Utile Field Trip to the Gardner Museum


Utile made an office field trip to the Gardner Museum today to see the new wing, currently under construction–and opening January 2012! On the way, we made a pit stop at Tenshin-en, an outdoor Japanese garden on the backside of the MFA (free and open to the public). A fitting stop because the garden is named after the first Japanese curator at the MFA–and a confidante of Isabella Stewart Gardner.

Many thanks to Lieza Dagher and Jim Labeck for the tour of the Gardner!

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