Category: Discussion/Talks

What to Do/See/Hear | March 14-20

However one looks at it, this is a week of transition: Winter is fading but hasn’t completely surrendered. Daylight saving time has begun, returning our early mornings to darkness. For observant Christians, Lent is half over, but Easter is still weeks away. It’s the same in our arts scene, with events looking forward and back, opening and closing. Here are some not to miss.

What to Do/See/Hear | March 7-13

It might prove a little more difficult to focus in coming weeks. The daffodils already are opening, and daylight saving time will give us an extra hour of evening light. Best to make sure you’ve seen the region’s most important arts events before spring fever seizes you. Here’s a manageably short list.

What to Do/Hear/See | Jan. 24-30

The spectrum is overflowing this week, to mix my metaphors. From the history of Jews in China to live cinema, from an operatic superstar to a masterpiece of 20th century orchestral music and the minting of a brand new art gallery, there is no excuse for sitting on your couch in the days to come. Don’t succumb! Explore!

What to Do/See/Hear | Oct. 25-31

If this week’s wet, chilly weather has you thinking that you’d like to curl up with a good book, or at least hear about one, you’re in luck. The word is center stage this week at several events around town. Plus, Music Hall’s reopening will move en pointe, but still with a literary theme.

What to Do/See/Hear | Oct. 18-24

If you were among the estimated one million people who braved downtown traffic to see the wonders of BLINK, you’re probably ready for something that’s happening indoors. Whether it’s an intimate concert in a living room setting or Part 3 of Music Hall’s rechristening, there’s a concert to fit you.

Photography Feminism, Politics

Katy Grannan

FotoFocus presents, Second Century: Photography, Feminism, Politics. This free, one-day symposium features international and local speakers addressing topics around feminist approaches to photography and lens-based art in today’s socio-political climate.