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Fitchburg Art Museum celebrates inspiring Italian cinema in its upcoming Italian Film Festival, March 28-30. The movies range from classic to contemporary and tackle the complexities of self, home and human connection through the Italian lens.   Read More >>
 
The name Tiffany is synonymous with radiant stained-glass windows found in churches, homes and other institutions around the country. So, too, is the name LaFarge, although not quite as famous today as Tiffany's.   Read More >>
 
Despite the snow on the ground, spring is right around the corner -- and Lowell's galleries celebrate its arrival with colorful exhibits to lift the spirits. It's all about drawing at the Arts League of Lowell's new spring show "Drawn to It: Line & Shade" at ALL Gallery, 307 Market St.   Read More >>
 
Fitchburg Art Museum -- FAM -- launches a new, updated brand identity this week, reflecting its current mission, recent revitalization and increased community commitment. The new FAM brand is anchored by its new red, black and white logo.   Read More >>
 
Worcester Art Museum invites visitors to tour 19th-century Japan this winter through the dramatic, colorful prints created by esteemed artist Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858). The exhibition "Travels with Hiroshige," on view Feb.   Read More >>
 
Valentine's Day is almost here -- a day for hearts, flowers and all things sentimental. These include silhouettes, those cut-out paper figures that were all the rage from 1790-1840 when Joel Spalding and his family lived in the historic Spalding House, 383 Pawtucket St.   Read More >>
 
Otto Piene, an internationally renowned artist known for his experiments in kinetic and performance art, spent the last 30 years of his life living and working on a farm in Groton. The works he created at his "art farm" take center stage in "Fire and Light: Otto Piene in Groton, 1983-2014" at Fitchburg Art Museum, Feb.   Read More >>
 
It's a great time of year to explore the region's galleries and museums. And several exhibitions opening this week and next offer plenty of incentive to bundle up and head out. The ever-popular Impressionist Claude Monet is featured in Worcester Art Museum's new exhibition, "Monet's Waterloo Bridge: Vision and Process," on view Jan.   Read More >>
 
The New England Quilt Museum reopens this week with three new exhibitions designed to please everyone this winter. Visit www.nequiltmuseum.org for more info. "Just for the Fun of It" presents never-before-shown quilts from the Pilgrim/Roy Collection.   Read More >>
 
An old saying goes something like this: "A man can work from sun to sun but a woman's work is never done." Six accomplished female artists explore that theme in the new show "A Woman's Work ... (Interior/Exterior Exploration)," on view at the Brush Art Gallery & Studios, 256 Market St.   Read More >>
 
 

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