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Delve into the living culture of the Taíno Peoples with members of the Higuayagua Taíno community of the Caribbean. Explore the rich history of the Taíno, which has been present since time immemorial and continues to resonate in the Caribbean and beyond. This interactive session is presented in collaboration with the Community Healing Center and is open to both English and Spanish speakers. 

This event has been organized to accompany the ICA Watershed exhibition—Hew Locke: The Procession. Poetic and powerful, the installation draws on the metaphor of the voyage to, in the artist’s words, “reflect on the cycles of history, and the ebb and flow of cultures, people, finance, and power.” 

Find directions on how to get to the Watershed here.

Hew Locke: The Procession was originally commissioned by Tate Britain for its 2022 Tate Britain Commission. The ICA Watershed presentation is organized by Ruth Erickson, Barbara Lee Chief Curator and Director of Curatorial Affairs, and Anni A. Pullagura, Consulting Assistant Curator, in collaboration with Tate.

Support for Hew Locke: The Procession is provided by David Feinberg and Marina Kalb, and an anonymous donor.

ICA Watershed programs are supported by Eastern Bank.

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Learn about Caporales, a traditional Andean dance. As described by the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, this high-energy dance, “acknowledges the African slave experience of Bolivia, and honors Afro-Bolivian identity and cultural expressions.” This interactive workshop at the Watershed will be co-hosted with Veronica Robles Cultural Center (VROCC), an East Boston arts organization that seeks to foster, share, and celebrate Latino cultures. Performers from East Boston and Caporales San Simon New England will join Robles to share the history, cultural influences (Bolivian indigenous, African, European), and traditions of Caporales followed by a demonstration of this folkloric dance. 

This workshop has been organized to accompany the ICA Watershed exhibition—Hew Locke: The Procession. Poetic and powerful, the installation draws on the metaphor of the voyage to, in the artist’s words, “reflect on the cycles of history, and the ebb and flow of cultures, people, finance, and power.” 

Tickets are not required for the dance workshop. 

Find directions on how to get to the Watershed here.

Hew Locke: The Procession was originally commissioned by Tate Britain for its 2022 Tate Britain Commission. The ICA Watershed presentation is organized by Ruth Erickson, Barbara Lee Chief Curator and Director of Curatorial Affairs, and Anni A. Pullagura, Consulting Assistant Curator, in collaboration with Tate.

Support for Hew Locke: The Procession is provided by David Feinberg and Marina Kalb, and an anonymous donor.

ICA Watershed programs are supported by Eastern Bank.

Select Sundays at 2 PM (plus a special 11 AM tour on May 12 for Mother’s Day).

Join an ICA Graduate Student Lecturer for a tour of Firelei Báez. Deepen your understanding of the artist and exhibition themes through guided close looking and discussion.  

Are there access accommodations that would be useful to help you fully participate in this program (e.g., assistive listening devices (ALDs), portable gallery stools)? Let us know at accessibility@icaboston.org. 


Firelei Báez is organized by Eva Respini, Deputy Director and Director of Curatorial Programs, Vancouver Art Gallery, (former Barbara Lee Chief Curator, ICA/Boston), with Tessa Bachi Haas, Curatorial Assistant.

Major support for Firelei Báez is provided by is provided by Hauser & Wirth, the Henry Luce Foundation, and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

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This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, Karen and Brian Conway, David and Jocelyne DeNunzio, Mathieu O. Gaulin, The Kotzubei-Beckmann Family Philanthropic Fund, Lise and Jeffrey Wilks, an anonymous donor, the Jennifer Epstein Fund for Women Artists, and the ICA’s Avant Guardian Society.

Discover our feature exhibition Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today in this interactive tour led by one of the ICA’s expert guides. This +1 member exclusive tour invites youth members 12 years old and under and their +1 guest to discover the art and artists of our time during a visit to the ICA. +1 youth members can always bring 1 adult guest for free to the museum!

Tours at 11 AM are aimed towards youth members 6 years old and under.   

Tours at 1 PM are aimed towards youth members 7-12 years old.

For questions, please email plus1@icaboston.org.  


+1 Membership is generously supported by Vertex.

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Join us for an in-depth look at the collection work included in Wordplay. This member-exclusive curator-led tour will take you beyond the wall text and provide expert insight and context for the exhibition.  

Join us for an in-depth look at the work of Firelei Báez. These member-exclusive, curator-led tours will take you beyond the wall text and provide expert insight and context for this immersive survey exhibition.   


Firelei Báez is organized by Eva Respini, Deputy Director and Director of Curatorial Programs, Vancouver Art Gallery, (former Barbara Lee Chief Curator, ICA/Boston), with Tessa Bachi Haas, Curatorial Assistant.

Major support for Firelei Báez is provided by is provided by Hauser & Wirth, the Henry Luce Foundation, and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

Hauser & Wirth logo
Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts logo

This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, Karen and Brian Conway, David and Jocelyne DeNunzio, Mathieu O. Gaulin, The Kotzubei-Beckmann Family Philanthropic Fund, Lise and Jeffrey Wilks, an anonymous donor, the Jennifer Epstein Fund for Women Artists, and the ICA’s Avant Guardian Society.

Discover our feature exhibition Firelei Báez in this interactive tour led by one of the ICA’s expert guides. This +1 member exclusive tour invites youth members aged 12 and under along with 1 accompanying guest to discover the art and artists of our time during a visit to the ICA. +1 youth members can always bring 1 adult guest for free to the museum! 

Tours at 12:30 PM are targeted towards youth members 6 years old and under.   

Tours at 2:30 PM are targeted towards youth members 7-12 years old.   

These are Family tours. The content of these tours is geared to the age groups listed above but are not limited to those age groups.

For questions, please email plus1@icaboston.org.  


+1 Membership is generously supported by Vertex.

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Join an ICA Graduate Student Lecturer for a tour of Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s-Today. Deepen your understanding of the exhibition themes and select artists through guided close looking and discussion.  

Are there access accommodations that would be useful to help you fully participate in this program (e.g., assistive listening devices (ALDs), portable gallery stools)? Let us know at accessibility@icaboston.org. 

Join us for an in-depth look at the work included in Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today. This member-exclusive curator-led tour will take you beyond the wall text and provide expert insight and context for the exhibition.  


Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today was organized by Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. The exhibition was originally presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and was curated by Carla Acevedo-Yates, Marilyn and Larry Fields Curator, with Iris Colburn, Curatorial Assistant, Isabel Casso, former Susman Curatorial Fellow, and Nolan Jimbo, Susman Curatorial Fellow. The ICA/Boston presentation is coordinated by Jeffrey De Blois, Associate Curator and Publications Manager.

Major support for Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today was provided by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

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With warmest thanks, we gratefully acknowledge the generosity of the ICA’s Avant Guardian Society in making this exhibition possible.

Artist Ethan Murrow transformed the ICA’s Sandra and Gerald Fineberg Art Wall with a monumental drawing using a familiar writing tool—Sharpie. To celebrate the work, Murrow, Professor of Painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, joins ICA Assistant Curator Ruth Erickson in an engaging conversation exploring his ideas, inspirations, and influences.


This program is made possible, in part, with the support of Ronald and Ronni Casty.