MFA art instructors will lead UNIQLO visitors in an activity inspired by Hanakotoba. Attendees will have the opportunity to create a Hanakotoba flower printmaking using patterns from the MFA collection. Come join us!
Newbury Street event date: 7/20 @ 1pm - 4pm
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), and global apparel retailer UNIQLO will be hosting a series of monthly art-making activities at UNIQLO’s Newbury Street locations in Boston. This collaboration builds upon a 10-year partnership between the Museum and UNIQLO—a longtime supporter of arts and culture—that was established in 2017.
More about UNIQLO and the MFA
UNIQLO became part of the Boston community in fall 2015 at historic Faneuil Hall, with five additional store openings that followed, including a location on Newbury Street. Since the launch of the MFA’s partnership with UNIQLO in the fall of 2017, educators from the Museum have hosted a range of art-making activities that are free and open to the public at the company’s stores throughout Massachusetts. This new series from April through October will consist of two sessions each month at UNIQLO locations with a different theme and activity that celebrates Japanese art and culture.