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This Saturday in the Studio, celebrate life’s cycles—the good, the bad and the beautiful! Create a botanical-themed monoprint in a workshop developed in collaboration with our Polly Thayer Starr Artist Series visiting artist Silvia López Chavez. read on: http://bit.ly/2u88qLx
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Get the behind-the-scenes scoop on how our Life, Death & Revelry exhibition brought the Farnese Sarcophagus to life at our upcoming Artist and Curator Talk. Visit us on July 26 at 7 pm to take advantage of this rare opportunity. Buy tickets: http://bit.ly/2N55er9
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Pierce Boston, 186 Brookline Ave., Boston, nathaliebar.com.
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Calling all Slytherins, Isabella’s got just the piece for you! 🐍 This golden dress ornament features emerald green beads and coiled snakes whose heads create the clasp! Object: Indian, Dress Ornament With Snakes (detail), metal with glass beads and cotton tassel.
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84 Peterborough St., Boston, 857-239-9736, bennettssandwichshop.com.
92 Peterborough St., Boston, 617-262-9090, elpelon.com.
1321 Boylston St., Boston, 617-545-1060, eventideoysterco.com.
4 Kilmarnock St., Boston, 617-266-0001, salonikigreek.com.
1301 Boylston St., Boston, 617-425-4444, tastyburger.com.
1310 Boylston St., Boston, 617-450-9000, citizenpub.com.
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1381 Boylston St., Boston, 617-266-1300, sweetcheeksq.com.
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3 Lansdowne St., Boston, 617-262-2424, bleacherbarboston.com.
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#TransformationTuesday Our conservation department is giving this 17th century chair a much needed makeover! The bottom seat cushion has been restored and is back on display in the Long Gallery.
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Dogs? Dragons? Some other kind of creature? These twin ornaments aren’t concerned with names—they’re too busy guarding the doorframe in the Worthington Street Lobby! Object: East Asian, Pair of Architectural Ornaments, mid 18th century, painted wood.
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#OnThisDay Isabella Stewart Gardner passed away in 1924, leaving a museum “for the education and enjoyment of the public forever.” Thank you Isabella for bringing wonder and joy to Boston.