- Arts + Culture
There are all the weddings, families and babies you’d want on the website of photographer Irina Medvedev. To see her wild side, go to Belmont.
Cambridge sees its share of art that plays with science, and now Lesley University’s VanDernoot Gallery shows it’s sci-curious with the “Catenaria” exhibition by artist Doug Bosch.
These are the final two days to visit “Another World” – a free exhibit of artist Violet Byrd’s painstaking, surreal approach to “drawing with scissors.”
ExhibitionNest.com can find you a local art show to attend or even be that art show, but its founders foresee it being much, much more.
There’s plenty of serious and seriously interesting content in Index, the digital expansion of the Harvard Art Museums’ thrice-yearly magazine. But one of the best features of the website is one of the most whimsical and fun: the Look-Alikes.
Plastic bags are no friends to the environment, but Cambridgeport artist Michelle Lougee transforms them into nature itself.
Cambridge’s “art bar” has its grand opening from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, providing an alternative to a typical night out drinking.
Singer Mali Sastri, curator of the themed Org shows at Oberon, jumps the river Friday for the opening of the “Ten Paintings/Ten Songs” collaboration with artist Steven Bogart.
The Foundry finally opens Saturday – but just for a four-hour arts open house that organizers hope is just long enough to make the argument that the city-owned building should be open regularly and permanently as a community arts space.
Artist Dave Ortega has an entry for the “New Perspectives” T Map Challenge that looks more orderly and airy, provides geographic scale, adds significant green spaces and names some waterways and landmarks. He won’t be entering his map in the T’s contest, though.