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De Cordova Museum & Sculpture Park
51 Sandy Pond Rd
Phone: 617-259-8355 -
Statement of Purpose:
A public museum of art to educate its diverse constituents of the
Greater Boston and New England areas regarding modern contemporary
American art. Focusing primarily on art of the New England area.
Opened in 1950, the DeCordova Museum presents exhibitions of
American modern and contemporary art with a particular focus upon the
works of living New England artists.
DeCordova's Museum School of Art provides the largest non-degree
granting studio art program in Massachusetts.
DeCordova's 35 acre Sculpture Park is free to the public and
features more than 40 outdoor works.
During the summer, DeCordova features various
summer concerts, including the popular Jazz at DeCordova series, which
is produced in conjunction with the Bank of Boston Celebrity Series.
DeCordova features the largest Permanent Collection of New England
contemporary art in the region. The Museum recently initiated a $2
million campaign to create an arts acquisition fund dedicated for the
purchase of regional contemporary art.
Tu-F: 10-5; SS: 12-5.
Through October 22: $6 per person
DeCordova's bucolic setting is only a short drive from downtown Boston.
Take Route 128/I95 to exit 28 (Trapelo Road/Lincoln). Drive
approximately 3 miles to Lincoln Center, the intersection of five local
roads. Sandy Pond Road is straight ahead. The
DeCordova is 500 yards on your right. Parking is free.
The front lawns near the entrance of the Sculpture Park contain some of
the DeCordova's most popular works.
- Rachel Rosenfield Lafo, Senior Curator;
- Nick Capasso, Associate Curator.
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