Search and Discover: An Art Walk through Central Square

I have always loved Street art. It is one of the things I am most passionate about and fascinated by. There is something about its subversive nature, the unfiltered messages, its unsanctioned appearance, and the fact that it often gives voice to the unheard which adds layers to our ongoing social, political, economic and cultural…

“Augument,” Finding Joy at the Cyclorama

There is something pleasantly disquieting about Nick Cave’s “Augment,” which is now on view at the Cyclorama in Boston’s South End. It is colorful, enormous, jarring, and surreal, and in a way it almost looks like something you would expect to see in the Upside-Down. The lawn ornaments which have been sewn together into five…

Day Tripping: Georges Island and the Isle Arts Initiative

Growing up in the Boston area I got lucky because I was able to visit the Boston Harbor Islands whenever I wanted as long as I could get my hands on a boat, or when need be take the ferry.  So it seems only natural that with the arrival of summer and the temperatures ramping up also comes a…