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The paintings that comprise “My Dragon’s Silk Road” are selections from the past two years, a period in which McFarlane explored a deep fascination with China and its expanding role in the contemporary art world.
Thanks to a beloved, decades-strong Student Loan Art Program, MIT co-eds are eligible for a lottery whose sole purpose is to match over 500 students with a work of art from the Institute’s special trove.
Fabricated from a magnificent motley of dyed yarn and camel hair, strips of old fabric, rags, ribbon, and even sequins, these utilitarian rugs are fascinating textiles in their own right.
With the help of countless cans of spray paint and a whole lot of time on a lift, The Giant of Boston slowly emerged from the artists’ dreams to reality, right on the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway.
Artists throughout the state have a chance to be a part of “Art on the Marquee,” a program designed to integrate the arts into a sign system normally relegated for commercial purposes.