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Thursday, January 30, 2014


Our second collaborative printmaking pop-up exhibition with Maud Morgan Arts

This process show displays work from the 15 artists involved in our Creative Collaboration with Maud Morgan Arts!

Light refreshments will be served.

Free and open to the public.

February 1, 2014

Kathryn Schultz Gallery
25 Lowell Street
Cambridge MA 02138


Orlando Cela, flute
plays Sciarrino and more

Bats from Pogo
Jenifer Gelineau, violin
Andrea Pensado, voice, laptop
I'd M Thfft Able, voice/table of acoustic delight
Walter Wright, electronics

Doug Van Nort, electronics

Duo Tyto
Thadd Comstock, microtonal acoustic guitar
Matt Samolis, flute
Saturday, Feb 8, 2014

Third Life Studios
33 Union Square
Somerville, MA
(Almost at the heart of Union Square, on the segment of
Somerville Ave. coming into Union Square from Porter Square)

For directions and parking:

Doors open at 7:45. Music at around 8:00 p.m.
$8 admission
Opensound is a Greater Boston concert series featuring improvisers and interpreters of avant-garde, experimental, acoustic, and electro- acoustic music. We program monthly concerts featuring local and touring musicians, sound artists, and the un-categorize-able. Hailing from disparate backgrounds, styles, and genres, our musicians, dancers, video and performance artists, form a vibrant community that presents unique events in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Some Bios

Flutist, conductor, teacher, and arranger Orlando Cela embraces all aspects of music. From Vivaldi's Double Concerto with Paula Robison to Indian classical music with Samir Chatterjee, Orlando is an accomplished musician in a wide variety of styles and settings. He performs regularly with the I/O New Music Ensemble, Music at Eden's Edge, Duo SopraVoce (with violinist Annegret Klaua), and as a solo performer, collaborating with musicians such as pianists Aaron Jackson, Yukiko Shimazaki, Sivan Etedgee, harpist Barbara Poeschl-Edrich, and many more. He has premiered many works by composers such as Anthony De Ritis, Maxwell Dulaney, Zhu Shu Jia, and Benoit Granier, to name a few. He has performed in many parts of the USA and abroad in the Czech Republic, Austria, China, Hungary, Spain, and Great Britain.

Thadd Comstock plays a custom 25 fret, 7 string acoustic microtonal guitar. The frets are evenly spaced, so the intervals grow larger as you go up the neck.

Jenifer Gelineau is a violinist from Holyoke MA.

Andrea Pensado began playing piano as a girl, with private instruction. She obtained her BA in Music Education from the University of La Plata in 1987. Immediately following, she moved to Poland where she continued her studies at the Krakow Academy of Music. Pensado graduated in Composition with honors in 1995. In 2002, Pensado moved to the USA where she has performed solo and with many others. She uses MaxMSP as her main programming tool. The approach to programming and performance is highly intuitive. Occasionally, the combination of the performance situation, the often abrasive sounds, the irrational use of the voice and the inherent uncertainty of improvisations contributes to discoveries of unknown places in her mind.

Matt Samolis is a composer, flutist and improvisre in Boston MA. He curates the Advent Library Concert Series and for years has performed in the Metal and Glass ensemble.

I'd M Thfft Able makes music with found objects and his voice. He has a beard and lives in Portland Maine.

Doug Van Nort is a sonic experimentalist who explores the complex and embodied nature of listening, immersive experiences and the radical sculpting of sonic materials in dialogue with his acoustic environment. he often performs solo as well as with a wide array of artists, from free improvisation and electroacoustics to dance and performance art. Ongoing collaborations include Triple Point with Pauline Oliveros and Jonas Braasch, a duo with If, Bwana, and working as a member of the Composers Inside Electronics, while his music appears on several labels including Deep Listening, Pogus and Zeromoon.

Walter Wright is an artist working in video, computer imaging, sound and painting. He runs the 119 Gallery in Lowell MA.

I'd M Thfft Able makes music with found objects and his voice. He has a beard and lives in Portland Maine.

Upcoming Concerts

Saturday, March 22, 2014: Katt Hernandez, Violin | The Schematics | Vic Rawlings | Matt Samolis | Concert in collaboration with Non-Event

Saturday, April 12, 2014: Ben Hersey, more TBA | curated by Arkm Foam

Sunday, May 29, 2014: A very special season finale. Stay tuned!

Wednesday, January 29, 2014


Kingston Gallery in Boston has an opening for membership.
Deadline to apply is February 19th, 2014.

Since its inception more than thirty years ago, Kingston Gallery has empowered its artist-members through opportunities to exhibit work, join a community of fellow artists, and participate directly in the gallery's operation.

