Students, artists and community members created over 400 hand-painted suitcases for Nora Valdez’s “Immigration Nation” exhibit at Urbano Project, on display through July 29. The tactile sculptural installation confronts the struggle of immigrants to find identity and acceptance in the United States. Eucaris Jimenez, a 20-year-old student at UMass Boston, painted her suitcase with a…Read More
Last week artist and activist Ann Lewis began work on “See Her,” a public mural at 808 Tremont Street in Boston’s South End. The temporary mural, up until October 2018, is being created in partnership with the women of the McGrath House, a reentry facility where incarcerated women serve the final six months of their…Read More
From left to right: 1) An e-mail free Sunday is what dreams are made of. 2) Snapshot of a moving exhibit at the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis. 3) Summer is for patio bites and chilled glasses of wine. 4) Still dreaming about my dinner at the Oak Room. 5) Nothing says “weekend” like a tulle skirt! 6) Popping bottles on the…Read More
From left to right: 1) Visiting the Clemmons Family Farm in Charlotte, VT. 2) Always planning my next adventure. 3) Rosé all day at the Shelburne, VT Vineyard. 4) Some weird and wonderful artwork in Burlington. 5) Christened the summer with champagne on the esplanade. 6) Leunig’s in Burlington, VT offers a daily macaron selection!
From left to right: 1) Day dreaming and trip planning. 2) Gallery hopping at the Taubman. 3) Oyster season may be over, but that’s not stopping me! 4) Cocktails and leather goods at the m0851 anniversary party. 5) Another shot of my Champloo ice cream in Roanoke. 6) Scored this new wallet from m0851, stay tuned to see how I style it!
“Arrabal,” playing at the American Repertory Theatre through June 18, brings the slow, steamy danger of Buenos Aires to Boston. A narrative performance told through tango, the show follows young Arrabal whose father was captured and killed during the dictatorship of General Jorge Rafael Videla. In a search to find herself and understand her past,…Read More