4 hours ago

This painting stands out in the Gardner Museu...

This painting stands out in the Gardner Museum, a French Rococo work hidden in plain sight among Italian Renaissance paintings. What we wonder about is the absence of the titular character. Venus is missing from ‘The Chariot of Venus’! Curators believe this work may be part of a larger painting that was later cut into sections. Image: François Boucher, The Chariot of Venus, 18th Century, oil on canvas.

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    This painting stands out in the Gardner Museum, a French Rococo work hidden in plain sight among Italian Renaissance paintings. What we wonder about is the absence of the titular character. Venus is...
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9 hours ago

Experiment, engage, and create in the Bertucc...

Experiment, engage, and create in the Bertucci Education Studio on Saturday, November 25! Connect with the Museum’s rich collection through hands-on, interactive, and fun experiences during this drop-in workshop. Learn More: http://bit.ly/2zVIqqX

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    Experiment, engage, and create in the Bertucci Education Studio on Saturday, November 25! Connect with the Museum's rich collection through hands-on, interactive, and fun experiences during this...
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29 hours ago

This Roman bust from the Long Gallery is half...

This Roman bust from the Long Gallery is halfway through a laser cleaning by a member of our conservation staff. Soon this split personality will be squeaky clean on all sides and restored to the gallery! #TransformationTuesday

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    This Roman bust from the Long Gallery is halfway through a laser cleaning by a member of our conservation staff. Soon this split personality will be squeaky clean on all sides and restored to the...
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33 hours ago

On November 30, join us for a cabaret-style p...

On November 30, join us for a cabaret-style performance in celebration of Henry James and American Painting. The evening will consist of vivid vignette descriptions of James’s female characters interspersed with musical reflections on these characters drawn from opera, musical theater, and popular compositions spanning from 1870 through today. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2mOgdwN

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    On November 30, join us for a cabaret-style performance in celebration of Henry James and American Painting. The evening will consist of vivid vignette descriptions of James's female characters...
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2 days ago

This photo of the Museum’s Chapel features Pa...

This photo of the Museum’s Chapel features Paul César Helleu’s The Interior of the Abbey Church of Saint Denis. The painting is surrounded by dark wood and stained glass, some featuring images of Saint Denis and some from churches in France. The end result is a work of art within an installation that is a work of art itself, something Isabella was a master of. Image: Paul César Helleu, The Interior of the Abbey Church of Saint Denis, about 1891, oil on canvas.

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    This photo of the Museum's Chapel features Paul César Helleu's The Interior of the Abbey Church of Saint Denis. The painting is surrounded by dark wood and stained glass, some featuring images of...
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5 days ago

.colleges_fenway students: Did you miss Third...

.colleges_fenway students: Did you miss Third Thursdays, Dog Days of Summer? We have good news for you! This afternoon Buster the adorable and fluffy therapy dog is on-site to help with your de-stressing needs. 🐕🐕

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6 days ago

We’re ready for a night of music, activities,...

We’re ready for a night of music, activities, and art-filled galleries at Third Thursdays: Word Play with Boston Literary District! Will we see you here tonight? http://bit.ly/2m58Gth

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    We're ready for a night of music, activities, and art-filled galleries at Third Thursdays: Word Play with Boston Literary District! Will we see you here tonight? http://bit.ly/2m58Gth
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6 days ago

This signed photo was a gift from famous ball...

This signed photo was a gift from famous ballerina Anna Pavlova (for whom the dessert pavlova was named) to Isabella Stewart Gardner. The inscription reads: “à Madame John L. Gardner / avec mes sentiments de profound / respect et de gratitude / votre bien dev / Anna Pavlowa / 15 Jan 18.” This translates as, “with my profound feelings of respect and gratitude, your very devoted…” Image: Unknown artist, Photo of Anna Pavlova, about 1918.

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    This signed photo was a gift from famous ballerina Anna Pavlova (for whom the dessert pavlova was named) to Isabella Stewart Gardner. The inscription reads: "à Madame John L. Gardner / avec mes...
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Nov 15

This illustration of a medicinal plant can be...

