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Drinkwater’s in Porter Square is usually engaged in the quiet business of suiting up men of a certain style, but Janet Malenfant’s “colorful, playful” work lends it a vibrant energy through Aril 11.
It’s been three decades, but East Cambridge’s Clay Dragon is roaring again – in Brockton, where The Fuller Craft Museum has gathered the work of 10 ceramics artists for “Legacy of Fire: Clay Dragon Studios Revisited.”
A 10th-grader from the Community Charter School of Cambridge has won the fifth annual Arlington International Film Festival poster contest.
Members of the public visiting the “Breaking Ground” art exhibit Feb. 19 to March 22 are bound to be a little distracted by the walls holding up the art.
An entertainment license for Central Square’s Out of the Blue Too art gallery was approved Tuesday by the License Commission, as well as a license to deal in antiques and jewelry.
It’s not just short fiction wanted for the March 1 publication of “Microchondria II: 42 More Short Short Stories.” Editors want original art for its covers.
The sudden closing of an Allston art gallery is bringing a refugee exhibit to Central Square’s Out of the Blue Too, as well as hope for a new location and pop-up spots to host shows in the meantime.
Students from Cambridge Rindge & Latin School are now invited take part in a juried contest to design the poster for the Arlington International Film Festival.
Performance and installation artist Suzanne Lacy speaks at Lesley University on Thursday about the social issues have inspired her over the past three decades, including race, gender equity and the labor conditions of low-wage workers.
There’s a lot to appreciate about the newly combined Fogg, Busch-Reisinger and Arthur M. Sackler museums. Here are some details to know before going.