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Louise Bourgeois: The Fabric Works

Explore the softer side of an artist best known for oversized iron arachnids. And by softer side, we mean the twisting of mistresses’ necks.

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At Home in the Museum

At an unusual Boston home-turned-museum, entry is free to anyone named Isabella and an idiosyncratic sensibility reigns.

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Art Too Bad to Be Ignored

In a Boston museum, artistic failures are investigated and celebrated. What do you think constitutes bad art?

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Alive for Now

An art exhibition created out of organic matter provokes us to think about what we can see, do and make in the here and now.

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Summer School: It’s Not Too Late

Summer is the perfect time to craft. If June passed by without you making a single stitch, and you’ve spent July sequestered in front of your A/C, too lonely to be productive, don’t lose hope. You can still take advantage of the celebrated summer offerings at three internationally renowned craft schools. These schools offer a…

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Guest Curator: Sabrina Gschwandtner of KnitKnit

This week’s Guest Curator is artist, writer and curator Sabrina Gschwandtner. Sabrina’s work bridges the fields of conceptual art, handcraft, activism and social history. Her book KnitKnit: Profiles and Project’s from Knitting’s New Wave was published by Stewart, Tabori and Chang in 2007; the audio version was just published by Knitting Out Loud. Sabrina served…