This illustration of a medicinal plant can be seen in a manuscript in the Tapestry Room. While Isabella did travel to the Middle East, and it’s possible that this is why the work appealed to her, the manuscript was purchased from a New York dealer with the help of Isabella’s friends Bernard Berenson and Denman Waldo Ross. Image: Abdallah ibn al-Fadl, Verbena Recta and Verbena Supina, 1224, ink and watercolor on paper.

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    This illustration of a medicinal plant can be seen in a manuscript in the Tapestry Room. While Isabella did travel to the Middle East, and it's possible that this is why the work appealed to her, the...
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Nov 14

In Isabella’s day, the Raphael Room had stunn...

In Isabella’s day, the Raphael Room had stunning hangings on either side of the fireplace, with detailed appliques, rich velvet background, and an estimated 40,000 sequins. Today our textile conservators are recreating these hangings with hand-stitched pieces that will be quilted together to create the final work!

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    In Isabella's day, the Raphael Room had stunning hangings on either side of the fireplace, with detailed appliques, rich velvet background, and an estimated 40,000 sequins. Today our textile...
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Nov 14

What would you have worn to a party thrown by...

What would you have worn to a party thrown by Isabella Stewart Gardner? Drop by the Studio this Saturday, November 18, between 11 am and 4 pm, to explore how we use the arts to fashion personal identity. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2mtJ49R

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    What would you have worn to a party thrown by Isabella Stewart Gardner? Drop by the Studio this Saturday, November 18, between 11 am and 4 pm, to explore how we use the arts to fashion personal...
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Nov 14

Get ready: Concert tickets for the Gardner’s ...

Get ready: Concert tickets for the Gardner’s Winter/Spring season go on sale starting tomorrow. Members and patrons enjoy exclusive access to concert tickets before they become available to the public on Wednesday, November 27. Love music, but not yet a member? Join today! Learn more: http://bit.ly/2zBvDd9

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    Get ready: Concert tickets for the Gardner's Winter/Spring season go on sale starting tomorrow. Members and patrons enjoy exclusive access to concert tickets before they become available to the...
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Nov 13

While the rooms on the first floor of the Mus...

While the rooms on the first floor of the Museum have a more personal feel, Isabella created intimate installations in the upper galleries of her museum as well. The Dutch Room is known for its collection of Dutch Master paintings, but close looking reveals easily missed details such as the objects on this desk. The small pig figurine was a Christmas gift to Isabella from Denman Waldo Ross.

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    While the rooms on the first floor of the Museum have a more personal feel, Isabella created intimate installations in the upper galleries of her museum as well. The Dutch Room is known for its...
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Nov 09

Experience our stunning Courtyard garden and ...

Experience our stunning Courtyard garden and exquisite galleries by moonlight. The Gardner is open until 9 pm on Thursdays!

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    Experience our stunning Courtyard garden and exquisite galleries by moonlight. The Gardner is open until 9 pm on Thursdays!
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Nov 09

Lunch, Anyone? Giggling Rice

Giggling Rice, 1009 Beacon St., Brookline, is open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. The restaurant accepts all major credit cards and is wheelchair-accessible. Order for delivery or pickup at 617-232-9888. Take a MBTA Green Line trolley to BU Central and walk down St. Mary’s Street to Beacon Street.

    Lunch, Anyone? Giggling Rice | BU Today | Boston University
    South Campus' best kept secret BU fans of Thai food can reel off the many restaurants around campus that serve up the popular cuisine. From Brown Sugar Cafe on West Campus to Noodle Street on East Campus, you don't have to walk far to get your fix.
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Nov 08

Isabella Stewart Gardner was friends with a n...

Isabella Stewart Gardner was friends with a number of contemporary artists, including Dodge MacKnight. The ground floors of her museum hold works by MacKnight, Zorn, and Sargent among others. But only MacKnight has a room named after him at the Gardner. Image: Dodge MacKnight (1860-1950), The Bay, Belle-Île, 1890, watercolor on paper.

