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 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.
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.
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.
Festivals, fundraisers, walking tours, and more.
The exhibition, which fully assesses the design and cultural impact of the ocean liner, will be on view from May 20 through October 9.
The creative agency throws its first annual party for clients at Lawrence’s up-and-coming contemporary art gallery.
Salem's historic museum expands further into the 21st century.
An exhibition of photographs by National Geographic photographer Nathan Benn.