In a meeting on the evening of June 30, members of the Boston Art Commission voted unanimously to remove the copy of Thomas Ball's sculpture from Park Square.
Artists Catalina Delgado-Trunk and Yinka Shonibare will both have installations on the greenway this summer, offering the public the opportunity to experience new work while many museums remained closed.
Widespread coronavirus closures have decimated tourism in Western Massachusetts where art, theater and music drive a post-industrial, creative economy.
The university said they changed the locks to secure the building in the pandemic. But AAMARP artists saw the move as an acceleration of a campaign to push them out.
Artists are bringing their sketchpads to the protests against police brutality with the goal of capturing the moment, drawing accounts of directly observed events.
From giant murals to detailed mixed-media portraits, these artists are finding unique ways to create during this unique moment in history and sharing it with their audiences on Instagram.
PEM announced 38 of 260 employees across departments were being laid off, effective immediately, and all staff making over $110,000 have taken pay reductions ranging from 10-25%.
The beheaded statue of Christopher Columbus challenges our views and "does this in a way the non-beheaded version never did. It does this in a way that removing the statue...
The project has expanded from the photographer's backyard to Lynn and Lawrence and aims to make people more empathetic with one another.
This year, the MassArt MFA graduates are showing their thesis exhibitions in a new way. One that doesn’t involve in-person viewing.
The artist has been awarded a Doctor or Fine Arts honorary degree by Brandeis University.
The museum, its catering company and partnering community organizations in East Boston are extending their food distribution program through September 3.
The MFA has announced its commitment to purchasing works from a list of 24 living artists based in the United States and Puerto Rico.
“The Corona/Crown Project" is a traveling public art piece encouraging communities affected by the coronavirus pandemic to take safety precautions.
Gov. Charlie Baker announced a four-phase plan for reopening the state, and while a lot of the details still need to be figured out, arts and culture organizations are planning.
Artist Cagen Luse tackles the comedy of daily life during the pandemic, highlighting everything from losing track of what day it is to family meetings on Zoom.
The MFA will invest $500,000 and implement new policies and procedures following a racist encounter students experienced last spring.
Local artist Eben Haines created the gallery as a way for artists to show their work despite pandemic related closures and stay-at-home orders.
Struggling families in East Boston lack access to fresh food, and the Institute of Contemporary Art, which has a satellite location there, is trying to help.
The museum will furlough 250 staff members and layoff 122. Remaining museum staff will take pay reductions.