Jul 25 2018

Photos: Opus Affair July at Bootleg Special

Posted by Boston on Jul 25, 2018 10:50:54 AM | 0 comments | Photos

Thanks to all who braved the humidity to join us at Bootleg Special for the July #OpusAffair! 

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Jul 20 2018

Ben Hires of The Boston Public Library is Creating a Synthesis of the Arts, Accessible to All

Posted by Alexis Smith on Jul 20, 2018 3:40:44 PM | 0 comments | Interviews

Boston Public Library’s new Director of Strategic Partnerships, Ben Hires, has used his multifaceted background to embrace what it means to be an artist as citizen and looks forward toward a future of cross-collaboration.

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Jul 06 2018

It’s my first time: Sensitive conversations about buying art and starting your collection

Posted by Carolyn Macleod on Jul 6, 2018 11:10:41 AM | 0 comments | Interviews

Buying your first piece of original art can be intimidating. It’s a big commitment and can be a big moment of self-examination. Plus, the art world is a complex (and multi-billion dollar) industry. However, you don’t need to be buying and trading Picassos and Monets to be an “art collector.” All you need is space in your home and your heart for a piece and all the stories, joy, and pride at supporting an artist in their business that comes with it.

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Jul 02 2018

Peter DiMuro: Finding Commonality Between Words

Posted by Alexis Smith on Jul 2, 2018 12:33:27 PM | 0 comments | Interviews

Peter DiMuro views art as a window into humanity. He believes art to be a great unifier meant to reach wide bodies of people and bring them together into a shared experience. A little while ago, I spoke to Maria Finkelmeier about the magic of bringing a large group of people together to experience the same thing at the same time. There’s an intimacy and magic in shared experiences. During these fractured times, it seems as if it is more important than ever to be open to sharing experiences and learning to find the commonalities that we all share as humans. In the wake of Anthony Bourdain’s death, let us be reminded that these bonds can be found in the most unexpected and simple of places to create new friendships and open dialogue.

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