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Urban Culture Institute, Wentworth and Cultural Mapping

Urban Culture Institute, Wentworth and Cultural Mapping

Dr. Christina Lanzl, Adjunct Professor of Architecture and her students of Wentworth Institute of Technology Department of Architecture have developed a new Fenway (and Kenmore) Cultural Map.  The map includes “1) architecture, specifically cultural facilities and academic institutions, (2) public art, (3) green/open spaces, and (4) access, featuring all modes of transportation including parking and bicycle […]

June 11, 2014 - Houston-based artist Daniel Anguilu's completed mural on the stairway leading up to the Columbus Parking Garage.

Northeastern: New Arts Administration Graduate Program

As part of ArtWeek Boston, Northeastern launches a new Arts Administration graduate program with a public art tour led by Bree Edwards, Director of the Northeastern Center for the Arts. 
 When: Wednesday, May 4, 12-2PM 
 Tour will kick off at noon in front of the Ruggles MBTA station on the Huntington Ave side. Street location: 150 Forsyth St, Boston, MA 02115 and will […]

The MFA’s newest attraction – the “Breathing Flower”

The MFA’s newest attraction – the “Breathing Flower”

 

 

 
Photo by Cassidy Hopkins, Boston Magazine
If you’ve been on Huntington Ave recently, you may have noticed a new addition to the lawn of The Museum of Fine Arts.  In celebration of spring and serving as an introduction to what promises to be the museum’s largest contemporary installation Megacities Asia, “the breathing flower “a 20-foot wide […]

Goapele and Nemes: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Goapele and Nemes: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Goapele and Nemes will be performing Thursday, March 31st as part of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s RISE concert series.  With a blend of jazz, soul and hip-hop, Goapele performs with passion and soul and has been referred to as a “spiritual love child of Sade and D’Angelo” by Rolling Stone magazine.  Goapele will be accompanied by […]

BRANCH OUT

BRANCH OUT

The Mary Baker Eddy Library in collaboration with Artists for Humanity, a Boston youth arts organization, created “Branch Out”, a public art piece currently on display in the lobby of the library. Branch Out is based on community outreach and partnership.  On the tree-like installation are birds perched on branches accompanied by neighboring bird houses […]