Boston’s Best Winter 2014-15 Art Events

November 24, 2014 11:00 AM
Boston’s Best Winter 2014-15 Art Events
" With the coming of winter, Boston loses some of its outdoor fun, but there is still more than enough for art fans to do. Besides the always amazing art museums, including some of the best in the country, there are also art events that bring the appreciation indoors for the winter season. Whether it is seeing local artists in their element or using artistic skills to help those in need, winter is offering up plenty to keep Boston busy. See a show, create something or check out a new exhibit.

(Image: Artists’ Group of Charlestown)

Open Studios & Small Wonders Artists Group Of Charlestown 523 Medford St. Charlestown, MA 02129 (617) 241-0130

Date: Dec. 6 & 7, Dec. 13 & 14, 2014

The Open Studios & Small Wonders events go hand in hand annually for the Artists Group of Charlestown. For the first weekend, the studios open to the public and let everyone see how the artists within work. This is a great time to become familiar with local artists and perhaps arrange to get a piece from one or more of them. The following weekend is a juried exhibition that involves only small pieces of artwork "

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