Boston Sculptors at 30! JULY 5th - AUGUST 21st Highfield Hall hosts the Boston Sculptors Gallery this summer as they celebrate their 30th anniversary. Over 40 artists are creating site specific sculpture designed to punctuate the grounds, gardens, and public spaces inside the house. The exhibit will be in two parts, an outdoor installation will be on view from July 5th through October 30th with approximately twenty large works. The galleries inside the house will display more than twenty works from July 12 – August 21. Founded in 1992 by 18 artists and originally located in Newton, MA, [...]
June 30th - September 30th
Returning to Highfield Hall & Gardens for summer 2020 – “Lessons from the Fairies” allows us to imagine what nature spirits can teach us about our lives, and the positive impact we can have on the earth.
Understory: Juried Exhibition of the Guild of American Papercutters APRIL 19th - JULY 10th Turning Cut Paper into Art Understory refers to the rich variety of life and activity found near and on the forest floor, where little sun penetrates. A juried selection of cut paper artwork by Guild of American Papercutters (GAP) members, explores the literal and figurative understory, as well as hidden, underground, or underwater ecosystems of any kind. The Guild of American Papercutters is a membership-based community that promotes awareness about, preserves the heritage of, and advances the art of papercutting. We invite you to visit and [...]
Collectors Collecting Collections FEBRUARY 9th - OCTOBER 30th Highfield opens the exciting new Winter 2022 season with an expertly curated one-of-a-kind exhibition exploring the time-honored tradition of collecting. What one collects, why, and how one collects, will be explored throughout 2022 in the curated series of four installations titled, Collectors Collecting Collections. Whether an artistic, scientific, eccentric, or sentimental pursuit, collecting has been a passion for centuries, and understanding why people collect has been a topic of interest for many of those years. The exhibition series was inspired by information gleaned from the Beebe Family Archive stored by the [...]