The language of art, creativity, and social change swirled through both conversation and publication at the Cyclorama for the third annual Boston Arts Book Fair.
A former lawyer, Oyéjidé is now the creative director and founder of the fashion company Ikiré Jones. His designs featured prominently in the 2018 Marvel blockbuster “Black Panther.”
The MIT Museum held a day-long special event celebrating Polaroid — the Cambridge-born camera that captured people’s hearts from its invention to its modern day resurgence.
Prior to a panel discussion, the Longwood Symphony Orchestra graced the Harvard Business School’s Klarman Hall with a classical performance.
The many elements of design — design as art, design in service of utility, designing an exhibition — took center stage for the Harvard Art Museum’s Curatorial Innovations Lecture.
To celebrate Halloween, the Harvard Art Museums got into the festive spirit on Oct. 30 with its first of three Halloween Gallery Talks, “Witches.”
For the final of the three Harvard Art Museum Halloween-themed gallery talks, research fellows presented pieces that depict an element of death from within their fields of study.
On Saturday, the MFA launched three new exhibitions: one on contemporary art, one on African aestheticism, and one on the mouths of women.
Karen Krolak and Nicole Harris Redefine Choreography Through Performance In Hapgood Wright Town Forest
Amidst 14 stationary works of art in the heart of Hapgood Wright Town Forest, artists Karen Krolak and Nicole Harris exhibited an immersive joint performance piece.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston again seeks to bring about a unique outlook on contemporary art through its new exhibition, “Contemporary Art: Five Propositions.”
Throughout the conversation, six famous architects touched on topics ranging from European modernity, to the concept of form, to generational divides among architects.
Veggie Grill attempts to make vegetarian options more accessible with meat substitutes, but their best dishes are the ones that embrace the versatility of their very namesake: veggies.
Annenberg may be an unconventional venue for hip-hop — but every morning, hungry students get hot breakfast dished out to tunes like “Public Service Announcement” by Jay-Z.
Although normal hours had long since passed, the evening of Oct. 17 saw the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum busy and alive with song.