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    Isabella Stewart Gardner was friends with a number of contemporary artists, including Dodge MacKnight. The ground floors of her museum hold works by MacKnight, Zorn, and Sargent among others. But...
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Nov 08

“There are few hours in life more agreeable t...

“There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea.” ― Henry James, The Portrait of a Lady. We wholeheartedly agree with this quote, which is why we worked with Elmwood Inn Fine Teas to create this unique Henry James-inspired tea for the Gardner. Learn More or Purchase: http://bit.ly/2m44WbA

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    "There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea." ― Henry James, The Portrait of a Lady. We wholeheartedly agree with this quote, which is...
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Nov 08

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum shared their ...

Don't miss our upcoming Third Thursday event, featuring hands-on artmaking, activities with Boston Literary District, music by Will Dailey, and much more!

    Third Thursdays: Word Play
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Nov 08

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum added an even...

This evening we invite you to make creative connections in the galleries and interact with local artists and writers. Get inspired by our Henry James and American Painting exhibition through literary games, artistic exploration, and poetic activities, using Henry James’s writing as a jumping off point.

    Third Thursdays: Word Play
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Nov 07

The first step in any conservation project is...

The first step in any conservation project is close looking. Here you see a technician examining an Italian leather-upholstered stool from the Long Gallery. Examination helps conservators understand how a piece was created, what previous restorations may have happened, and what has changed over time. Understanding all of these is important when deciding how, or even if, a piece should be treated. #TransformationTuesday

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    The first step in any conservation project is close looking. Here you see a technician examining an Italian leather-upholstered stool from the Long Gallery. Examination helps conservators understand...
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Nov 07

Saturdays are a great time to flex your creat...

Saturdays are a great time to flex your creative muscles. Drop by the Gardner between 11 am and 4 pm for fun, hands-on art activities in our Education Studio! Learn More: http://bit.ly/2zlB7J0

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    Saturdays are a great time to flex your creative muscles. Drop by the Gardner between 11 am and 4 pm for fun, hands-on art activities in our Education Studio! Learn More: http://bit.ly/2zlB7J0
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Nov 07

Planning Board Meeting (sign & facade), Room 111, 11/15/2017, 8:15 a.m.

8:30 am    1038 Beacon Street – Install new façade signs for Down Under School of Yoga, Maluken & Sushi Express, Padmatch Realty and Tbaar (formerly Sunrise Cleaners, Sushi Express and Better Place Realty)

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1330 Beacon Street – Installing new awning for Allium Market (formerly Walgreens).  Pct. 9 (Approved, 9/18/17)

1423 Beacon Street – New vinyl window sign and logo for Kingston Real Estate (formerly Practical Video Solutions).  Pct. 10 (Approved, 10/12/17)

    Planning Board Meeting (sign & facade), Room 111, 11/15/2017, 8:15 a.m.
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Nov 06

The Blue Room brims with objects that reflect...

The Blue Room brims with objects that reflect Isabella Stewart Gardner’s personal relationships. Here you see Zorn’s The Omnibus. The case below contains a photograph of the social reformer Julia Ward Howe, a friend of Isabella’s. Because Howe was an active proponent of women’s independent travel, Gardner’s positioning of this painting, depicting unchaperoned women commuting in Paris, would appear to be intentional.

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    The Blue Room brims with objects that reflect Isabella Stewart Gardner's personal relationships. Here you see Zorn's The Omnibus. The case below contains a photograph of the social reformer Julia...
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Nov 05

Isabella crafted travel albums to remember he...

Isabella crafted travel albums to remember her trips abroad. In this album from her 1879 trip to England, she included photos (often cut apart and pasted in to demonstrate a reimagining of architecture), sketches, text, and even plant clippings pressed between the pages! Isabella Stewart Gardner (1840 - 1924), Travel Album: England, Vol. I, 1879.

