Maine artist Stacy Howe melds a love of history with horror and Gothic tropes to create one-of-a-kind artistic pieces.
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Scratching Beneath the Digital Surface
Massachusetts artist Samuel Kontny engages with history, technology and self-obsession in his eclectic work.
#TakeAction: Doing the NEA Defunding Math
One plus one is two, except when it’s 45’s Federal budget proposal to eliminate the NEA and the NEH—for starters.
Building Bridges, Crossing Borders Through Art
Maine’s isolated Tides Institute and Museum of Art encourages artistic collaborations between artists and between countries.
Black, White, and Abby All Over
Abby Manock is still a kid at heart—she loves to dress up and play games. But mostly she likes to work.
How Do You Like Them Apples?
One of our 2017 Artists to Watch, Mutsu Crispin paralyzes bouncing balls and brings devilish fairy tales to life.
Pulp, Plastic, and Poetry
Sandy Hook performance artist Allison Hornak finds beauty in inertia, reading poetry, and visible vulnerability.
Artists to Watch 2017
Our list of artists to watch for the upcoming year, with a little help from our arts-savvy friends from around New England.
Let’s Build a House Together
Interdisciplinary artist John C. Gonzalez chats about collaboration and the power of art to transform our worldview.
From Lemons to Lemonade
Dominican-American artist Silvia Lopez Chavez is teaching Boston about the power of art to transform communities.