RT @marty_walsh: Do you love the arts? 🎨🖼️ You can enjoy the collections at @mfaboston online: https://t.co/mAQjIWi8ZZ
"The artist’s detailed treatment of flowers, jewelry and textiles lends a sense of immediacy to his depicti...
"Trust your instincts. Judge later." – #RonNagle offers a bit of #WednesdayWisdom in this edition of #Museu...
Thanks so much to IG user rickinmarblehead for this #FanPhotoFriday capturing the beauty of the first blooms of the season at Phillips House! https://t.co/uXlnhb8Evq
This colorful bread is one of our most popular Easter recipes! https://t.co/aFLunjPWAo
It's #NationalSiblingsDay! Here's one of the MFA's favorite sets of siblings, "Three Sisters of the Copeland Family." The girls—Eliza (about six), Nellie (about two) & Margaret (about four) were f
Each week, we're inviting an ICA staff member to reflect on a work of art from the ICA's collection or exhibition history, as part of our #FridayArtNotes series.
‼️ Plus, find more ways to enjoy the
"I don’t know if I’ve ever laughed so long and boisterously from an experience in a museum setting."
For this week's #FridayArtNote, Adult Education Coordinator Sarah Hachey remembers William Forsyth
Bigger, bolder, bad-asser than ever! @JPTNewport in Newport RI doesn’t want anyone to miss its 2020 Cat Videofest, a compilation reel of the latest and best cat videos. Available now though April 23.
Taunton's @oldcolonyhistory presents Kids Make History!” Their staff has curated some awesome educational resources so you can “Make History” from home! Have fun exploring - share your results with us
Are you thinking about turning that vacation into a staycation? Our partners at Paragon Landscape Construction offer these seasonal tips for enjoying your backyard year round - even in New England. #n
New England stone walls are one of our region’s most enduring reminders of the past. https://t.co/l8sdZXGug0
#OnThisDay in 1860, Isabella and Jack Gardner married in New York! The two met through Jack’s sister and Isabella’s Paris schoolmate, Julia Gardner. The two shared a profound love of art and travel! ❤
RT @Victoria_S_Reed: 1/4 The @mfaboston bought this panel by Herri met de Bles in the fall of 1946, not long after WWII ended and artwork once again began to flow into the U.S. from Europe. Dealer Sie
We agree! Tag us and share how you're using creativity to support YOUR community! 📷 by @familyfirstserenity: Support your community any way you can! We are all in this together 😷 https://t.co/zLlFufpp
Have you been catching all the 10-Minute Plays from @PlaywrightsBPT Boston Theater Marathon XXII? Check out the latest today at noon by visiting https://t.co/CNfE5ohF58 and clicking the (FREE) "Purch
#AllanRohanCrite, an @SMFAatTufts graduate best known for documenting the everyday life of African Americans in his South End neighborhood, also devoted a significant portion of his career to religiou
Each video channel showcases a musician—separately but simultaneously playing music—while occupying different rooms inside @RokebyFarm, a historic estate in upstate New York. Get transported into this
This time of year, we're thinking of everyone who's finding ways to be together while apart.
#AloneTogether doesn't ring more true than it does with #RagnarKjartansson's The Visitors, a moving perfo
Thought to be the oldest work in the collection, this vessel (~8,000 years old) takes the form of a hare. The function is a mystery, but the care taken by its Neolithic artist makes it clear that it h
A true sign of spring at the #GardnerMuseum! This artwork was a gift to Isabella from the artist and original Museum trustee, Arthur Pope. Image → https://t.co/o23N9mrivP https://t.co/v9tmT2IQqQ
Looking for another reason to make a mess in the kitchen? This week, our Senior Food Editor recommends this recipe. https://t.co/9drSVkwzC6
Drop the chocolate bunny, clear your palate, and prepare to sing the joyful songs of Easter on Sunday at 4 p.m. during a Facebook Live event with @therevels. Rejoice and sing together! You can downloa