At the Gardner / January 2018 / by Anne Fitzpatrick

Happy 2018! There are three exhibitions to catch this month before they end...

Gardner's Holiday Table will be on view in our Tapestry Room through January 8, while Elaine Reichek's Ever Yours, Henry James is on display through January 16. And if you haven't seen it yet, this is the last chance to visit our Henry James and American Painting exhibition, which ends January 21. Read on for more fun happenings this month...


MLK Jr. Day of Service
Monday, January 15: Carry on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through community-building activities and performances with local luminaries committed to social justice and service. Learn more >>


Judith Barry: Untitled
Opens Wednesday, January 17: American-born artist Judith Barry worked with hundreds of drone images depicting refugees fleeing their homes and seeking a new life to create her installation for the Museum's facade. Learn more >>


New Member Morning
Wednesday, January 20: Are you a Gardner member? Get to know other new members at this special event inspired by Isabella's own reveal of her beautiful Museum and courtyard garden, complete with refreshments, live music, and exhibition access.  Reserve tickets >>


Sunday Concert: A Far Cry
Sunday, January 28: The Gardner's resident chamber orchestra, A Far Cry, returns to kick off the 2018 concert season with their Dvorak-inspired program, Guardians of Groove. Buy tickets >>