Museum Of Fine Arts
The Boston art scene has something for everyone. Whether you prefer classical techniques or contemporary art, you can find it here. Art lovers will be inspired at the following attractions.
Boston volunteers who love art have the pick of anything from ushering at a local museum to helping kids make a career in an artistic field.
Besides being the unofficial kickoff to summer, Memorial Day is a day for commemoration and remembrance of those who passed away while serving in the United States Armed Forces. In the Boston area, the whole weekend has various events going on from parades to tours and exhibits to special activities.
Getting kids into art classes in Boston is easy for any age group and on any budget.
Don’t let the rain stop your fun. Just because you don’t want to be outdoors doesn’t mean you can’t explore, play and learn. The next time storm clouds arrive, try out the rainy day activities provided here.
Get your calendars out because we have the best places to see and be seen for any fashionable Bostonian this summer.
The exhibit features hundreds of hand-sewn quilt squares from all over the world and was created in response to the marathon bombings.
The museum, along with over 400 other art partners, has uploaded high-resolution works of art to googleartproject.com
The longest serving director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is announcing his retirement.
From renowned impressionists to artists who make their pieces move, there is a lot to see in Boston this spring.