Thursday, October 25, 2012

FALL - Fabulous!

This Fall get out of the studio, out of the house, and out of the office to get inspired.  Check out these upcoming exhibits and events.  FALL in love with art.

TODAY (10.25)
Something Along Those Lines
School of the Musuem of Fine Arts
230 Fenway, Boston
Group exhibit featuring:  Adel Abdessemed, Carlos Cruz-Diez, and Felix Gonzales-Torres, among others. 
Today and tomorrow (10.26) Katrina Chamberlin presents Mnemonic, a performance work.
All day

TOMORROW (10.26)
Agents of Change: Art as Activism
Guerilla Girls Keynote
Montserrat college of art
23 Essex Street
$10 Students, $20 General

THIS WEEKEND (10.27 – 10.28)
The Sound of Singing Through Dust
An installation of hand-made slides and film loops by Luther Price
10 Channel Center St., Boston, MA 02210
Saturday and Sunday 2-5 pm

SATURDAY (10.27)
Big Red Forum: Community
Big Red & Shiny will host a spirited conversation on art & community.
Moderated by Danforth Museum director Katherine French, with panelists Jenny Gibbs, Louisa McCall, & Richard Graf.
Bartos Theater
20 Ames St - MIT
5-6:30 pm

SATURDAY (10.27)
Flesh and Bone
On view -  Maxwell Lee, Jason Mager, Katherine Paeth, Adrien Rodriguez, Alvan Long
Blanc Gallery 
110 Brookline Street - Cambridge
6-8 pm
Costumes required

Everything That Creeps
A Special Halloween Exhibition Featuring Illustrative Paintings and Sculpture by Patt Kelley, 100 Theatrical Masks by Behind the Mask, Ink-drips by Walter Sickert, Strange Dolls by Beth Robinson, Creepy Art Dolls by Nicole Johnson, Paintings by Amanda Clarke, Heather Rose, and more macabre, morbid, and mutant… Also featuring select original “B” Movie Horror Film Posters
Lincoln Arts Project,
289 Moody St.

FPAC Annual Group Show
More than 75 local artists exhibit work
FPAC Gallery
300 Summer Street
Monday – Friday
9 am-4 pm

FRIDAY (11.2)
New Media  | Fresh Paint II
DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is pleased to honor its Corporate Members and Lending Artists at the annual Corporate Night Reception, held this year at the New Art Center. Corporate Members and Lending Artists are also invited to celebrate the opening reception of New Media | Fresh Paint II, a juried exhibition of new work by Lending Artists on view in the Main Gallery at the New Art Center. - Featuring:Laraine Armenti, Joey Asal, Julie Baer, Carol Baum, Sandy Berbeco, Resa Blatman, Steven Bogart, Maddy Bragar, Amy Brnger, Selma Bromberg, Robin Cheung, Deb Davidson, Beatrice Dauge, Bob daVies, Eva Hidvegi Demjen, Steven Duede, Sean Flood, Keith Francis, Katherine Gulla, Gints Grinbergs, JB Jones, Dinora Justice, Sand T Kalloch, Richard Kattman, Marjorie Kaye, Jan Lhormer, Lara Loutrel, Bea Modisett, Robert Morgan, Kenji Nakayama, Dean Nimmer, Maureen O’Connor, Adam O’Day, Iris Osterman, Destiny Palmer, Rachel Paxton, Deb Randall, Susan Richards, Beverly Rippel, Sally Russell, Lois Tarlow, Stephanie Terelak, Christine Vaillancourt, Julie Vinette, Ellen Wineberg, Antoinette Winters, Erin Woodbrey, Dana Woulfe
New Art Center
Washington Park – Newton
6-9 pm

FRIDAY (11.2)
Lot F Gallery Presents
Featuring work from: Mike Hammecker, Adam O'Day, Elizabeth Kirby Sullivan, & Dave Tree
145 Pearl Street #4
7-11 pm

SATURDAY & SUNDAY (11.3 - 11.4)
South Boston Open Studios
Group show in the main gallery featuring residents of the Distillery
Noon - 6pm

Fort Point Fall Public Art
BUCKYS ON THE CHANNEL by Carol Bugarin and DANCE SPOT by Elisa H. Hamilton

Kate Gilbert 
35 Channel Center Street

SUNDAY (12.9)
Glovebox fundraiser for the arts
Featuring music by Kristin Cifelli, Ederson, and the Chaparrals.  Bid on local art by Jodie Baehre, Ari Hauben, Janelle Roscoe, Jody Morlock, and more!  Raffle tickets to win a Scooter from Scooters Go Green are $20. All proceeds support Glovebox, a 501 c3 non-profit arts organization.
4-8 pm
$20 at the door (admission includes 3 performances and free grub)

THURSDAY (12.13)
Featuring work from: Josh Falk, Sean Flood, Adam O'Day, Felipe Ortiz, & Percy Fortini-Wright
Scollay Square Gallery
City Hall – Boston, 3rd Floor
4-5:30 pm

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