Shortly after the pandemic hit, Landry had to figure out a plan B. He spends his days crafting oil-and-water pop art-style paintings in his home studio and has painted 195...
Paula and Steven Peters -- the managing partners behind the creative agency SmokeSygnals -- are separating historic fact from American myth.
MFA employees voted overwhelmingly to unionize, joined a growing wave of museum workers across the nation dissatisfied with low pay and precarious employment.
The exhibition highlights the craftwork -- including glassmaking, ceramics, fiber art, woodworking, mosaics, collage, jewelry and metalwork -- of 15 artists from the Snow Farm craft school.
The exhibit attempts to reflect today’s multifarious narratives by presenting 35 artists hailing from a range of continents, ethnicities and personal experiences.
This public art installation in Chin Park highlights the dynamic community of Boston’s Chinatown and seeks to highlight the neighborhood's "history of immigration, its culture and resiliency."
The series of seven new large-scale murals emphasize the natural world and the need to preserve the environment.
47 pieces from this chapter of colonial history are being shown for the first time in 30 years.
The exhibition "Writing the Future" takes us back to when graffiti-splattered subway cars snaked around a decaying city, ushering in an electrifying shift in art, media, poetry and fashion.
The artist's work was proposed by the ICA, which won the honor to commission the U.S. Pavilion at the international art festival's 59th edition.
The challenge of opening sprawling, loan-heavy exhibitions may be a thing of the past, at least for now.
Full of bright billowing inflatable spiders, birthday cakes, horns and more, the piece -- now on display at Upham’s Corner -- will come down on Oct. 19.
“Listening to Wampanoag Voices: Beyond 1620” features native artists, storytellers and researchers discussing some of their cultural items and photographs that are housed in the museum’s collection.
The city is making several changes in an effort to reduce crowd density this most unusual Halloween, from eliminating haunted houses and costume parades to enforcing social distancing.
Harvard Art Museums have also launched a digital exhibit exploring the rich narratives behind the pigments in its collection.
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.