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Courtesy of The Museum of Fine Arts

The commemorative head of a defeated neighboring leader, from the Edo peoples of the Benin Kingdom, Nigeria. Made of copper alloy and iron, from the late 15th-early 16th century, it is on display in the Benin Kingdom Gallery of the MFA.

Courtesy of MIT SLAB

From left to right, Elizabeth L. Resor ’13 and Alexis B. Howland ’13 ran red tape through campus to the Wolk Gallery for the opening of Sidewalk City last week. The exhibit explores Vietnamese sidewalk life and street vending through a map.

Rachel E. Aviles—The Tech

A restaurant worker in Kendall Square plays one of the street pianos that is a part of the internationally touring art project “Play Me, I’m Yours” by Luke Jerram. Street pianos can now be found in public spaces all over the Boston area.

MELISSA RENÉE SCHUMACHER—The Tech

The Berklee P-Funk Ensemble performs during the Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival.

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Julia Holter, who just released her third album, Loud City Song.

Courtesy of The Boston Lyric Opera

So Young Park, who will be singing the role of the Queen of the Night in the Boston Lyric Opera’s upcoming production of The Magic Flute.

MELISSA RENÉE SCHUMACHER—The Tech

Children and adults played with musical instruments at the Instrument Petting Zoo during the Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival held in Boston this past Saturday.

Evgenia Eliseeva

A scene from All the Way, an A.R.T production about Lyndon B. Johnson’s first year as President of the United States.

Tami Forrester—The Tech

The Lobby 7 dome is going to receive enhancements and repairs, and has been cordoned off for pedestrian safety during construction activities. The work will include replacing the existing glass block and adding a new secondary skylight, similar to what was done to the Building 10 dome exterior last semester.