The popular art installation “Play Me, I’m Yours” is back through Oct. 10, placing pianos available for use by anyone throughout Boston neighborhoods and at several locations in Cambridge, with most done by Cambridge artists.
It’s a cheap shot to wander an art gallery saying, “My kid could have done this,” but a free exhibit coming to the Chandler Gallery at Maud Morgan Arts ensures parents are right – in fact, their kids may be among the artists on display.
Let the sudden difficulty getting restaurant reservations and influx of black gowns serve as a reminder this year not just that Harvard is graduating a new class, but that Cambridge gets a gift for having hosted it: free two-day admission to the Harvard Art Museums.
Two colorful, kaleidoscopic artists brought together in ongoing displays at Huron Village’s Mobilia Gallery come together in person Saturday for a reception – both meticulous in wildly different crafts and both begging the question: “How did you do that?”
The colorful mural at Massachusetts Avenue and Shepard Street depicting ethnically diverse students and nearby academic landmarks will be painted over early in March. The alfresco painting, done […]
Standout street artist and surrealist Percy Fortini-Wright is curating “Black History Matters 365,” a seven-artist exhibit opening Thursday at a Lesley University gallery.
The Chandler Gallery’s unsettling “Beastiary,” Lesley University’s adjunct faculty “Directions” show and Harvard’s archival trove about “Opening New Worlds” give cause to leave the apartment and a warm place to stay enlightened through the winter.
The full-body virtual reality experience called “Birdly” is coming to Kendall Square’s Le Laboratoire Cambridge for three days next month – probably not long enough to satisfy all those who’ve wanted to soar over a city, held aloft by nothing but their own wings.
The Mobilia gallery follows a time-tested model of making art less intimidating by offering food as an accompaniment – usually a sweet one. Every Saturday brings “Picasso and Pie” hours with recipe by or inspired by a gallery artist.
Artists are prone to making statements that might leave the average viewer mystified, and Michèle Fandel Bonner is no different. But she has an unstated mission too: to stagger by the sheer amount of effort that goes into collecting and assembling her materials.