This event is closed Members-Only Event: Virtual Cocktails & Conversation with the Museum Team January 14, 6:00 pm Free, register below. A Zoom link will be sent to participants on the morning of the event.
Michael Scheibach, Ph.D., historian, author, and curator of the Atomic Alert! the exhibit presents “Living with the Atomic Bomb: 1945-1965,” a multimedia talk on the impact of the atomic bomb on the nation’s government policy, military strategy, civil defense programs, and individual citizens during the early Cold War.
Surprising Saints Saturday, November 25, 1:00pm Free with admission Join registrar, Laura Garrity-Arquitt and discover the many lesser-known saints included in folk icons, calendar icons, and in the borders of larger icons.
*SOLD OUT* Opening Reception: Migration + Memory: Jewish Artists of the Russian and Soviet Empires, From the Vladimir and Vera Torchilin Collection Curator talk: Russian Art of the Jewish Century Thursday, October 12, 6:30-8:30pm Members Free, Nonmembers $15 Please RSVP by October 10 by calling the Museum: 978.598.5000 x121. This event is sold out. Please come by [...]
Vladimir Putin: Personage, President, and Potentate A Lecture by Nina Tumarkin Sunday, September 24, 3:00pm Members $8, Nonmembers $12. Call 978.598.5000 x121 REGISTRATION FEES ARE NONREFUNDABLE Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation, is by many accounts the world's most powerful political leader. What have been his chief goals, values and operating principles? What accounts for [...]
Unicorns and Dragons in Mythology & Iconography Tuesday, August 8, 1:30pm Thursday, September 21, 11:30am FREE with admission Museum Curator and CEO Kent Russell uses an art historical perspective to focus on the cross-cultural symbolism of mythical beasts in iconography and other art. Each tour will feature a slightly different focus.
Two-Day Ethiopian Icon Workshop Tuesday and Wednesday, July 25 & 26, 9:00am – 6:00pm Members $350, Nonmembers $400, includes all materials. Please bring a lunch. Pre-paid registration is required by July 21. Call 978.598.5000 x121. REGISTRATION FEES ARE NONREFUNDABLE While Russian iconography is grounded in the Byzantine (Greek) iconographic tradition, Ethiopian iconography is more strongly Byzantine [...]
Unicorns and Dragons in Mythology & Iconography Saturday, July 8, 11:30am & 1:30pm Tuesday, August 8, 1:30pm Thursday, September 21, 11:30am FREE with admission Museum Curator and CEO Kent Russell uses an art historical perspective to focus on the cross-cultural symbolism of mythical beasts in iconography and other art. Each tour will feature a slightly different focus.
Exhibit Opening: Fantastic Beasts in Iconography On view June 3-September 24 Our new exhibition spotlights the many types of natural and unnatural creatures in iconography, exploring their origins, symbolism, stories, and myriad representations. This exhibit is family friendly, with images and activities that are appealing, accessible, and educational for both adults and children. Fantastic Family Day! [...]