Saturday April 6

Today's Featured Events:

8:30am - 5:30pm               

STUDENT TICKETS SOLD OUT - PUBLIC TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE

 

Interventions: Narrative

 

SCOUT- Northeastern’s Student-Led Design Studio

805 Columbus Avenue, Boston, MA 02118

 

Interventions is the second annual day-long design conference put on by Northeastern's student-led design studio, Scout. We work to foster the creative community on campus and through Interventions, start a dialogue centered around student-led design in Boston. 2019’s theme, Interventions: Narrative, brings together designers and creative thinkers to explore how we create, own, and maintain narratives in our work that have inevitable effects on society.  Read More...

Interventions: Narrative

11:00am - 3:00pm

 

Designed by Nature Drop-In Art Making

 

Peabody Essex Museum

at the Art & Nature Center Create Space Studios

161 Essex Street, Salem, MA 01970

 

Get inspiration from the Lily Impeller found in our special exhibition “Wild Designs”, which features works by artists and other creatives who are looking to nature and living systems for new ideas and creative solutions to human problems. Notice the many possibilities of the spiral while creating both a 3D origami pinecone sculpture and a veggie print. Consider where else in nature you might see spirals.  Read more...

Designed by Nature

12:00pm

 

Docent Led Tour

 

Trinity Church in the City of Boston

206 Clarendon Street, Boston, MA 02116

 

Trinity Church Boston is designated as "one of the ten most important buildings in America" by the American Institute of Architects. More than 70,000 visitors tour this National Historic Landmark building each year. A one-hour docent led tour of the church interior will be offered. Check the church website for hours and admission prices. Sponsored by F.H. Perry Builder.  Read more...

Waitlist Only
Trinity Church
Art + Architecture Tour

12:00pm - 4:00pm - Multiple Tour Times!                                       
   

Tours of the Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site

 

Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site

99 Warren Street, Brookline, MA 02445

 

In 1883, Frederick Law Olmsted established the first full-scale office for the practice of landscape architecture in Brookline. In 1980, the firm closed when the site became a unit of the National Park Service. Olmsted’s firms left a portfolio of 6000+ projects in 47 states and Canada - from expansive public parks to private gardens. Come visit and tour the studios where some of America’s most beloved spaces were created and designed. Check the website for hours and additional information. ​Read more...

Frederick Law Olmsted
National Historic Site

2:00pm - 3:30pm

 

Tour of the Fine Art Treasures of

the New England Historical Genealogical Society

 

New England Historical Genealogical Society

99 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116

 

On Newbury Street in the Back Bay is one of Boston best-kept secrets: the Fine Art Collection of the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Spanning eight floors and four centuries, this unique and little-known collection encompasses all mediums: portraits, statues, family trees, rare books, furniture, and icons of American history. You can see the highlights of this special collection during a tour with NEHGS Fine Art Curator Curt DiCamillo. Space is limited.   Read more...

SOLD OUT!
Fine Art Treasures

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