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Let the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, bring art and history alive! Artful Adventures offers programs specifically designed for Cub Scouts.
Let the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, bring art and history alive! Artful Adventures offers two programs specifically designed for Girl Scouts: Brownie and Junior Badge Workshops and Artful Adventures Girl Scout Tours.
Artful Adventures Off-Site Programs Artful Adventures Off-Site programs are designed around the interests and needs of your group and the Museum's…
Community Arts Initiative Partners Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) The Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) stands for community…
These websites offer information for art educators and parents on the educational benefits of visiting museums and encouraging artistic exploration.
Explore the MFA with your children! Search for objects and images, from dogs and trees to dragons to arms and armor, to learn interesting facts and get ideas for art-making activities. Each activity sheet focuses on a specific theme, linking intriguing objects from many cultures.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, unveils in November its spectacular new wing for the Art of the Americas and the soaring glass-enclosed Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Family Courtyard, designed by Foster + Partners (London). Visitors attending the Museum's opening celebrations will be among the first to see the new spaces and enjoy festivities ranging from a black-tie gala and stylish dance party, to special events for members and free Community Days.
Art of the Americas Wing 121,307 square feet Number of galleries 53 -- includes nine period rooms and four Behind the Scenes galleries Gallery space…