Calendar of Events
Culinary creations are served all ArtWeek-long!
As a special nighttime salute to our arts, cultural, and creative communities, iconic buildings and structures will light up during ArtWeek in multicolored splendor.
ArtWeek on the Road features larger-than-life digital roadside billboards showcasing art from select participating organizations. In celebration of ArtWeek’s statewide expansion in 2018, the program is now generously supported by Clear Channel Outdoor and Lamar Outdoor Advertising in partnership with the Boch Center. Arts and creativity have the power to connect and inspire us in a Big Way – and “ArtWeek on the Road” drives that point home. A special thank you to our “ArtWeek on the Road” partners, guest curators,…
Community members are welcome to design their own walk to contribute to the “BFCCPS Rocks Art Walk.”
Join executive director Mary Jo Murphy on a tour of the Snow Farm studios for instant access to artist demonstrations in ceramics, printmaking, flameworking, and metalsmithing.
A community-based public art project by internationally-acclaimed social sculptor Julia Vogl.
Join us at Natick Farmers Market where we will offer first-ever cooking demonstrations for ArtWeek, featuring Chef Dora Tavel-Sanchez Luzand of Butercup and Chef Linda from Tangerini’s Spring Street Farm.
Did you know that each of our stores has an artist that creates and designs all the signage you see? Back for a second year, our store artists are going to show you what they're made of!
Visit the Mattapoisett Free Public Library anytime between April 27-May 6 to participate in a special Spring ArtWeek Program. Use a variety of supplies in a special Makerspace in the Children's Department to create your own one-of-a-kind masterpiece!
Special for ArtWeek, the South Shore Art Center launches a new interactive outdoor installation, titled “Under Great Grandmother's Trees,” to be created by our community of artists, faculty, students and the greater community of neighbors and passersbys.
The Carle’s collection includes more than 7,000 objects, with a very small percentage on display in the galleries. Join us for a special program that not only includes a guided tour of The Carle’s current exhibitions, but a behind-the-scenes look in Collections to view works by artists including Leo Lionni, Arnold Lobel, Ashley Bryan and many others. This special tour is free with Museum admission, but reservations are required and limited to a total of 20 people. Credit: Eric Carle,…
Stress Management with Mandalas is a workshop designed to use art therapy techniques to reduce stress.
Discover Barnstable in a memorable way on this fun interactive photo walk.
To celebrate Artweek, The Cahoon Museum of American Art will be offering docent led "Spotlight" tours on Friday, April 27th at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. free with general admission.
Our vision is to create a world class urban arts district in Salem’s Point Neighborhood, one that embraces its rich immigrant and architectural history and presents a dynamic opportunity for the neighborhood’s future
The Lexington Arts and Crafts Society, Woodworkers Guild Annual Show "On and Off the Wall" will open April 14th through April 29.
Discover Hyannis in a memorable way on this fun interactive photo walk.
Women are traditionally not raised to show anger, instead keeping it bottled up or releasing it through sadness or the silent treatment. What would it look like to invite female and female-identifying artists to unleash their anger through art?
Silver Lake High School visual and performing arts students will be teaming up to present Airline along side the annual Spring Art Showcase. Featured amongst the work will be student light painting photography, and for those adventurous souls there will be a studio for guests and visitors to try their hand at the light painting process too!
Specially designed for ArtWeek, this gives you a chance to learn how to use the potter's wheel and make clay plates. Big and small, plates useful for any snack or meal are much more fun when you make them yourself! This drop-in event is a great opportunity to work and play with clay.
Don’t miss this first-time workshop where participants can create instruments from recyclable materials.