ICA Named #1 in The Boston Globe's List of the “Biggest Arts Stories of the Decade”
"For decades, Boston was seen as a buttoned-up, red-brick-and-granite city, more interested in Monets than the modern. That changed on Dec. 10, 2006, when the ICA’s new glass-walled home opened on the South Boston waterfront. Three years later, the ICA continues to fill its galleries with innovative art and more than 250,000 visitors a year." article>>
ICA Production of Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell Nominated for 2009 Elliot Norton Award
The Elliot Norton Awards, which recognize excellence in Greater Boston theater, celebrate their 27th anniversary on Monday, May 11, at Harvard University’s Sanders Theatre. The awards honor the season's best work in Boston's theaters (from April 2008 to March 2009). Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell is nominated in the Outstanding Visiting Production category.
The Making of the New ICA Selected to Participate in Milano Documentary International Festival
The video, directed by the ICA's Branka Bogdanov, will compete in the architecture category of the Milano Documentary International Festival, taking place May 26 - 20, 2009.