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Five things to do around Boston, Feb. 4-10

Take in a sci-fi film festival, celebrate Black History Month, head to a Rockport Music community concert, and more.

Wilhelm Wagenfeld, Coffee and Tea Service: 5-piece set, 1924-25, is part of the Bauhaus and Harvard exhibit that opens Friday.
Wilhelm Wagenfeld, Coffee and Tea Service: 5-piece set, 1924-25, is part of the Bauhaus and Harvard exhibit that opens Friday. (Harvard Art Museums; © President and Fellows of Harvard College)

Monday

Hockey and History

A Boston tradition since 1952, the Beanpot Tournament had a twist ending in 2018, when the Northeastern men’s hockey team won for the first time in 30 years. The defending champions face Boston University at 8 p.m. after Boston College takes on Harvard at 5 at the TD Garden. Winners advance to the February 11 championship game. From $34.50. tdgarden.com

Tuesday

Where the Art Is

A first-of-its-kind Black History Month event at the Boston Center for the Arts, #HellaBlack Mixtape Vol. 1 unites Boston-based artists in a wide range of fields, including music, dance, poetry, and storytelling. A pop-up shop featuring artist-entrepreneur Zainab Sumu’s Primitive Modern fashion creations complements the performances. 6 p.m. $20. bcaonline.org

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Thursday

Cape (Ann) Crusaders

Shake off the winter doldrums with a free Rockport Music community concert by the award-winning Tesla Quartet. The Juilliard-trained musicians — who released their debut album in September, 10 years after the ensemble assembled — present Papa Haydn Started It All: The String Quartet Then and Now at the Shalin Liu Performance Center at 7 p.m. Free. rockportmusic.org

Starting Friday

Genre Gems

More than 90 selections fill the schedule of the 44th Annual Boston SciFi Film Festival, which features appearances by Sam Jones (Flash Gordon) and Sean Young (Blade Runner). The festival closes with a 24-hour movie marathon starting February 17 at noon. At the Somerville Theatre through February 18. $14.25/screening, marathon $90, festival pass $175. bostonscifi.com

Opening Friday

The Look and the Legacy

Centennial celebrations of the Bauhaus are happening around the world and are especially significant in Massachusetts, where founder Walter Gropius moved after leaving Nazi Germany in 1937. The Bauhaus and Harvard draws on the Harvard Art Museums’ vast collections to help put the influential movement in context. $15; students and kids under 18 free. Through July 18. harvardartmuseums.org


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