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First Class Glass
  This spring, Schantz Galleries ProjectSpace: Boston (211 Newbury St., 413-298-3044, schantzgalleries.com) gives visitors and native Bostonians alike the opportunity to gaze upon the brilli
Circle of Life
 The Rose Kennedy Greenway (617-292-0020, rosekennedygreenway.org) has certainly attracted a lot of attention since its official debut in 2008. This linear park system covering the area where the
Boston by Design
  For the ninth year, AD20/21: Art & Design of the 20th & 21st Centuries & Boston Print Fair returns to the Cyclorama at the South End’s Boston Center for the Arts April 7–10
United in Art
  There’s a new cultural organization in Boston, and Laura Conrad Mandel wants you to get excited and involved! Mandel is executive director of the Jewish Arts Collaborative (JAC), the res
Mix and Match
 As part of its Visiting Masterpieces program, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts has brought four works from one of the 20th century’s most famous artists, Pablo Picasso, to the Hub. The venerable
Art From Down Under
 Beginning February 5, Harvard Art Museums gets a little Southern exposure when it unveils the exhibit Everywhen: The Eternal Present in Indigenous Art from Australia. This display of contemporar
Light Up The Night
 Through December 14, celebrate the Festival of Lights with a brand-new, interactive art display taking place in windows throughout the city. A collaboration between several local Jewish organiza
Bringing A Legend to Life
  When the Edgar Allan Poe Foundation of Boston held a contest in 2012 to determine who would be awarded a commission to create a statue commemorating the Master of the Macabre’s Boston ro
Fall Into Art
  An autumn tradition now in its 19th year, the Boston International Fine Art Show takes up residence at the Boston Center for the Arts’ Cyclorama from October 22–25. A showcase for more

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