December 23, 2017
Morgan Bulkeley: Master of the Absurd
Berkshires-born artist Morgan Bulkeley reflects on five decades of drawing art from the clash between culture and nature.
Run Away with Me
Circus Maine provides an educational and performance space for contemporary circus artists at Thompson’s Point in Portland.
December 13, 2017
Holy Cow! Vintage Milk Caps Around New England
Evoking nostalgia and appreciation for design, Vernacular Circles honors mid-century milk caps in a growing online gallery.
December 10, 2017
Did You Know? Crazy Foam, A Retro Bathtime Enigma
Once as lost to the past as lawn darts, the bizarre bathtime product Crazy Foam lives again thanks to a Boston entrepreneur.
November 28, 2017
Breaking the Mold
Waltham artist Ross Normandin discusses amusing and unsettling elements of his new exhibition at GRIN Gallery in Providence.
November 4, 2017
Eric Lesser: Filling in the Gaps
When he’s not helping the writers of Veep, Senator Eric Lesser promotes arts, culture, and tourism in western Massachusetts.
October 19, 2017
Shakespeare at Center Frame
New Haven filmmaker Stephen Dest steps out of the way to center the complex story of actor Henry Green in a new documentary.
October 16, 2017
Showcasing the GIFted: Chris Piascik
Whether mocking Trump or pursuing other visual play, the GIF art from Sturbridge artist Chris Piascik speaks for itself.
October 9, 2017
Honoring Generous Lives
Boston’s Elisa H. Hamilton amplifies the stories of 10 unique women in the city with Slideshow, a HUBweek curated talk series.
Burlington glassblower Charley Reynolds makes colorful high-end bongs equally suitable for smoke shops and galleries.