Go beyond the printed page with LiterArti, our new discussion group for devoted readers and art lovers. Share your thoughts on our selected read (books, short stories, and graphic novels related to art of all styles, types, and periods) at the Happy Dog, then come to the museum and explore real-life art straight out of the story.

Our selection for May is The Salon, a graphic novel by Nick Bertozzi. In Paris 1907, Gertrude Stein and her brother Leo fear for their lives when a killer starts targeting avant-garde painters. With the help of Georges Braque, Pablo Picasso, and other artists, the Steins set out to put a stop to the ghastly murders.

No registration required, drop-ins welcome! Suggested donation $5. Copies of The Salon are available for purchase in the museum store and at Visible Voice Books in Tremont.

Thursday, May 29, 7:00–8:00 PM
Dig into the book with a spirited discussion at the Underdog (below Happy Dog).

Saturday, May 31, 2:00–3:00 PM
Explore Picasso, Braque, and their contemporaries in the galleries. Meet at the information desk in the museum atrium.