum fills three floors and is...

Barack Obama, 2018. Oil on canvas by Kehinde Wiley

The end of a presidential tour: Obama portraits on display at MFA

Keely Menyhart, Journal Contributior September 28, 2022

The stark blueish purple walls meet the eyes of patrons at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts as they enter the large gallery, finally being in the same room as the Barack and Michelle Obama portraits that...

Grab your tote bag and check out these 10 open markets in Boston

Grab your tote bag and check out these 10 open markets in Boston

Katelyn Norwood, News Editor April 26, 2022

Warm weather in Boston can only mean one thing; weekends full of strolling through open-air markets are back where you can explore local handmade goods, fresh produce and unique vintage threads. Here are...

Mae Chevrette (left) and Sandy Belock-Phippen (right) in their SoWa studio space.

SoWa art market displays the works of local artists

Ashley Fairchild, Asst. Copy Editor April 26, 2022

Boston’s South End market, SoWa, opened its doors to customers every Sunday in April, allowing artists to showcase their work to the public.  Artist studios take up the second, third and fourth floors...

Gisela McDaniel’s “womxn” series on display at the ICA.

New ICA exhibit ‘A Place for Me’ gathers inclusive artists work together

Ashley Fairchild, Asst. Copy Editor April 12, 2022

A new exhibit at Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art brings eight artists’ work together in a safe and accepting space. “A Place for Me: Figurative Painting Now,” includes oil paintings,...

Turners Modern World on display at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston through July 10.

‘Turner’s Modern World’ pays homage to great British artist

Abby O'Connor, Arts Editor April 12, 2022

The Museum of Fine Arts’ newest exhibition displays over 100 works from one of Britain’s greatest artists, J.M.W. Turner (1775-1851), many of which haven’t been on display before, making this exhibit...

Jazz Scene in Boston: Telling the Local Story is a new exhibit chronicling the jazz scene in Boston at the Museum of African American History.

The Museum of African American History showcases jazz scene in Boston

Colin Doherty, Staff Writer April 5, 2022

Boston’s very own Museum of African American History, located in Beacon Hill, has opened a new exhibit entitled “Jazz Scene in Boston: Telling the Local Story,” a love letter to an often unsung jazz...

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