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Articles: Arts

Post-Title IX, more women have entered competitive sports like basketball.

Courtesy of Schlesinger Library


How Title IX expanded women’s opportunities in sports


A summer exhibit at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum (above) highlights abstract art…

Photograph courtesy of the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum

Lincoln offers rich history, nature trails, local food, and art.

July-August 2017

End of the Line, Cleveland Circle (2012), by Kate Sullivan

Courtesy of the Boston Athenaeum

A Boston Athenaeum print exhibit reveals “a distinctive sense of place.”

July-August 2017

Bllanche Ames

Blanche Ames

Photograph courtesy of the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University

Brief life of an intrepid botanical illustrator: 1878-1969

July-August 2017

Barry Van Dusen’s barn swallow (nesting at Stone Barn Farm)

Courtesy of Barry Van Dusen

A trip to Mass Audubon’s unique art museum

May-June 2017

The Asa Gray Garden honors the Harvard botanist

Courtesy of Mount Auburn Cemetery

Springtime at Mount Auburn Cemetery

May-June 2017

Steampunk style merges “neo-Victorian fashion with retro-futuristic technology.”

Photograph by Bobbi Lane

Steampunk Festival celebrates art and history in Waltham, Massachusetts

May-June 2017

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Recreating the Philosophy Chamber

May-June 2017

American Dream, by Sarah Thomas

Courtesy of World of WearableArt Limited

Fashion collides with high art at the Peabody Essex Museum.

March-April 2017