The Great Animal Orchestra: Bernie Krause and United Visual Artists

The Peabody Essex Museum and the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain are proud to present the North American premiere of The Great Animal Orchestra. Step into an immersive audio-visual experience that celebrates our planet’s rich biodiversity. Over the course of nearly fifty years, Bernie Krause collected more than 5,000 hours of recordings of natural environments, … Continue reading The Great Animal Orchestra: Bernie Krause and United Visual Artists

Winter Fireside Tales

Warm-up in front of a fire with a drink in hand. Every winter season we’ll spend evenings to take an hour to learn about original lifestyles, notable winters, and infamous events this house stood witness to. Coffee and Tea will be provided. For those guests looking for a romantic evening of history, this event is … Continue reading Winter Fireside Tales

Daayani Yoga Takes Salem in Winter

Your favorite yoga witches are coming back to Salem! Join us for another weekend filled with in-person alternative vinyasa yoga classes inside The Satanic Temple Salem, 1/14-1/16! Classes are 60 mins and open to all-levels of experience, so spread the word! Tickets are $25 and must be purchased in advance (non-refundable). If we happen to … Continue reading Daayani Yoga Takes Salem in Winter

Sister Season of Sorrow: Caitlin and Nicole Duennebier

Since their youth, Caitlin and Nicole Duennebier have been creating foreboding landscapes and narratives. Both have grown to have wildly different styles, but their work still is commingled and speaks of the woods and stories made up from their childhood. Caitlin’s robust characters inhabit Nicole’s mystical, otherworldly landscapes—drinking, smoking cigs, laughing, and crying. The stark … Continue reading Sister Season of Sorrow: Caitlin and Nicole Duennebier

“The Salem Witch Trials: Reckoning and Reclaiming” at the Peabody Essex Museum

More than 300 years after the Salem witch trials, artistic imaginations remain engaged by the personal tragedies and grave injustices of this historic crisis. In this exhibition, learn more about factors that fueled the hysteria and individuals who rose to defend those unjustly accused and explore two creative responses by artists with ancestral links to … Continue reading “The Salem Witch Trials: Reckoning and Reclaiming” at the Peabody Essex Museum

The Great Animal Orchestra: Bernie Krause and United Visual Artists

The Peabody Essex Museum and the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain are proud to present the North American premiere of The Great Animal Orchestra. Step into an immersive audio-visual experience that celebrates our planet’s rich biodiversity. Over the course of nearly fifty years, Bernie Krause collected more than 5,000 hours of recordings of natural environments, … Continue reading The Great Animal Orchestra: Bernie Krause and United Visual Artists

W O L F D R E A M // Submission Deadline (Call For Art)

Throughout history, Wolves have been the personification of wonder and power. They represent the untamed spirit and unconquered land. With that reputation, they have also been condemned as evil incarnate and, once murdered, a symbol of man’s brutal conquest of nature. With this exhibition, we aim to explore and promote the majesty of these beautiful … Continue reading W O L F D R E A M // Submission Deadline (Call For Art)

MLK Day: Collaging our Identities

Join us for a special program to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Artists Luis Martin and Aaron Marin will guide viewers through a collage-making session and prompt a conversation reflecting on social and civic issues, injustice, and race while tying in their lived experiences as men of color, Latinx and Black. In an invitation … Continue reading MLK Day: Collaging our Identities