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Mi Casa, Your Casa is on Seaport Common until Sunday, March 14th of 2021.

Swing into March with the Seaport’s Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0 installation

Samantha Bailey, Journal Contributer February 23, 2021

A new interactive and COVID-19 friendly exhibit dubbed Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0 is open to the public on the Boston Seaport Common until March 14.  This installation consists of two rows of little red...

The entrance to Go Pixel Yourself located in CambridgeSide.

Go Pixel Yourself provides a unique, interactive experience for the Boston area

Grace MacDonald, Staff Writer February 16, 2021

After a long closure due to COVID-19, Go Pixel Yourself, a selfie museum in Cambridge, has finally reopened its doors to social media and photography fanatics. The museum, located on the second floor...

Colorful artwork created by Boston-based fashion designer Ella Tamagni (ellatamagnidesign) on display at the House of Venus exhibit.

“House of Venus” celebrates young artists’ work through pops of color

Jasmine Francoeur, Journal Contributor October 27, 2020

The underground gallery House of Venus was a must-see hidden gem in the SoWa Art & Design District that enchants gallery-goers with a colorful display of artwork by fresh, young artists.  The gallery,...

Preview: Basquiat MFA exhibit, a series of firsts

Preview: Basquiat MFA exhibit, a series of firsts

Abby O'Connor, Asst. Arts and Culture Editor October 13, 2020

The Museum of Fine Arts’ (MFA) newest exhibition “Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation” is an installation of firsts.  Originally scheduled to debut in April of 2020, “Writing...

Silvia Lopez Chavez's mural titled

Sea wall murals are bringing color and environmental awareness to East Boston

Julia Ahaesy, Opinion Editor September 22, 2020

The Boston Harbor Shipyard and Marina came to life as the summer ended with a collection of four vibrant, story-telling murals decorating the exterior of several brick buildings in the area. Linda Cabot,...

The courtyard inside the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Looking back at the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum heist 30 years later

Emily Devlin March 18, 2020

All it took was 81 minutes for a pair of thieves to steal 13 pieces of artwork from the Gardner Museum.  The WBUR and Boston Globe produced podcast, Last Seen, goes through the events of the night. Just...

Ruby uses an array of materials like fabric, such as in the piece pictured above

ICA opens macabre Sterling Ruby exhibit

Abby O'Connor March 4, 2020

On Feb. 26, The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) opened its new exhibition, featuring a diverse sample of pieces by American artist Sterling Ruby. The exhibit includes over 70 pieces of the artist’s...

Museum of Science unleashes new canine-themed exhibit

Museum of Science unleashes new canine-themed exhibit

James Bartlett February 19, 2020

Take a deep dive into the science behind man's best friend at the Museum of Science’s newest exhibit “Dogs! A Science Tail.” The exhibit gives museum goers a chance to see unique perspectives into...

Colombian artist uses found objects in exhibit honoring indigenous people

Colombian artist uses found objects in exhibit honoring indigenous people

Shayla Manning January 30, 2020

In a harshly lit, striking white room hangs various colored fishing nets surrounding an otherwise empty space. Under a vast, multi-colored circular net, hangs a collection of different colored glass bottles,...

ICA artist shows a sense  of Self in new exhibit

ICA artist shows a sense of Self in new exhibit

Sarah Turley January 29, 2020

Tschabalala Self’s latest and largest exhibit “Tschabalala Self: Out of Body” has come to the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA). The exhibit focuses on Self’s view of the world and the African...

Vivian Suter brings Guatemala to Boston with her nature inspired paintings

Vivian Suter brings Guatemala to Boston with her nature inspired paintings

Abby O'Connor October 16, 2019

“To me, it’s incredible because what we’re doing is walking into an environment in a room rather than an exhibit,” Narayan Khandeker, Harvard Art Museums Director of the Straus Center for Conservation,...

MFA invites Native American musicians and dancers to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day

MFA invites Native American musicians and dancers to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day

Leo Castaneda-Pineda October 16, 2019

Indigenous Peoples' Day, observed on Oct. 14 in lieu of Columbus Day, celebrates the culture of indigenous populations, honors their ancestors and brings awareness to the issues they have faced in both...

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