Photo by Mel Taing
Explore the ICA online with our new Digital Guide, available for free on the Bloomberg Connects app.
Did you know the ICA has launched a new Digital Guide? Part of Bloomberg Connects, the guide takes you behind the scenes with the ICA’s art, artists, and curators – PLUS gives you digital access to more than 40 other museums and cultural spaces around the world, all with one free download. Find it at the App Store or Google Play.
Hear from the artist
Virgil Abloh on rejecting categories, Arthur Jafa on the Black gaze, Firelei Báez on mining Caribbean culture, Stephen Hamilton on how working with indigo connects him to his roots – the ICA Digital Guide gives you a chance to hear intimate reflections from the artists whose work we present.
Hear from the curators
We can attest that walking through an exhibition with a curator takes the experience to a whole different level. Hear from Eva Respini, the ICA’s Barbara Lee Chief Curator, on the process and embedded symbolism of Firelei Báez’s stunning take on Haiti’s Sans-Souci palace, on view at the ICA Watershed through September 6.
Get creative with the kids
Explore the ICA Watershed in a fun and creative “Exploratour” by local artists The Gottabees, or find hands-on activities to try at home.
Prepare for your visit – or delve in after
Download the Digital Guide before your visit to get a preview of what’s on view – and for tips on dining near the ICA and ICA Watershed, and accessibility. Or, tune in after your visit to learn more about what you saw.
Travel the world
With more than 40 museums and cultural centers on the app – and only one download required – it’s easy to culture-hop all around the world. Get to know upcoming ICA artist Deana Lawson at the Guggenheim, learn about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre with the Greenwood Art Project, or head over to London’s Design Museum, Serpentine Gallery, or Wallace Collection.