We caught up with co-founders Randi Hopkins, Director of Visual Arts at the Boston Center for the Arts and Oliver Mak, co-owner and founder at Bodega with Exhibitions Manager, Zelana Davis at the BCA to learn more about organizing this year’s Boston Art Book Fair.
The “Hemlock Hospice” installation inside the Harvard Forest presents a space for exploring the demise of the Eastern Hemlock through the lens of art, science, and civic engagement.
A Stage for Emergence: Fujiko Nakaya’s Installations Reveal Fog as a Sculptural Medium
16 September 2018
Review by Jameson Johnson
Paige Mulhern is an artist, beekeeper, and all around contemporary Renaissance woman living and working in Boston. She currently works at Best Bees, a Boston-based company connecting communities with hives whose mission is to improve the health of honeybees around the nation. We stopped by…
Beyond Regionalism: A Decolonial Atlas at Tufts University Art Gallery
26 April 2018
Review by Lizi Ham
Ellen Shakespear and Stephanie Lee are the Co-Founders of a new project aimed at transforming vacant storefronts into creative working hubs around the Greater Boston Area. They’ve aptly called these new studio, exhibition, and community spaces, “Spaceus.” We visited the Roslindale Sub Station to learn…