"Gone...Fishing," a special exhibition of recent work by the Gloucester artist, on view at the Cape Ann Museum August 10-November 25.
On June 1-3, downtown Salem will transform into an opportunity for the arts community to showcase their talents.
A special exhibition at the Cape Ann Museum, on view July 7- Oct. 28, 2018.
Ken Riaf has spent the last two years representing local and regional artists as well as displaying legal ephemera.
As part of the upcoming ArtWeek festival, use renowned folk artist J.O.J. Frost's whimsical paintings as inspiration to design your own "Frost Fish."
Explore Boston on foot with this family-friendly, one-mile walking tour from Beacon Hill down to Long Wharf.
A new exhibition at the Cape Ann Museum celebrates the natural and raw grit of the area, as seen by some of its hardest working artists—the women.
Photographer Matt Lambros brings new exhibit to The Cabot.
36creative and growing art gallery Blochaus team up for new art show titled "PUMP."
The festival expands into all six regions of the Commonwealth, with more than 500 events, from April 27-May 6.
"Wild Designs" will be on view May 26, 2018 through August 4, 2019.
Outdoor exhibit in Simsbury, Connecticut features 25 sculptures of people in everyday life by renowned artist Seward Johnson.
A special exhibition at the Cape Ann Museum features 90 years of the painter's work, April 14 through June 17.
The ceramic artist's "Visions of Cape Ann" exhibit will be on display at Gloucester's Jane Deering Gallery for the month of April.
Back for its 61st celebration, the show promises 67 exhibitors from all over the country, August 9-11.
"Gertrude Fisk: American Master" opens April 6, accompanied by a companion exhibition of Fiske's contemporaries, curated by Richard Candee.
A selection of recent sculptural works on display February 22 through April 6.
A special exhibition opening this spring at the Cape Ann Museum, on view March 31 through September 9.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to get a close-up look at artifacts from the Marblehead Museum’s vast collection of over 60,000 items.
NEA Grant-funded installation, using recycled, decommissioned boats from the North Shore, by Chicago artist John Preus to open soon in Montserrat College of Art.
A series of engaging photographs of foreign-born Massachusetts residents—all naturalized U.S. citizens.
The museum's latest exhibition focuses on the printmaking skills of Gloucester artist Fitz Henry Lane.
The first major thematic exhibition celebrates the role of play in contemporary art and culture, February 10 through May 6.
Fans of the Pop Art icon walked away with some of his original work and personal photos at the John McInnis Auctioneers.
The exhibition will allow art lovers to learn about the iconic artist by examining her lifestyle and the material culture she left behind as artifacts.
Discover Portsmouth presents portraits of local artists and their work, on display until December 23.
Artist Morgan Faulds Pike creates works of art steeped in history.
Meg Lipke will astound you with her "shapeshifting" exhibition, on display at the Gelb Gallery from now until October 21.
Upcoming lectures, book signings, walking tours, exhibitions, and galleries at the Gloucester-based museum this fall.
New exhibition at Worcester Art Museum presents rare opportunity to see works by Homer alongside those of English influences, November 11 through February 4.
The Boston gallery invites you to check out the brand-new exhibition running through September, centering around Franz Fox.
The museum continues to make the visitor experience richer and more meaningful.
This first-ever comprehensive exhibition opens at the Cape Ann Museum on October 7.
Elaine Reichek and Jeanne Silverthorne to explore invisibility in a new collaborative project at the Addison this fall.
After three years of uproar in the global art community, access opens to this new technology.
Featuring a strong showing of diversity from 40 galleries, October 19-22.
The 10-day community art project in Hamilton and Wenham invites the public to create a piece of art to put on display for free.
Marblehead Arts Association presents Artist Talk with Mark Shasha.
Beyond Walls is designed to attract visitors and new residents, encourage investment, and galvanize the city.
Featuring solo exhibit of Mark Shasha, "On the Road."
Celebrate the "Father of the U.S. Navy" at a national historic landmark.
The “lost” 18th-century teaching cabinet, known as the Philosophy Chamber, thrived as a center of artistic and intellectual life.
The exhibition, which features mixed media landscapes and trees by Dr. Regina Valluzzi, will be on display from June 17-29.
Swampscott resident Ingrid Pichler’s latest piece is a memorial window for the Clifton Lutheran Church in Marblehead.
Powder House Park and Learning Center packs a lot of learning into a small space.
The exhibition, which explores the ways early 20th century artists sought to capture the natural beauty of the area, will be on view from June 3 through October 29.
“Seacoast Sculpture from Material to Masterwork” will be on display from July 7 through October 1 in the historic Academy Gallery.
The “It’s Alive!” exhibition will be on view from August 12 through November 26.
The 1758 National Historic Landmark in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, will open on Memorial Day and remain open until Columbus Day.
The series features a variety of speakers who will provide engaging talks on topics from ocean life to Nantucket history.