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ICA this Memorial Day weekend!

Escape to the ICA this Memorial Day weekend!
Free family activities, film + live performance, and more.
SPECIAL HOURS
Memorial Day

We’re OPEN on Memorial Day (Monday, May 27) from 10 am — 5 pm!

FAMILIES
Play Date: A Step Ahead
Saturday, May 25
10 am – 4 pm

Celebrate May with a tour of the ICA neighborhood led by Boston by Foot! Enjoy lunch on the ICA Grandstand, visit the galleries, catch a dance/theater performance by Boston City Lights at 1:30 PM, then wrap things up with a creative twist in the Bank of America Art Lab. Art-making activities are led by visiting artists; participants may also make sketches outdoors overlooking Boston Harbor. More.

Play Dates are FREE for families (up to two adults per family accompanied by children). Youth 17 and under are always admitted free to the ICA.

PERFORMANCE
The Alloy Orchestra
Live Film Score: From Morning to Midnight
Saturday, May 25
7 and 9 pm

The Alloy Orchestra presents the Boston premiere of their live score for the silent film From Morning to Midnight directed by Karl-Henz Martin (1920, 74 min). A unique visual German expressionist masterwork, recently rediscovered in Japan, the film features radically stylized sets and imagery. Seen today, the originality and daring of the film’s overall conception elevate it to the pantheon of the cinema’s most prominent and important “lost” works.

Called “the best in the world at accompanying silent films” by Roger Ebert, The Alloy Orchestra writes and performs an unusual combination of found percussion and state-of-the-art electronics, helping to revive rare films of the silent era. More.

TICKETS
$20 members + students
$25 nonmembers

For tickets, please contact the ICA Box Office at 617-478-3103 or purchase online here.

EXHIBITIONS
Barry McGee
On view through September 2, 2013

Jeffrey Gibson, Love Song
On view through July 7, 2013

2013 James and Audrey Foster Prize
On view through July 14, 2013

Sandra and Gerald Fineberg Art Wall:
Haegue Yang in collaboration with Manuel Raeder

On view through March 2014

VISITOR INFO
For general parking tips and visitor information, click here.

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