In February 2018, North Adams became home to a new, one-of-a-kind museum dedicated to all things dogs. Located blocks from the country’s largest contemporary art museum, Mass MoCA, Museum of Dog (M.O.D) features a private collection of dog inspired paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs and accessories. The 8,000 square-foot historic space, at the merging point of Union Street and the Mohawk Trail, formerly housed Quinn’s Wallpaper & Paint. The museum will feature over 180 pieces from more than 50 notable artists ranging from William Wegman photographs to Mary Engel “Watch Dog” sculptures and rare dog collars dating back to the 1800s.
The ICA has expanded its artistic programming across the Boston Harbor to a temporary site in the East Boston Shipyard and Marina. The new space, called the Watershed, will present art and public programs in the new 15,000-square-foot space seasonally while continuing its regular programming in the Seaport year-round. The Watershed is a raw, industrial space for art unlike any other in Boston, where visitors can experience immersive projects by artists engaged with the site, space, and issues related to this unique location.
Explore the worlds of iconic illustrators Dr. Seuss, Eric Carle, and Norman Rockwell— and save with a combined ticket package. Enjoy scenic trails between these three amazing museums.
Explore the worlds of iconic illustrators Dr. Seuss, Eric Carle, and Norman Rockwell and save with a combined ticket package. Enjoy the scenic trails to three amazing museums located within an hour radius of each other.