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    Isabella crafted travel albums to remember her trips abroad. In this album from her 1879 trip to England, she included photos (often cut apart and pasted in to demonstrate a reimagining of...
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Nov 05

Join us on November 12 for Text on a Tangent....

Join us on November 12 for Text on a Tangent. In this intimate group workshop, Harvard professor Doris Sommer will lead us on a creative exploration, using a piece of text by Henry James as a catalyst for making art. Learn More: http://bit.ly/2zcssbG

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    Join us on November 12 for Text on a Tangent. In this intimate group workshop, Harvard professor Doris Sommer will lead us on a creative exploration, using a piece of text by Henry James as a...
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Nov 04

This puzzling painting was one of the first w...

This puzzling painting was one of the first works by an old master that Isabella Gardner purchased. She bought it in 1892 as a painting by Lucas Cranach, but since then scholars have disputed that attribution. Some say the figures may have been painted by Cranach; others feel they are too sweetly portrayed and must be by another artist. Is this a painting begun by Cranach and then finished or reworked by a student or assistant? Or is it by a later imitator? Image: Follower of Lucas Cranach, the Elder (1472 - 1553), Adam and Eve, 16th Century, oil on panel.

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    This puzzling painting was one of the first works by an old master that Isabella Gardner purchased. She bought it in 1892 as a painting by Lucas Cranach, but since then scholars have disputed that...
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Nov 03

From large single stems to teensy clusters of...

From large single stems to teensy clusters of buds, chrysanthemums are blooming across the Museum’s Courtyard!

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    From large single stems to teensy clusters of buds, chrysanthemums are blooming across the Museum's Courtyard!
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Nov 03

Join us on November 9 for a Landscape Lecture...

Join us on November 9 for a Landscape Lecture by Gerdo Aquino, CEO of SWA—a design firm recognized for its creative ideas in landscape architecture, urban design, and planning. Learn More: http://bit.ly/2zazEFc

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    Join us on November 9 for a Landscape Lecture by Gerdo Aquino, CEO of SWA-a design firm recognized for its creative ideas in landscape architecture, urban design, and planning. Learn More:...
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Nov 01

When Isabella Stewart Gardner acquired Titian...

When Isabella Stewart Gardner acquired Titian’s Rape of Europa, it became the most important Renaissance painting in the United States. Isabella gave the painting a personal and thoughtful home in the Museum, even including a panel from one of her favorite ball gowns! Read the full story: http://bit.ly/2hzE0L8

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    When Isabella Stewart Gardner acquired Titian's Rape of Europa, it became the most important Renaissance painting in the United States. Isabella gave the painting a personal and thoughtful home in...
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Nov 01

Experiment, engage, and create in the Bertucc...

Experiment, engage, and create in the Bertucci Education Studio on Saturday, November 4! Connect with the Museum’s rich collection through hands-on, interactive, and fun experiences during this drop-in workshop. Learn More: http://bit.ly/2lEOEpg

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    Experiment, engage, and create in the Bertucci Education Studio on Saturday, November 4! Connect with the Museum's rich collection through hands-on, interactive, and fun experiences during this...
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Oct 31

BostInno Approved: November’s Top Tech & Startup Events in Boston

Guest Talk by PTC Executive Michael Campbell on Real World AR: Hosted by BU AR/VR, this event meets from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the College of Arts and Sciences at 725 Commonwealth Avenue. This event is free.

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Autonomous Ride Sharing by Air – Current Research at MIT: Taking place at Boston iHub at 50 Milk Street, the event will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and features speaker Parker Vascik, PhD, affiliate with MIT Strategic Engineering Research Group. To RSVP, check out the meetup page.

Boston Amazon Web Services Meetup: Presented by G2 Technology Group Inc. at 320 Congress St. 2nd Floor in Boston  this event features speakers such as solutions architect Katie Paugh, principal...

Cognitive science + storytelling = Better study app ideas and pitches!: This event will be hosted at Alley Cambridge on 10 Ware Street, Cambridge, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. To RSVP, check out the meetup page.

