After the creative writing program's move into its new Lamont space, Lamont has slowly begun to become a hub for the college creative writing community.
Each year, as spring descends upon Massachusetts and the cherry trees burst into blossom, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston brings a touch of flora inside the museum, too.
During the Arts First weekend, Harvard affiliates exhibited their work throughout the campus inside arts venues, classrooms, and outdoor spaces and stages.
Costumes must let performers showcase their artistry — and, according to Boston’s costume workers, the clothing must also be artwork itself.
The MFA's exhibit of Toulouse-Lautrec captures the full range of the artist’s talents, situates it all in the context of his life — and makes a trip to the museum well worth the commute.
In the selfie-centric labyrinth of charming props, it seems that Happy Place doesn’t necessarily allow you to feel happy. Instead, it limits you to create a facade of happiness.
I desperately wanted to love this exhibit, and there were parts of it that I did — but what the exhibit ultimately magnifies is the pervading whiteness and straightness of the fashion industry.
As part of the 2019 Boston Design Week, design magazine Metropolis delved into their latest issue’s theme, “Color and Light,” at Poppin’s Boston showroom on April 2.
Sculptor Janet S. Echelman ’87 elucidated the evolution of her colorful, massive public art pieces, from her experience working with paint to fishing nets.