Party All Night at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston
This month we're taking you on a tour of Boston's must-stop spots, and city's Museum of Fine Arts is on our list. Travel through time at one of the venue's all-night parties celebrating #mfaNOW, a series of contemporary art exhibits including a display of footage from Christian Marclay’s 24-hour movie “The Clock," which features clips of video from television and film history. You can also check out bold contemporary art from Frances Stark, abstract prints from Terry Winters, and more.
In addition to the art,there will be DJs, games, live painting, graffiti and more in full swing during the college edition of MFA's overnight on October 14-15. And if you'll be in Beantown on November 4 or December 9, you'll have two more chances to experience a night at the museum. Keep checking back on their event homepage to see which plans sound like your perfect late night featuring food trucks, live music, or artist demos.
The events run from 9pm through 9am in the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art, and all tickets are free and available on a first-come, first-serve basis.