Ongoing and Multi-Day Events

March 27 and April 3


Take a WGBH Studio Tour



One Guest Street, Boston, MA 02135


March 27 @ 11:00am

April 3 @ 11:00am

WGBH, the nation's leading public broadcaster, produces PBS’s most iconic programs including Frontline, Masterpiece, Nova, Antiques Roadshow, and American Experience, and children’s favorites Curious George and Arthur. It’s home to 89.7 WGBH Boston's Local NPR, 99.5 WCRB Boston Classical Radio, and several TV channels. Tours of WGBH's state-of-the-art studios include Yawkey Theater, the Fraser Performance Studio, The Calderwood Television Studio, local and national newsrooms and more. You must RSVP and confirm tours with jaime_reese@wgbh.orgRead more...

April 4 - 6

Fire with Style - Open House


European Home

30 Log Bridge Road, Building 300, Suite 303, Middleton, MA 01949


8am - 12pm & 4pm - 8pm

At European Home, our beautiful gas, wood, and electric fireplaces are thoughtfully designed and expertly crafted. Our collection of stylish & unique fireplaces come from leading manufacturers across the globe. European Home will be opening its showroom to the public to premiere the new white GyroFocus suspended fireplace, as well as to view our full line of high-end modern gas and electric fireplaces.


WGBH Studio Tour
Fire with Style 

Ongoing Throughout Boston Design Week


Design and the Resilient Boston Harbor Vision


Boston Society of Landscape Architects

at Boston City Hall

1 City Hall Square, Boston, MA 02201


Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm


This exhibit spotlights the City of Boston's Resilient Boston Harbor Vision -- a series of parks, greenways, and open spaces to help Boston adapt to the excess heat and flooding caused by climate change. The Vision includes individual projects by dozens of landscape architects; the exhibit will celebrate the many different designers working in this realm, including some of their design tools – a model “berm” of innertubes! Free and open to the public. Read more...

Resilient Boston Harbor

Ongoing Throughout Boston Design Week


The Bauhaus and Harvard


Harvard Art Museums

Special Exhibitions Gallery Level 3

32 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138


Featuring nearly 200 works by 74 artists, The Bauhaus and Harvard is drawn almost entirely from the Busch-Reisinger Museum’s extensive Bauhaus collection. The Bauhaus was the 20th century’s most influential school of art, architecture, and design. Harvard University hosted the first Bauhaus exhibition in the United States in 1930, and became an unofficial center for the Bauhaus in America when Walter Gropius joined Harvard’s architecture department in 1937. Read More...

The Bauhaus and Harvard

Ongoing Throughout Boston Design Week


Arresting Fragments: 
Object Photography at the Bauhaus


MIT Museum

265 Massachusetts Ave., Building N51, Cambridge, MA  02139


In celebration of the Bauhaus centennial, the Museum presents “Arresting Fragments”, featuring 90 digital prints from the Bauhaus Archive, Berlin, Collections. The photographs, made primarily by Lucia Moholy (1923-28), Walter Peterhans (1928-33) and Erich Consemüller, were used at the time to spread Bauhaus ideals through advertising, posters, and publications. Visit the museum’s website for hours and admission prices. 

Ongoing Throughout Boston Design Week


Radical Geometries: Bauhaus Prints 1919-33


Museum of Fine Arts

465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02215


“Radical Geometries” marks the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus with more than 60 works on paper, primarily prints but also drawings, photographs, and ten of the 20 postcards designed by faculty and students for the first Bauhaus exhibition at Weimar in 1923. Kandinsky’s dynamic portfolio of 12 prints Kleine Welten (little worlds), the artist’s magnum opus in printmaking, is shown in the exhibition for the first time. Visit the museum’s website for hours and admission prices. 

Ongoing Throughout Boston Design Week


Explore a Revolution: 100 Years After
the Founding of the Bauhaus Movement

Walter Gropius House

68 Parker Bridge Road, Lincoln, MA 01773


Walter Gropius, founder of the German design school known as the Bauhaus, was one of the most influential architects of the twentieth century. He designed Gropius House as his family home when he came to teach architecture at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design in 1937. Modest in scale, the house was revolutionary in impact. Gropius House is a National Historic Landmark. Visit the house’s website for hours and admission prices. 

Ongoing Throughout Boston Design Week


Uneasy Beauty:  Discomfort in Contemporary Adornment


Fuller Craft Museum

455 Oak St., Brockton, MA  02301


Showcasing wearable work in various media from regional and national artists, Uneasy Beauty brings together 75 examples of contemporary jewelry and costume that demonstrate the immense power of adornment to impact us physically, emotionally, and intellectually.  Check the museum’s website for hours and admission prices. 

Ongoing Throughout Boston Design Week


Boston Made
Arts and Crafts Jewelry and Metalwork


Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115


Boston Made: Arts and Crafts Jewelry and Metalwork” presents the story of this community over a 30-year period, from its inception at the beginning of the 20th century to the stock market crash of 1929 that signaled its decline. “Boston Made” is the first exhibition to focus exclusively on the Arts and Crafts metal smiths in Boston and highlights the contributions of newly empowered women artists like Josephine Hartwell Shaw and Elizabeth Copeland, among others. While adhering to the ideas and ideals of the international Arts and Crafts movement, Boston artists developed a signature aesthetic that set their work apart from the broader movement. “Boston Made” brings together more than 75 works—including jewelry, tableware, decorative accessories, and design drawings—that illuminate the passions and philosophies of this interwoven community of jewelry-makers and metal smiths. Join Curator Meghan Melvin for a discussion as part of Boston Design Week on April 3!

Ongoing Throughout Boston Design Week




Boston Society of Architects 

at the BSA Space

290 Congress Street, Suite 200, Boston, MA 02210

Taught by Jared Ramsdell AIA, of Touloukian Touloukian Inc., Multi(ply), a design class taught at Wentworth Institute of Technology, allows fourth-year architecture students to focus on everyday objects, including lamps and pavilions. The purpose of the course is to promote research in how geometries can be fashioned with simple tools and materials to increase the performance and efficiency of each constructed object. For this exhibition, students have created light fixture shades that look at how lighting output would directly affect the physical environment through its variability, movement, and comfort.

Arresting Fragments
Radical Geometrics
Explore a Revolution
Uneasy Beauty
Boston Made

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