SwiftFest 2017: Hosted at the Calderwood Pavilion on 527 Tremont Street, Boston this is a two-day event on new ways of iOS development focused on Swift. The event starts at 9 a.m. on Wednesday and ends the next day at 6 p.m. Tickets for this event range from $99 – $499.

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    The excuse "there's nothing to do in Boston" is hereby banned in November. The amount of tech and startup events happening in Boston is absolutely booming this month, and so many more are happening even beyond this list.
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Oct 31

Oct 31

Track and Field Coach Bruce Lehane Went the Distance for His Athletes

...University will honor the life of Bruce Lehane with a memorial service at Marsh Chapel, 735 Commonwealth Ave., on Wednesday, November 1, at 6 p.m. A reception at the BU Track & Tennis...

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...Wednesday, November 1, at 6 p.m. A reception at the BU Track & Tennis Center, 100 Ashford St., follows. Parking for the memorial service will be available at the Warren Towers Garage, 700...

...Towers Garage, 700 Comm Ave., and for guests attending the reception, at the Langsam Garage, 278 Babcock St.

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    Katie Matthews ran for five years for BU's longtime head cross country coach and assistant director of track and field Bruce Lehane, who died September 23. She can still reel off her best times if you ask. She now runs professionally with the Boston Athletic Association's High-Performance Team.
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Oct 30

In keeping with the English churches on which...

In keeping with the English churches on which the room is modeled, the Gardner Museum’s Gothic Room contains many examples of stained glass. The colored light filtering through these windows bring to life the many carved and gilt pieces throughout the room.

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    In keeping with the English churches on which the room is modeled, the Gardner Museum's Gothic Room contains many examples of stained glass. The colored light filtering through these windows bring to...
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Oct 30

Poet Robert Pinsky, author of At the Foundlin...

Poet Robert Pinsky, author of At the Foundling Hospital, will present an intimate, hour-long reading in the Gardner’s Tapestry Room on November 6. The reading is included with Museum admission, but space is limited and registration is required. Sign up today! http://bit.ly/2lsghlf

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    Poet Robert Pinsky, author of At the Foundling Hospital, will present an intimate, hour-long reading in the Gardner's Tapestry Room on November 6. The reading is included with Museum admission, but...
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Oct 29

While she collected and created photographs t...

While she collected and created photographs throughout much of her life, Isabella Stewart Gardner rarely sat for professional photographers. This portrait was taken by Dr. Otto Rosenheim, a noted biochemist and amateur photographer, in London in 1906. Several years later, Rosenheim wrote to Gardner to ask if she might autograph a print for him to send to art historian Bernard Berenson, who was “delighted” with the original image. 📷 : Otto Rosenheim (1871 - 1955), Isabella Stewart Gardner, 1906, gelatin silver print.

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    While she collected and created photographs throughout much of her life, Isabella Stewart Gardner rarely sat for professional photographers. This portrait was taken by Dr. Otto Rosenheim, a noted...
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Oct 28

Before she began collecting paintings or scul...

Before she began collecting paintings or sculptures, Isabella Stewart Gardner collected literary works of art. After studying with Harvard professor Eliot Norton, Isabella began purchasing early and rare editions of Dante, including this hand-illuminated copy of the Divine Comedy from 1487. 📖 : Dante Alighieri (1265-1321), Divine Comedy, 1487, Ink on paper.

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    Before she began collecting paintings or sculptures, Isabella Stewart Gardner collected literary works of art. After studying with Harvard professor Eliot Norton, Isabella began purchasing early and...
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Oct 28

On November 5, hear The Kalichstein-Laredo-Ro...

On November 5, hear The Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio (KLR) perform Beethoven Piano Trios: http://bit.ly/2i0DrdK

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    On November 5, hear The Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio (KLR) perform Beethoven Piano Trios: http://bit.ly/2i0DrdK
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Oct 27

Single stem chrysanthemums are brightening th...

Single stem chrysanthemums are brightening the Courtyard with their sunny faces!

