A half-hour weekly show taking the viewer inside the creative process of artists from across the country. Hosted by Jared Bowen, Open Studio features a blend of profiles, performances, and contemporary exhibitions in American art, including highlights from the local art scene.
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Open Studio with Jared Bowen
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Open Studio with Jared Bowen
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Open Studio with Jared Bowen
Jared heads to the Museum of African American History to view Picturing Frederick Douglass, an exhibition featuring Frederick Douglass, the most photographed American of the 19th century, and how he leveraged the growing medium.
Join Jared for a trip to the Fitchburg Art Museum to view Fantastical, Political, an exhibition featuring five large-scale works that confront the country's ongoing political dilemmas.
Jared profiles artist Robert Freeman, whose show Mardi Gras Indians is on view at the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists in Roxbury.
A conversation with actor George Takei about Allegiance, a musical based on his childhood, presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company.
Take a look back at Jared's features on Walter Isaacson and Leonardo Da Vinci, Worcester Art Museum's The Mystery of Worcester's Leonardo, Klimt & Schiele at the MFA, and Inventur-Art in Germany, 1943-55 at Harvard Art Museums.
Jared heads to the International Museum of World War II to explore their exhibition, Women in WWII: On the Home Fronts and the Battlefronts, spotlighting the roles of women during WWII, including never-before-exhibited Ansel Adams photographs of Massachusetts women who were part of the war effort.
Revisit Jared's coverage of Jagged Little Pill, Paddington Comes to America, Picturing Frederick Douglass and Robert Freeman's Mardi Gras Indians.
Head to the Peabody Essex Museum for their retrospective of photographer Sally Mann, Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings.
Explore artist Fujiko Nakaya's Fog x FLO "fog sculptures" at Boston's Emerald Necklace Conservancy.
Visit the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum to tour Yayoi Kusama: Where Lights in My Heart Go and other new installations.
Join Jared to explore Wellesley College's Davis Museum, presenting Christiane Baumgartner: Another Country, a mid-career survey of the German printmaker.
Learn about Outsider Art through the work of 19 artists on display at the Tufts University Art Gallery.
Head to the Harvard Art Museums with Jared to witness a unique collection of animal-shaped vessels designed for ceremonial dining and social rituals.
Learn more about the global refugee crisis with Candice Breitz' seven-channel video installation at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Explore the dynamic dance world of choreographer William Forsythe with a new ICA exhibition of performative objects, video installations, and interactive sculptures.
Discover BASE Hologram, a California company employing laser and hologram technology to present "live" concerts by such artists as Maria Callas, Roy Orbison and Amy Winehouse.
This special edition of Open Studio revisits three interviews with pioneers in the arts.
Jared Bowen heads to the Massachusetts Historical Society to witness an exhibit of never-before-seen pieces of clothing, fabric and accoutrements from the 17th to the 19th centuries.
Jared travels to the Berkshires to see the Clark Art Institute's new exhibition of works by Joseph Mallord William Turner and John Constable.
Jared heads to the Museum of Fine Arts to see a five-decade career retrospective of Graciele Iturbide, one of Mexico's most celebrated photographers.
Jared takes Open Studio audiences to the Davis Museum at Wellesley College to view the work of photographer Tabitha Soren.
The Harvard Art Museums delves into the world of Bauhaus to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the German art school's founding.
Jared Bowen takes audiences to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum to view "Botticelli: Heroines + Heroes.
Jared takes viewers to the Fitchburg Art Museum for a retrospective of the late artist Otto Piene.
Open Studio takes audiences to the newly renovated Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth, which reopened in January 2019.
Open Studio takes audiences to the Worcester Art Museum to see nine versions of Claude Monet's well-known paintings of London's Waterloo Bridge.
Open Studio tours the Society of Arts + Crafts and welcomes the organization's new Executive Director Brigitte Martin.
Open Studio tours the Institute of Contemporary Art for an exhibition of contemporary sculpture created by Pakistani-born artist Huma Bhabha.
Jared takes viewers to "Harlem: In Situ," an exhibition at the Phillips Academy Addison Gallery of American Art.
Open Studio reviews some of the best museum experiences from this season, many of which are still on view this summer!
This week, Open Studio reviews some of the season's musical guests.
This week, Open Studio visits New Bedford for the inaugural Summer Winds festival, hosted by DATMA.
This week, Jared takes to the skies in a 100-foot tall reflective hot air balloon with curator Pedro Alonzo and Doug Aitken, the artist responsible for a new arts initiative from The Trustees' "Art & the Landscape" series titled New Horizon.
This week, Open Studio tours a range of exhibitions at Mass MoCA in North Adams, including installations from singer Annie Lennox and artist Trenton Doyle Hancock.
This week, Tony and Grammy Award-winner Billy Porter stops by to discuss the world premiere of "The Purists" at the Huntington Theatre Company, which he directs.
Open Studio tours the Peabody Essex Museum's new 40,000 square foot wing and 5,000 square foot garden, scheduled to open September 28th.
This week, Open Studio tours a new exhibit at the Cape Ann Museum featuring 51 original Winslow Homer seascape paintings.
At the Addison Gallery of American Art in Andover, MA, Men of Steel, Women of Wonder examines the influence of Superman and Wonder Woman on American pop culture since their creation some 80 years ago.
This week on Open Studio, the MIT Museum presents The Polaroid Project: at the Intersection of Art and Technology, a fascinating retelling of the story of the Polaroid company featuring all aspects of Polaroid photography, including the technology that made it possible.
Open Studio visits the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston to check out the "Ancient Nubia Now," a first-of-its-kind exhibition that excavates the museum's impressive holdings of Nubian artifacts to reconstruct the narrative surrounding the region.
This week, Open Studio tours Orchard House, the Concord home of Louisa May Alcott and her family and the place where she wrote Little Women.
This week, Open Studio visits the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston to preview the exhibition When Home Won't Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art.
Open Studio visits the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA, where a new exhibition explores the ravages of the opioid crisis.
At the Peabody Essex Museum, a new exhibit called Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle showcases the "Struggle Series" paintings of one of the best-known black American artists of the 20th century.
Jared hits the streets of Boston to profile Detroit Red, a world-premiere ArtsEmerson production from playwright Will Power about the early days of Malcolm X, who was known as Detroit Red during his time in Boston in the 1940s.
Open Studio tours the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's new exhibit, "Boston's Apollo: Thomas McKeller and John Singer Sargent.
This week, Open Studio visits the recently renovated MassArt Art Museum, which has re-opened as free to the public with exhibitions by artists Ghost of a Dream and Joana Vasconcelos, among others.
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