Claremont-based contemporary artist Joe Carton, says his art imitates life—if that’s true we’re apt to call him Joe Cartoon.
Accessible artist extraordinaire Jesse Azarian brings a dose of nicotine and pop culture to his many, many paintings.
Suara Welitoff brings her gauzy observations to an exhibit that mixes artistic mediums in order to transport guests through time and space.
Hartford’s art museum, the Wadsworth Atheneum, invites you to step into the MATRIX. No choice of red or blue pill needed.
A lifetime of collaboration between artist Tim Rollins and K.O.S. (Kids of Survival) is on exhibition at the Portland Museum of Art.
Glittering Providence-based band Arc Iris returns with a new album, Moon Saloon, as well as some spectacular new videos.
White River Junction, Vermont boasts the highest per-capita number of cartoonists in the country, thanks to the Center for Cartoon Studies.
Arien Wilkerson is fueled by his blackness, queerness, and desire to bring the language of movement to Hartford’s North End.
Jacques Lamarre brings his latest play—the first punk-rock, lesbian, Jewish catering show—to TheaterWorks in Hartford.
Want to avoid the faux butter movie theater at the mall? These 13 New England independent movie theaters are the real deal.