The mail-in ballots were counted over a Zoom meeting on Wednesday.
This year’s card has been designed by 86-year-old Darcy De Souza, who found a new calling while participating in the shelter’s art program.
Hannah Duston was a 17th-century English colonist who is believed to have killed 10 Abenaki, 6 of them children, in order to escape captivity during King William’s War.
Thirty feet long and 15 feet wide, “Monumental Cloth” is a massive recreation of a flag that history seems to have forgotten, on view at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum.
Shipwrecks have stoked fear in our collective imaginations throughout history. But what can these disasters at sea say about humans' damaging impact on the planet?
In August, Lynda Roscoe Hartigan will become the first woman to serve as director of PEM, the nation’s oldest continuously operating museum.
Kim Faler creates sensorial experiences based on the emotional weight of the everyday.
The museum has gathered nearly two dozen of Campbell’s realist paintings for a special retrospective depicting Somerville cityscapes.
On Chandler's 80th birthday the museum is announcing the acquisition of “Fred Hampton's Door 2.” It's the first of the artist's works to enter the MFA's collection.
Through self-portraits and portraits of the women she’s closest to, Shabnam Jannesari explores how the Iranian patriarchy censors women. But in the past year, she had to adjust her artistic...
“This Is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist" isn’t likely to put someone behind bars anytime soon, but it will potentially introduce a new audience to the remarkable event.
In his exhibition "In the Light of a Shadow," Kaino creates a galaxy of historic social justice movements inspired, in part, by two "Bloody Sundays" in Selma, Alabama and Northern...
We’ve suffered through a year of a diminished art scene, thanks to the coronavirus. But as things open up, art critic Pam Reynolds recommends the shows around town that are...
It's definitely not something you see every day. About 2,000 pink flamingos appeared Sunday night in Boston's seaport. But how? And why?
The bronze sculpture, by artist Hank Willis Thomas, is slated to be placed beside the Parkman Bandstand where Martin Luther King spoke on April 23, 1965.
The Boch Center is displaying a collection of 23 rotating images on the Wang Theatre marquee as part of the exhibit.
In a year of widespread hardship, painter Marla McLeod found unexpected professional success amid her private grief.
The Rhode Island glassblower -- who was a contestant on Netflix’s reality art competition “Blown Away” -- reflects on his process, inspiration and experience on the show.
“I just want to say how excited I am – and all of us at the MFA are – that one of the first orders of business was to find...
Totaling more than three tons, artist Cicely Carew’s “Ambrosia” is anchored by two sculptures suspended in the Pru’s Center Court and Boylston Street entrance.