Installation view, Diana Thater, ICA Watershed, Boston, 2018. Photo by Kerry McFate. Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner.
The ICA is offering free admission for all on Monday, October 8 – also the last day to experience the ICA Watershed (where admission is always free!) before it closes for the season.
Note: Advance ICA Ferry tickets for Monday have sold out, but a limited number of tickets will be available on site the day of. Get here early, as tickets go quickly!
If you’d like to travel directly to the Watershed, it is accessible:
By Private Water Taxi
Call Boston Harbor Cruises to book a private water taxi at 617-227-4320. The closest stop to the ICA is Stop 9 at Fan Pier; the closest stop to the Watershed is Stop 68 at the Shipyard.
By Public Transportation
The Watershed is 0.5 miles from Maverick Station on the Blue Line.
At the ICA we’ll be offering:
From 11 AM to 4 PM, stop by the Bank of America Art Lab for hands-on creative fun. The activity will be offered first come, first served on a space available basis. Children 12 and under are requested to have an adult present with them.
Short films presented by Grrl Haus Cinema
From 11 AM – 4 PM catch short films by women in the Barbara Lee Family Foundation Theater, curated by GRRL HAUS CINEMA. No ticket required.
Don’t miss our current exhibitions!
Jazz meets visual art. See installations based on storied jazz venues and catch a series of live gallery performances.
Explore ideas of public space, communication, and free speech.
ICA Collection: Entangled in the Everyday
Eliciting the wondrous from the mundane.