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The installation on the Sandra and Gerald Fineberg Art Wall is often the very first artwork visitors see when entering the ICA. Spanning an entire wall, the artwork can shape the environment or feeling of the museum’s entrance. The artwork changes regularly and is designed by different artists from all over the world. We invite you to explore the current artwork and imagine your own.

What do you notice right away?

How does it make you feel?

What does it make you think of?

How would you describe it to someone?


A line illustration of the ICA's Sandra and Gerald Fineberg Art Wall


What will you be inspired by? Artists find inspiration in all sorts of places. Explore your home, your neighborhood, or even the ICA! If you are in the museum, visit our galleries on the 4th floor and experience artwork made by contemporary artists. Wherever you are, keep a list of what excites you or what you have questions about. Some ideas of what to look for are unique materials, unusual patterns or textures, and artwork of different sizes and shapes.


Write your ideas to reflect, then make a drawing of your unique vision for the wall.

What would it look like?

What materials would you use?

What story would you tell?

Share your artwork on social media with #ICAartlab or email us your photos at