Join us at our March 3 MFA Late Nites, the next event in our series connecting visitors to art, culture, and community. The MFA is open to the public for ticketed entry to the party from 8 pm to 2 am. The diverse event lineup features programming in partnership with local organizations, artists, and more—making the Shapiro Family Courtyard, and Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art buzz with activity. Guests can visit exhibitions like “Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics,” “(un)expected families,” and “Seeking Stillness,” explore the galleries, and engage in art making. There’s something for everyone, from dancing and DJs to pop-up performances, intriguing bites, and much, much more.
Watch this space for full schedule of events.
Get your MFA Late Nite Bites food voucher for $20 in advance, for a sampler of 3 small plates.
A Collaboration with Nobuo Tsuji and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Level LG, Gund Gallery LG31
Level 1, Galleries 169 and 170
Level 2, Galleries 261, 262, and 263
Stop by the Murakami Shop to browse merchandise from Takashi Murakami’s KaiKai Kiki product line, and Complex Con T-shirts developed with the MFA. Don’t forget to pre-purchase the exhibition catalogue, Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics (available this spring) and get a tote-bag gift now for your book when it arrives. All MFA Members and XPass holders receive a 10% discount in the Murakami Shop.
All ticket sales are final. Tickets may not be refunded or exchanged.
Guests of all ages are welcome; visitors wishing to consume alcohol must be 21+. Valid ID with proof of age is required to purchase alcohol. Food and drink will be available for purchase; no outside food or beverage allowed.
All bags are subject to inspection by Museum staff. Backpacks and large bags are not permitted. All other smaller bags are strongly discouraged, and may need to be checked upon entry.
The MFA has a strict no smoking policy; this includes vaporizers.
The MFA reserves the right to deny entry or to ask guests to leave at any time.
MFA Late Nites is made possible by Trustee Dr. Jeffrey Leiden and his wife Lisa.