VIEW ARTSBOSTON CALENDAR
Artists throughout the state have a chance to be a part of “Art on the Marquee,” a program designed to integrate the arts into a sign system normally relegated for commercial purposes.
Saitowitz’s memorial accomplishes what many like it strive to do, but often are unable to: it marks a profoundly tragic event in ways that are symbolically loaded without being overtly literal.
Alchemist honors the Institute’s 150th anniversar and the students who have researched, studied, and problem-solved at MIT.
The Wall at Central Square (or The Wall at Central Kitchen) serves up bombastic, bold, colorful, ever-changing, and oh-so-contemporary examples of some of the coolest street art around.
CAUGHT IN THE ACT
Adams had a lifelong romance with nature, and in a riveting new show at the Peabody Essex Museum, we see his relationship with water, going all the way back to the seaside San Francisco of his boyhood.