Photo by Lauren Miller
Get creative with us in Can you see me?, Bank of America Art Lab’s newest installation by local artist Elisa Hamilton! Dive into an immersive hands-on art-making project involving photography, photo transfers, and self-exploration. Add your artwork to a growing display of visitor reflections and creations!
Boston artist Elisa Hamilton creates art that inspires joy and creativity and most importantly, invites you to participate. Through these collaborative artworks, Hamilton explores themes of community, identity, and making. Her participatory installation invites you to reflect on aspects of your identity through image and what we choose to share about ourselves.
Can you see me? will be open Saturdays and Sundays from 12-4 PM.
Art Lab activities are free with museum admission and are drop-in on a first-come-first-serve basis — space is limited.
About the Artist
Elisa H. Hamilton is a socially engaged multimedia artist who creates artworks and community-centered programs that emphasize shared spaces and the hopeful examination of our everyday places, objects, and experiences. Her work has been shown locally and nationally in solo and group exhibitions, and she has received numerous commissions and grants to create artworks and participatory programs. Current projects include Jukebox, a permanent, community-centered public art commission for the City of Cambridge. Hamilton is a faculty member in the Media Design MA program at Emerson College and is an Artist-In-Partnership at Olin College of Engineering.
Free Admission for Youth
Youth 18 and under always receive FREE museum admission. The ICA is committed to providing access to the art and artists of our time—and we do this with the incredible support of our community. Explore the +1 Membership: A free ICA membership program for youth 0-18.
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