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Fuller Craft Museum
Through September 16
“Playtime in the Making,” and “FORTitude: The Art of Play,” opens.
Through November 18
“Tricks of the Trade”
Through October 7
Biennial Members Exhibition
Through October 21 “Grounds for Play”
Reception: July 15
Through October 28
“Objects of Use and Beauty: Design and Craft in Japanese Culinary Tools.”
Through April 19, 2019“Shana Novak: Memory Keeper”
Hours: Tues.–Sun. 10 a.m.–5 p.m.,Thurs. until 9 p.m., closed Mon.MBTA Commuter Rail to Brockton station, then take Bus 4A.
National Association of Women Arts, MA Chapter
Apply at the nawa.org by 3/15 and 9/15 of each year.
NAWAMA Artists exhibit at Trustman Art Gallery, Simmons College in “Natural Force” through May 21 and Hess Gallery, Chestnut Hill November 11–February 10, 2019.
New Bedford Whaling Museum
Through May 2019
“The East Unlocks its Gates: American Whalers and Trade in Asia” examines connections between America’s eastern seaboard and Asia. It explores the lucrative trade in hard goods between New Bedford merchants and the treaty ports of China, route-finding through the East Indies, and the story of American whalers and the opening of commerce with Japan.
“A Spectacle in Motion:” two exhibitions about the 1848 Grand Panorama of a Whaling Voyage ‘Round the World. July 14 – October 8
“The Original:” America’s longest painting in its entirety.
July 29 through 2019
“The Experience:” large-scale
digital moving Panorama replicates the 19th century viewing experience.
Hours: Mon.–Sun 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Worcester Art Museum
Through Summer 2019 “Radiance Rediscovered:
Stained Glass by Tiffany and La Farge”—restored Tiffany windows from Boston’s Mount Vernon Congregational Church. Panels by La Farge join the exhibition in September 2018.
Through September 2“Exploring the Myths of James Dye,” encounter worlds within worlds in dip pen and ink drawings by the Sally R. Bishop Prize Winner of the 2017 ArtsWorcester Biennial.
Through March 24, 2019
“Inhabiting Folk Portraits,” featuring portraits from our collection alongside new paintings by Candice Smith Corby.
“Eden 2.0” by Alexi Antoniadis.
May 12–March 24, 2019
“Leisure Pursuits: The Fashionand Culture of Recreation.”
Through November 5
“A New View: Landscapes from the Permanent Collection”
Hours: Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, 10–4., Sat & Sun 10–5. Closed Tuesdays.
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
July 5–October 28
Yayoi Kusama: “Where the Lights in My Heart Go”
A celestial infinity mirror room installed outdoors.
Through September 30“Sculpting with Air: Ian McMahonand Jong Oh,” featuring large-scale, site-specific sculptures by two artists shaping the intangible element of air.
Through September 30
“Lived Space: Humans and Architecture.” Exploring psychological and physical attachments to spaces we inhabit.
Through June 2019
“PLATFORM 21: Saul Melman, Best Of All Possible Worlds.”An outdoor installation of translucent doors arranged in the layout of an apartment.
Hours: Wed.–Fri. 10 a.m.–4 p.m., Sat.–Sun. 10 am–5 p.m.