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Pop Star
 Perhaps best known to Boston residents as the creator of the multi-color paint splashes on the Dorchester gas tanks along Interstate 93, Corita Kent (1918–1986) led a life nearly as colorful a
Back Bay Bash
 Delivering a wide variety of entertainment, the annual Summer Arts Weekend taking place July 25 & 26 in Copley Square literally has something for everyone. Saturday’s showcase alone practi
Free For All
     Boston is one lucky city. It’s not every day when a local philanthropist/entrepreneur believes so deeply in his city and its arts agenda that he invests millions to get his point
Genius At Work
  Now is your last chance to see the work of one of the great Renaissance masters right here in Boston. Through June 14, the Museum of Fine Arts (refer to listing, page 19) hosts the exhibit
Aerial Art
  City dwellers—and let’s face it, most of the rest of us—rarely look up from their devices these days, yet those walking through the Rose Kennedy Greenway, the park running from the N
Eyes on the Prize
above: Ricardo De Lima, Useful, 2012  One of the most anticipated events in local creative circles, the biennial James and Audrey Foster Prize exhibit makes its 2015 debut at the Institute o
Artful Shopping
 Looking to jump-start your holiday shopping? Make a dent in your list at the seventh annual CraftBoston Holiday event at the Back Bay’s Hynes Convention Center December 5–7. Presented by the
Art Market
For nearly two decades now, the Boston International Fine Art Show (refer to listing, page 16) has showcased a vast range of vintage and contemporary paintings, sculptures, prints and more to delighte
Not Toying Around
 Not many can claim to have turned playing with children’s toys into a career, yet artist Nathan Sawaya is one of the few (and perhaps only) people to have accomplished this feat. The toys in q

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