Whether you want to make art or see it, there's something for everyone from the comfort of home.
The interactive sculpture examines what play – and playgrounds – mean to society.
The installation serves as an introduction and conversation starter for museum visitors -- on the issue of police brutality and racism in America, but also what role the arts and...
We’ve waited many, many months to finally have the chance to see art the way we used to. ARTery contributor Pamela Reynolds shares which exhibits are worth checking out.
Commissioned by the Medford Arts Council, artists Amanda Beard Garcia and Destiny Palmer are painting utility boxes around the city with bright and bold colors.
The new storefront will increase the organization's footprint to offer more exhibition, performance and studio spaces.
The Dorchester Art Project’s show will feature the work of 22 artists age 30 and under, with mediums spanning a wide range — collage, illustration, painting, photography, sculpture and more.
Along with new safety protocols, the MFA will come back to life with advance-purchase timed tickets, reduced capacity and shortened hours Wednesday through Sunday.
In his new commissioned project “Rules of Engagement,” Gomez set out to incorporate words that represented both an emotion and an action and settled on love, respect and compassion.
Rosa Rodgriguez-Williams begins her job at a time when museums across the country are pushing themselves to reconsider their roles in the community.
The museum will provide $1,000 stipends to each artist selected, and the murals will be completed in Salem's The Point neighborhood.
"Race inequality is not a new challenge for America, but the killing of George Floyd by police officers in Minneapolis has brought boiling racial tensions to a full overflow," writes...
After Leonardo’s "The Breath of Empty Space" was abruptly canceled from showing in Cleveland, the North Adams museum stepped in to exhibit the work and has created opportunities for community...
Katherine Taylor photographed Mayor Marty Walsh for a series documenting Mass. residents wearing masks. She believes the city stole her idea for their own photo campaign.
"The world is full of so many problems and challenges, and art isn’t going to save anybody. But it can at least offer a space for reflection or a space...
"There's going to be a seismic shake out, I believe, in that whole ecosystem of where we go to enjoy art," said outgoing director Joseph Thompson.
The artist created some of the most memorable bronze sculptures in Boston that commemorate Black life and liberation. She died on Wednesday, Aug. 19.
On view at Boston Sculptors Gallery, the artist’s multidisciplinary work questions who we are, who we say we are and how we represent ourselves through tech and social media.
The company will fund creative projects that will grow the sport. "There are so many different perspectives to share and stories waiting to be told," Tracksmith CEO Matt Taylor says.
Crispus Attucks -- a half African, half Native American former enslaved person -- was the first to be shot and killed by British troops during the Boston Massacre on March...