A Great Way to Spend a Sunday Evening: The MFA’s Art of the Americas Wing

Last night, I went to the spanking brand new Art of the Americas Wing at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts. I can’t recommend it highly enough. It’s a beautiful space. If you’re a regular denizen of the MFA, you’ve probably seen some of the pieces on temporary exhibit, but it’s great to see them enter permanent displays.
I’ll also add that if the MFA were to stay open late Sunday evenings, that would be fantastic. It put me in a really good mood for the week.
If you’re not a member, you’ll have to wait until next Saturday, when it’s open to the general public. If you join while at the museum, however, you obviously can see the new wing.
And I definitely plan on returning this week before all you hoi polloi louse up the joint….
Kidding (about the hoi polloi thing anyway).

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2 Responses to A Great Way to Spend a Sunday Evening: The MFA’s Art of the Americas Wing

  1. Physicalist says:

    Do you know whether members get access all week long? (I tossed out the post card with the info, but be able to drop in today, . . . if they’ll let me in.)

  2. Physicalist says:

    Found it; it’s open to members all week.

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