Portrait of Life: Children’s Lives in Art is one of the more inspiring exhibitions to come to the Museum of Fine Arts every year. Now in its sixth year, the children of Boston join in on a collaborative project with other kids in Nagoya, Japan to bring the one-of-a-kind exhibition.
In Boston, children were inspired by the MFA’s animal images and in Nagoya, students explored the idea of whom and what they think is beautiful. Nearly 700 students participated in this year’s exchange that is enlightening for both children and adults. Make sure to catch this exhibit before it ends on Martin Luther King Day.