MFA reopens amid pandemic

By Katie Peters, Claire Crittendon & Rachel Shepard – Editors-in-Chief & Copy Editor

Pictures taken at the Museum of Fine Arts on October 14 in galleries “Black Histories, Black Futures” and “Women take the floor.” (for both photos)
Photos by Katie Peters.

After a six month temporary closure, The Museum of Fine Arts Boston (MFA) reopened its doors to the public on September 26, with a multitude of guidelines in place to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Spend a day at the MFA

By Rosemary Leger – Managing Editor

Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts houses brilliant pieces from all disciplines, from all over the world. A day at the MFA is a day well spent, either alone or accompanied, and with a Boston-area college I.D., admission is free (out of town I.D.’s give a discount).

The variety of galleries are ever-changing and there are exhibit for all interests. Recently, the museum acquired its first Frida Kahlo painting, “Dos Mujeres,” and is drawing crowds to a visiting collection of Picasso’s creations.

MFA - Picasso.JPG
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston holds some extraordinary pieces including these Picasso paintings.

Continue reading “Spend a day at the MFA”

Blog at

Up ↑