Museums in Waltham, MA

Find museums in Waltham, MA. Listings include Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation, Gore Place, The Telephone Museum, Rose Art Museum, Arts at Brandeis and Lyman Estate. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

Stonehurst

Stonehurst

100 Robert Treat Paine Dr, Waltham 02452

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  • 04/18/19
    "She was a cofounder of pioneering feminist gallery A.I.R., and had recently become one of the first black curators at the Museum of Modern Art. And all of this while cultivating her signature paintin...
    > Rose Art Museum
  • 04/17/19
    Artist. Activist. Educator. Visionary. Howardena Pindell is on view now at the Rose Art Museum. Find out more--> http://bit.ly/2LbiNFH
    > Rose Art Museum
  • 04/17/19
    From SCRAM JAM on Saturday night!
    > Rose Art Museum
  • 04/17/19
    "Time and time again, Howardena Pindell’s art surprises and draws audiences in through her ability to honestly present her version of reality." The Justice
    > Rose Art Museum
  • 04/17/19
    "They really bring you back to the studio—the making of the work,” noted Christophe Cherix, MoMA’s chief curator of drawings and prints. “And that’s why they are both so moving and informati...
    > Rose Art Museum
  • 04/17/19
    "...the event dedicated to community, self-expression and celebration of the arts gathered a considerable crowd that reminded us that art is not to be confined to the walls of a museum, but to be enjo...
    > Rose Art Museum
  • 04/13/19
    Today from 12-4 PM, enjoy a free shuttle between the Rose Art Museum and the Waltham Common. A perfect opportunity to experience the delicious offerings of Waltham’s Moody Street after exploring the...
    > Rose Art Museum
  • 04/12/19
    Rituals, whether they’re carefully chosen, superstitious, or compulsive, can help artists cope with uncertainties.
    > Rose Art Museum
  • 04/11/19
    In 1973, Pindell purchased a television to give her eyes and hands a break from her labor intensive, intricate way of painting. Soon, however, she began to use the TV to create a pioneering body of wo...
    > Rose Art Museum
  • 04/11/19
    Visual artist Marilyn Minter discusses the evolution of her creative practice, surviving in the art world, and how sobriety allowed her to finally trust her own instincts.
    > Rose Art Museum
  • 04/11/19
    "Unbowed, she followed her own path.” The New York Times See Howardena Pindell's compelling and dynamic work at the Rose through May 19.
    > Rose Art Museum