• art exhibit Sep 2

    Confusion Surrounds Van Gogh Exhibit

    Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, was supposed to open on Sept. 2 in Boston but has been delayed. No venue has been announced and it is unclear when it might open.

  • Boston Mar 30

    Boston Mural Map: City Makes Guide to Community Artwork

    Boston is working on a major undertaking with the goal of ensuring more access to the city’s public art collection, and it’s starting with murals. Murals can be found in spots all over the city and make up a unique part of Boston’s landscape. “A lot of these murals are capturing the history of Boston or moments of everyday life...

  • TWIB Mar 26

    Raising the Curtain on a Reimagined Arts Industry

    Michael Bobbitt, executive director of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, talks about rethinking the future of arts and performance as the industry suffers a loss of more than $588 million in revenue in the year after the onset of COVID-19.

  • Massachusetts Mar 18

    Weekly Arts Market to Run May Through November at Copley Square

    A new arts market will be open weekly in Boston’s Copley Square, organizers announced Wednesday. The Boston Open Market will operate from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays between May and November. “In partnership with the Friends of Copley Square this new weekly arts market will feature over 75 handmade artisans, artists and designers from around New England,” a…

  • arts Mar 9

    Mass. Arts Industry Takes $588M Hit Amid Pandemic, Study Finds

    Experts are seeing some staggering numbers in the arts industry — one of the hardest hit by the pandemic — that indicate a difficult road to economic recovery in Massachusetts. Step into the Lyric Stage Company of Boston and you can’t help but notice the dramatic difference a year has made. The box office is locked, the seats are empty,...

  • coronavirus Mar 9

    Pandemic Impacts Arts Community in Mass.

    Experts are seeing some staggering numbers in the arts industry – one of the hardest hit by the pandemic – that indicate a difficult road to recovery in Massachusetts.

  • art exhibit Sep 2

    Did You Buy Tickets to the Right Van Gogh Exhibit?

    So you bought tickets to an immersive Vincent Van Gogh exhibit coming to Boston, Massachusetts. But did you buy tickets to the one you were thinking of? Two completely different, but seemingly similar exhibits will feature the Dutch artist’s paintings this year. Imagine Van Gogh: The Immersive Exhibition is a projected installation, while Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, is...

  • arts Sep 25, 2020

    Covid Has Dealt a Crushing Blow to the Arts — Can It Bounce Back?

    As out-of-work artists leave expensive cultural centers like New York City, and venues struggle not to close permanently, concerns are growing about whether the arts industry can recover from the pandemic.

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