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Ralph Rego and Jorge Jimenez, students at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, are not regular museum-goers, but were attracted to the overnight event after hearing about it from their friends and seeing the event on social media.

“We go [to the museum] once in awhile,” Rego said. “But we saw on Facebook that 2,000 people were going to this.”

Friday’s Overnight also included a political component days before the presidential election. In an auditorium just steps away from the party, the Boston Globe hosted interviews with former Secretary of State Madeline Albright and former Mitt Romney aide and Republican political consultant Eric Fehrnstrom. James Pindell, political reporter at the Boston Globe, conducted the two interviews, billed as “A Double Session with The Boston Globe.”

Pindell questioned Albright, who has endorsed Hillary Clinton, on a number of issues relating to gender in politics. Albright bounced from anecdote to anecdote, engaging the young audience by recounting stories of volunteering for Adlai Stevenson in Boston Common when she was a sophomore at Wellesley College in 1956.

Despite the enthusiastic response, the MFA has not planned any late night programming following the conclusion of #mfaNOW in December, Hoskins said.

“What were going to do is take some time and think about the overnights and how it will impact future programming,” she said.

The final overnight at the MFA will run from 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9 until 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 10.

Photo by Lauren Scornavacca