“We want kids to be able to relate to the animals in a new way,” Zoo New England President John Linehan says.
This list, from The ARTery's Greg Cook, adopts a more expansive definition of art.
The multi-day celebration offers parades, rowing races, prayer, and the infamous greasy pole contest.
Add up this cast of differently-abled creatures and you get a story about people with special needs, about how they make accommodations, how they succeed.
Great Small Works’ performance “Muntergang and Other Cheerful Downfalls” is "a meditation on how to embody values that change social power relationships.”
An exhibition featuring illustrator Leonard Weisgard illuminates his relationship with the legendary writer Margaret Wise Brown.
“There is almost like this alchemy in something not electric glowing,” co-curator James Weinberg says.
Double Edge Theatre’s pageant gives a final, free performance in Boston at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 29.
“Natural hair means you’re taking back who you are," says Shaumba-Yandje Dibinga of OrigiNation.
Check out the stunning handcraft and intricate designs artists today are cutting from paper in a new Fuller Craft Museum exhibit.
Including controversial Chinese star Ai Weiwei, Rodin's sensuous sculptures, “The Twilight Zone,” Black Lives Matter protests, a cat petting zoo.
Visiting the haunting and very thought provoking “Dead Animals” exhibit at Brown University.
Pakistani-American artist Anila Quayyum Agha’s giant lantern pours patterns across the Salem museum's gallery.
Shows in 52 cities March 19 aim to raise funds to buy water filters for homes in Flint.
Our guide to where to get your classic New England spring sugar fix.
“For ‘Space Oddity,’ we fly out to look at the earth and then we fly to the moon and we fly to the stars. It’s a visual journey that goes to his music."
Explore the great indoors at the Lyman Estate Greenhouses, Wellesley College Greenhouses, Roger Williams Park's Botanical Center and Tower Hill Botanic Garden.
See images from "The Art of a Political Revolution,” a nationally-touring exhibition organized by the Sanders presidential campaign, which is in Boston just this weekend.
The monumental puppet show, at MassArt from Feb. 17 to 21, calls for freeing Oscar Lopez Rivera, who has been in federal prison for 3 decades.
An exhibit at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art shows how the brilliant Disney artist shaped "Cinderella," "Peter Pan," “Alice in Wonderland" and the Disney parks.