Institute Of Contemporary Art
There is something in Boston’s art scene for every budget, particularly the tight one. Enjoy outdoor festivals and elegant parties, all on a shoestring.
On March 21, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston opens a show by Charline von Heyl, bringing the artist’s paintings to Boston for the first time. Senior curator Jenelle Porter calls her work “extraordinary.”
You could buy Dad a tie, a belt, or a new travel mug for Father’s Day. Or you could buy him a couple hours of pure entertainment.
The warmer spring weather has finally arrived – beyond family BBQ plans, have you made family plans for the long weekend?
Winters in Boston can be, well, brutal. But luckily, there’s no shortage of inclement weather activities to explore.
Looking for something to do this holiday weekend? Here are some ideas around the state.
Time for playing in the snow, trying out all of the new holiday gear, and a need to get out of the house.
The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston says, by exhibiting David Wojnarowicz’s film “A Fire in My Belly,” the ICA is standing up for the principle of artistic freedom.
It can get pricey to enjoy all that Boston’s rich arts community has to offer. There are ways to take in some of the finest exhibits and performances, for free.
It’s not surprising that in a cultural city such as Boston there’s no shortage of indoor places for kids to get creative.