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After 23 years with the BSO, and a major expansion, Volpe is prepared to find a successor.
Artist Stephanie Cole’s constructions and intricate assemblages, often fantastical and whimsical, are almost exclusively autobiographical, exploring the daily household victories and tragedies.
In this zany Celtic tale, when fairies come to help Parker Bates (This Is Us) with his chores, he discovers they're far more trouble than they're worth.
The plan still needs to pass muster with the Boston Arts Commission, the Boston Landmark Commission and the Boston Parks Department.
The exhibit at the Tufts Aidekman Arts Center includes 51 works by 34 artists who in the past 40 years have examined aspects of a sprawling system that now imprisons...
In Antoinette Nwandu’s pained and powerful “Pass Over,” two young black men while away the night on a ghetto street corner in an unnamed American city, hoping to dodge hopelessness,...
In a solo show, the significance of Godine’s figures is left completely (and refreshingly) to the interpretation of the viewer.
The cultural institution moved from Newbury Street to the Seaport in 2016. But a lack of foot traffic and annual operational losses inhibited their success.
Plus, a drag queen story hour and a Celtic music festival.
Artist Tschabalala Self’s work presents dynamic depictions of daily life in Harlem as well as an introspective reflection on black identity.
Despite the deceptive title, director Ladj Ly’s electrifying film is not yet another adaptation of the 1862 classic novel, but rather an examination of police and racial tensions.
Bekah Brunstetter’s “The Cake,” now at The Lyric Stage Company, grapples with what a traditional Southern baker does in preparation for her best friend's daughter's wedding to a woman.
Kimsooja explained that making perfect spheres is not the goal. Instead, focusing on this small, repetitive, physical task provides a moment of focus and calm in an over-stimulated, device-driven world.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced an exhibit coming in June displaying 150 of King Tut's possessions.
The writer-director’s movies operate according to a stubborn internal logic all their own, offering not the slightest concession to those in the audience trying to puzzle them together.
A conversation with the Pulitzer Prize winning-poet Tracy K. Smith. She spent a year traveling the country as U.S. poet laureate. Where did she go?
Podcast luminary Avery Trufelman (99% Invisible, Articles of Interest) stars as a generous baker touched by magic in this scrumptious Jewish tale.
Harvard University's famed theater troupe has named the actor and director as the group's 2020 Woman of the Year.
The exhibition is tries to show Nubia for what it always was: a world in and of itself within the Sudanese Nile Valley that flourished in antiquity.