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Indigenous Perspectives: The Gardner Museum
Join us for the premiere of a powerful, short film screening, followed by a talkback with the the three featured local Indigenous cultural workers.
Join us for the premiere of a powerful, short film documenting a conversation among Elizabeth Solomon (Massachusett at Ponkapoag), Erin Genia (Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota), and Mar Parrilla (Afrotaíno Borikua), three local Indigenous cultural workers, on historical museum practices, manifestations of settler colonialism, cultural landscapes, and the potential of art in decolonization.
This film screening and live discussion take place during Free First Thursdays. Museum admission is freeView more
Admission is free, but reservations are required. The Gardner Museum and Cafe G are open late, and art-making activities are offered in the Studio
25 Evans Way, Boston, MA 02115
A limited number of free and metered spots are available near the Gardner Museum. We also offer discounted parking at the next-door Simmons School of Management Garage and are walking distance from the lots at the Museum of Fine Arts.
SIMMONS UNIVERSITY PARKING
Discounted* parking is available on Levels P1-P3 of the Simmons School of Management (SOM) Garage, at 86 Avenue Louis Pasteur.
MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS PARKING
Three parking lots are available at the Museum of Fine Arts, on Museum Road accessible from Huntington Avenue or from the Fenway.