Featuring more than two dozen works on paper by the important Fauvist painter and quintessential artist of vibrant outdoor social events, this delightful assembly of drawings by Raoul Dufy charmingly conveys the pomp and elegance of the golden era of British horse racing.
Explore how craft makers have used their talent and enthusiasm to connect with and represent the people, places, and history of the Commonwealth.
Storied Strings: The Guitar in American Art is the first exhibition to explore the instrument’s symbolism in American art from the early 19th century to the present day. The exhibition features 125 works of art, as well as 35 musical instruments.
A special 40th anniversary exhibition, from BHMVA’s first four decades. The exhibition will explore six vital themes of Black history in culture across the Commonwealth. Wednesday - Saturday, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Enjoy free garden admission during the months of January and February. The gardens are open Thursday through Sunday from 12:00pm to 5:00pm.
A captivating exhibit of the rare photographs by Faye Schulman, the only known Jewish partisan to document the World War II experience on film.
The students of The Faison Center share their artwork inspired by Tu B’Shevat, a Jewish Festival that encourages reflection on our relationship with the land and our connection to nature. Artist reception Feb. 7, 6:30 p.m.
Immerse yourself in over 20 designer interactive sets to take unlimited photos and videos. Including 4 Valentine theme sets.
An art installation of hundreds of works of art, made from upcycled greeting cards, mementos, souvenirs, jewelry, toys, hardware, coins, mirrors, etc. Sandhi Schimmel Gold is one of the pioneers of the green art movement and has been known for her upcycled junk mail collages.
After years of caring for their family’s crumbling estate, Vanya and his niece receive an unexpected visit from his brother-in-law and his alluring wife. When hidden passions come to a boil in the heat of the Russian summer, their lives threaten to come undone. Comic, cutting and relevant.