Allison Maria Rodriguez, all that moves, 2021. Video still from video installation. Courtesy of the artist.

BCA goes to deCordova!

A Trip to the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
Guided by Artist Allison Maria Rodriguez

Sunday, June 12th, 2022 | LIMITED CAPACITY

Portrait of Allison Maria Rodriguez, courtesy of the artist.

Join Boston Center for the Arts members and artists for a trip to the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, to see the works of Allison Maria Rodriguez and other contemporary New England artists in the New England Triennial. Allison will be giving a personalized talk about her work on view at the deCordova as part of the trip. There will be a picnic lunch, and of course, time for self-guided exploration of the park and museum.

Transportation will be provided by Boston Center for the Arts. A chartered bus will leave from BCA at 10AM, but seats are *VERY LIMITED — RSVP ASAP for bus seats!

*All RSVPs are required by May 31st.


Allison Maria Rodriguez, all that moves, 2021. Video still from video installation. Courtesy of the artist.


Installation view, “New England Triennial” at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. On View Through September 11, 2022 Image Courtesy: Julia Featheringill


The Details

The drive is about 45-60 minutes long.  You do not have to take the bus with BCA. You may drive yourself, and meet us at the deCordova Sculpture Park + Museum by 11AM for the guided tours! Further logistics will be sent out to those who RSVP. 



10AM: Depart from BCA on bus

11AM: Arrive and guided tours begin

12PM: Lunch

1PM – 2:30PM: Self-guided exploration 

2:30PM: Board the bus back to Boston

3:30PM: Bus arrives back at BCA


Who is Allison Maria Rodriquez? 

Allison Maria Rodriguez, a local interdisciplinary artist who works predominantly in video installation, is a longtime friend to BCA as an exhibitor, studio resident, and currently, serves on BCA’s Membership Advisory Council


Details on the self-guided exploration?

The deCordova has 30 acres of beautifully landscaped lawns, forests, fields, gardens, and terraces on a rolling site along the shore of Flint’s Pond, and at any given time, approximately 60 sculptures are on display in the Sculpture Park. The deCordova also has a museum with a permanent collection and rotating exhibitions. BCA guests will have the time to enjoy the spaces at their own pace and leisure! 


Did someone say beautiful scenic picnic lunch?

While lunch is not provided by BCA, the deCordova’s Twisted Tree Cafe is open or attendees can bring their own lunch. We will gather for a summer picnic together by the park. 


What are the costs?

Tickets are $15 per person, and if you would like to take the bus with BCA, tickets are $30 per person. You can get your tickets directly here


Donate a seat! 

Can’t make it, but still want to support? Donating your seat helps BCA continue to provide access to arts both on and away from our campus. You can simply purchase a ticket and forward the email with your ticket and confirmation to, stating your intention to donate. 


What if it rains?

We will be making the trip rain or shine! We will revisit in case of severe weather, including hurricane, tornado, earthquake, volcanic activity. Otherwise, please dress for the weather to maximize enjoyment, whether it’s hot and sunny, or if we’ve got a cloud cover and showers! The deCordova also has the indoor museum for cover and enjoyment in case of heavier downpours.