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    Visual Arts. categories:
Art GlassArt Glass
Body ArtBody Art
Computer Generated ArtComputer Generated Art
Drawing and SketchingDrawing and Sketching
Film MakingFilm Making
Virtual GraffitiVirtual Graffiti

      The visual arts are a class of art forms, including painting, sculpture, film, photography, and others, that focus on the creation of works which are primarily visual in nature. Many artistic disciplines involve aspects of the visual arts as well other types, so these definitions are not strict.
      In our Visual Arts directory of Arts Humanities catalog you can browse 14 sections we offer you, such as Art Glass, Body Art, Calligraphy, Ceramics, Computer Generated Art, Drawing and Sketching, Film Making, Illustration, Painting, Portraiture, Printmaking, Sculpture, Virtual Graffiti, Watercolor and find useful information about shows, exhibitions, museums, art galleries in Boston, MA and Boston area.
If you are creative, talented and looking for self-expression, you would definitely find something here!

  • Visual Arts (13)

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  Artists Foundation
The Artists Foundation, founded in 1973. is a nonprofit Massachusetts art organization establishec to foster the development of artists in all disciplines and to improve the economic and social position of artists by advocating for artists on public policy issues that affect the artists' community.  More about Artists Foundation
  artsMEDIA Magazine
Now in its tenth year, artsMEDIA is the only monthly magazine providing critical, timely coverage of the visual arts throughout greater Boston and southern New England. .  More about artsMEDIA Magazine
  Boston Children`s Museum
Founded in 1913 by a group of teachers in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood, the Boston Children's Museum began a "hands-on" tradition long before that phrase became commonplace. Today, after 90 years, the Museum exists to help children understand and enjoy the world in which they live.  More about Boston Children`s Museum
  Copley Society of art
The Copley Society of art presents over 18 exhibitions each year in its bi-level galleries located at 158 Newbury Street. A combination of juried, thematic, and solo shows, these exhibitions present the work of more than 250 contemporary artists from New England and beyond.  More about Copley Society of art
  Images Move
Dave Rosenberg's Images Move is a full-service photography studio. I specialize in commercial, event, legal, b'nai mitzvah, nature, and sports photography.  More about Images Move
  Institute of Contemporary Art
For over 65 years, the Institute of Contemporary Art has been introducing to Boston and the country some of the most important artists of our time, from Pablo Picasso and Robert Rauschenberg to Andy Warhol and Cindy Sherman. This excellence in presenting contemporary art.  More about Institute of Contemporary Art
  Oliver Brothers Custom Picture Framing, Boston
Oliver Brothers specializes in creating exquisite picture framing design solutions for discriminating customers. We offer museum-quality materials and an inspiring selection of specialty frames and mats.  More about Oliver Brothers Custom Picture Framing, Boston
  Robert Castagna Fine Arts
Robert Castagna`s Fine Art images are printed on archival Crane & Co, cotton paper using the pigment giclee printing process. Currently there is a limited amount of Artist Proofs available, also available at Rolly-Michaux Gallery off Newbury Street.  More about Robert Castagna Fine Arts
  Scott's Stone Carving Classes
Learn how to carve stone. Semester Classes, teen classes and one day stone carving Saturdays, third Saturday of each month.  More about Scott's Stone Carving Classes
  The Boston Center for the Arts
The Boston Center for the Arts is a nonprofit performing and visual arts complex located in Boston’s South End, the largest historic district in the United States. As a creative home for artists and an arts destination for audiences, the BCA builds a connection between the arts and the community.  More about The Boston Center for the Arts
  The Kids Place
The Kids Place located in Newton, MA is a drop-in art studio, toy store, and premier party place all in one! At The Kids Place, children can mine for gems, sandy candy, paint plaster/ceramics or do mosaic projects!!.  More about The Kids Place
  The New Art Center
At the New Art Center, there are several programs designed to stimulate new ideas, nurture your talents, and meet your objectives. Whether you are an artist, educator, curator, or someone seeking artistic surroundings for your soiree or child’s party, we have something for you.  More about The New Art Center
  The School of the Museum of Fine Arts
SMFA is a unique institution, dedicated to educating artists and focused on fostering creative investigation, risk-taking, and individual vision. We do this by emphasizing studio practice and by offering students an unusual amount of freedom in their coursework.  More about The School of the Museum of Fine Arts

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