AIA New England is a regional council of The American Institute of Architects. Each year AIA New England holds the Regional Conference and Awards program, which rotates through the eight New England components (to learn more about AIA New England visit the organization's website).
The 2014 AIA New England Regional Conference and ...continue reading
Countless Connecting Threads: MIT's History Revealed Through Its Most Evocative Objects has been awarded Second Place in the Exhibition Catalogues category of the 2014 NEMA Publication Award Competition. It is an honor for the MIT Museum and Malcolm Grear Designers to earn this distinction from the The New England Museum Association (NEMA).
In 2011, in celebration of MIT's sesquicentennial anniversary, the MIT Museum exhibited 150 ...continue reading
The Bristol Art Museum is hosting an opening reception for the John Udvardy exhibit, "Allegories and Reliquaries" this upcoming Friday, July 25. The exhibition continues through August 31.
Curator Mary Dondero notes, "Udvardy’s sculptural works present viewers with the opportunity to question our understanding of what is factual. His work invites us to discover the sublime through his use of materials and the new art ...continue reading
In collaboration with Pendleton Woolen Mills, Dale Chihuly has created an edition of three new blankets inspired by his Navajo Blanket Cylinders which echo the colors and visuals from his Cylinders and the patterns and materials of Native American trade blankets. Chihuly’s collection of Pendleton blankets and the Navajo Blanket Cylinders were first documented in the book ...continue reading
Visual Magnetics’ exhibition, Creatures of Change, premiered at the recent AAM MuseumExpo in Seattle, thrilling Expo visitors and participants. Designed by Malcolm Grear Designers, the show featured artists and organizations whose work speaks to adaptation, transformation and change. The vision of the exhibit aligned with Visual Magnetics’ mission to provide the museum industry with a way to fully embrace transformation, using earth friendly materials ...continue reading
The David Winton Bell Gallery is currently featuring art work by six artists who live and work in Providence, since graduating from Brown University, in an exhibition titled, "Going Nowhere: Alumni Artists in Providence." The exhibit features work by Peter Glantz '98, Kevin Hooyman '98, Xander Marro '98, Jenny Nichols '01, David Udris '90, and Tatyana Yanishevsky '04. Performances by Peter Glantz are scheduled for ...continue reading