Utile Field Trip to the Gardner Museum

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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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