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    Single stem chrysanthemums are brightening the Courtyard with their sunny faces!
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Oct 27

Today we’re celebrating #ArtsMatterDay at the...

Today we’re celebrating #ArtsMatterDay at the Gardner Museum. We believe the arts matter because arts build connections between people. Why do you think the arts matter? #ArtsMatter

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    Today we're celebrating #ArtsMatterDay at the Gardner Museum. We believe the arts matter because arts build connections between people. Why do you think the arts matter? #ArtsMatter
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Oct 27

On November 4, join a discussion on the intri...

On November 4, join a discussion on the intricacies of Henry James and Isabella Stewart Gardner’s remarkable friendship, deeply rooted in their shared passion for the arts. Learn More or get Tickets: http://bit.ly/2zJPCnj

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    On November 4, join a discussion on the intricacies of Henry James and Isabella Stewart Gardner's remarkable friendship, deeply rooted in their shared passion for the arts. Learn More or get...
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Oct 27

Oct 27

Celebrating Halloween around Boston

The Stranger Things Season 2 Watch Party is at 6 p.m. in CAS Room 522, 725 Commonwealth Ave. Free for BU students with an Eventbrite ticket; register here.

The BU Japanese Student Association is collaborating with the South Campus Residence Hall Association on their annual Haunted House. Try to not get too spooked as you make your way through the basement of 520 Park Drive. Refreshments will be served.

HTC’s Tea Time is every Tuesday, from 3:30 to 5 p.m., in the Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, 775 Commonwealth Ave., lower level.

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...pumpkin drop begins at 12:30 p.m. in front of the Metcalf Science Center, 590 Commonwealth Ave. Free and open to the public. Arrive between 11:45 a.m. to 12:15...

Cirque of the Dead performs at OBERON, 2 Arrow Street, Cambridge, on Friday, October 27, at 10:30 p.m., and Tuesday, October 31, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available here. Find directions here.

SoWa Spooktacular is at the SoWa Open Market, 460 Harrison Ave., Boston, Saturday, October 28, and Sunday, October 29, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Find directions here.

The Coolidge Corner Theatre Halloween Horror Marathon begins on Saturday, October 28, at 11:59 p.m., at the theater, 290 Harvard St., Brookline. Purchase tickets, $25 for a double feature and $30 for the full marathon, here. Find directions here.

...starts at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday October 29, at the Chestnut Hill Reservoir, 400 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brighton. Take an MBTA Green Line C trolley to Cleveland Circle. Registration is $28 for...

The Dark Side of Boston Walking Tour is Sunday, October 29, at 6 p.m. The tour leaves from the corner of Hanover & Cross Street, Boston, by the statue of boxer Tony DeMarco. Tickets are $13 online, $15 in cash. Private tours are also available.

GoreFest XV: Horror House runs through Tuesday, October 31, at ImprovBoston’s Studio Theater, 40 Prospect St., Central Square, Cambridge. Find admission prices and show dates and times here. Buy tickets here. Student tickets are $20 (at the door only).

The Beacon Hill Crime Walking Tour is Monday, October 30, at 4:30 p.m. It begins outside the Park Street T station on the eastern edge of Boston Common and ends at the Liberty Hotel, 215 Charles St. The cost: pay what you like. Reservations are required and can be made online.

...The Nightmare Before Christmas is Monday, October 30, and Tuesday, October 31, at Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Ave., at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the  gourmet trick-or...

Trident Booksellers and Café’s Halloween Party is at 338 Newbury St., Boston, from 7 to 10 p.m. Buy tickets here. Take any MBTA Green Line trolley to Auditorium or Hynes Convention Center.

    Celebrating Halloween around Boston | BU Today | Boston University
    More than 179 million Americans are planning to observe Halloween over the coming days. Revelers are expected to shell out a record $9.1 billion on costumes, candy, and decorations, according to a survey by the National Retail Federation. This year's most popular Halloween costumes: superheroes, princesses, and animals.
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