In addition to a solo show every two to three years in the Main gallery and a solo show in the Members’ gallery in alternate years, members have the opportunity to participate in at least one group show every year.

Membership responsibilities include attendance at monthly meetings, staffing the gallery once or twice per month, helping with the ongoing running of the gallery and $110 per month dues. (A one-time commitment fee of $200 is payable upon acceptance as a member.)

Kingston periodically has openings for new members, and we welcome artists living and working in Greater Boston to apply for membership. Membership is quite competitive, with new artist-members being selected by a majority vote. Images of applicants’ work are reviewed and voted on at the gallery’s monthly meetings by all members.

To apply, please submit the following:

10 jpg images on CD Mac compatible, numbered to correspond with:
Image index with number, title, media, dimension, year of each work
Artist’s statement
Self-addressed, stamped envelope for return of materials if desired
Send it to:

Kingston Gallery
450 Harrison Avenue, #43
Boston, MA 02118
Attn: Director

Or download a membership application form and general instructions.

Monday, January 27, 2014


Location: Somerville, MA

Background: Artisan’s Asylum seeks an INTERIM GENERAL MANAGER to manage the organization during the search for a permanent Executive Director. The expected duration of the position is approximately nine months. We envision a short period of assessment of the organization followed by the implementation of effective policies and systems to address the complex business and community needs of Artisan’s Asylum into the future.

Artisan’s Asylum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community craft studio located at 10 Tyler Street, in Somerville, Massachusetts. Our mission is to support and promote the teaching, learning and practicing of craft of all varieties. The organization leads affordable, publicly-accessible classes, hosts 250 monthly members, and provides 120+ studios, and storage units for crafts people. Our fully equipped and professionally maintained manufacturing facility includes capabilities for precision metal machining, electrical fabrication, welding, woodworking, sewing & fiber arts, robotics, bicycle building and repair, lampworking, jewelry, computer-aided design, and screenprinting.

- Deep commitment to the Artisan’s Asylum mission and program objectives.
- At least 10 years experience in a leadership role, ideally in a non-profit organization
- Proven skills in leading and managing staff
- Proven experience in financial management, to include oversight of large, complex budgets and large numbers of customer accounts
- Experience working in a dynamic, diverse community setting
- Experience working with volunteers and in a community-based setting.
- Exceptional communication skills
- A commitment to work as a team and to be a part of a community
- Skills with technology, art, craft, engineering, science, design, and other maker themes preferred
- Degree from a four-year college, with training in non-profit administration, business administration, or organizational development preferred.


Implementation of Board Goals
- Perform initial assessment of the policies and systems of the organization to inform development and implementation of robust policies and effective systems that meet the organization’s complex business and community needs.
- Communicate information and work skillfully with the Board, so that both staff and Board members can maximize their contributions to the Artisan’s Asylum.
- With Board, staff and member input, develop a 12-18 month plan for the Artisan’s Asylum.
- Using the organizational assessment as a guide, with direction from the Board, complete projects that prepare the organization for the installation of a permanent Executive Director.
- Respond to member and community concerns promptly.
- Assist in the search and hiring of permanent Executive Director of the organization.

Programming and Vision
- Ensure the ongoing growth and success of the Artisan’s Asylum while keeping the organization’s work consistent with its mission, values, and strategic plan, and relevant to the needs of the community.
- Communicate a compelling and integrated vision to the Artisan’s Asylum staff, volunteers, members, supporters, and community stakeholders.
- Communicate regularly and clearly with the members of Artisan’s Asylum to ensure broad community support for the actions of the organization.

Fundraising and Development
- Support Board and volunteer involvement in fundraising. Coordinate development consultants as appropriate.

- Oversee the financial management of the organization including: purchasing of equipment and materials, record keeping and financial report preparation, budget development and oversight including detailed cash flow projections, and supervision of staff, volunteers, interns and/or consultants.
- Ensure the integrity and accountability of the financial operations of the Artisan’s Asylum.
- Support the Artisan’s Asylum Board of Directors in fulfilling their legal and fiduciary responsibilities as stewards of the organization. Provide regular, timely internal financial statements to the Board and bring significant deviations from the budget to the Board’s attention with recommendations for action and discussion.
- In conjunction with the Board of Directors, prepare a balanced annual operating budget for FY15.
- Oversee execution of IRS 990 and Form PC for FY13 and FY14.
- Plan for adequate cash flow to cover operational needs.
- Ensure compliance with all Federal and State reporting requirements.

- Oversee the maintenance and operation of the Artisan’s Asylum facility and equipment.
- Ensure efficient and safe utilization of the diverse facilities of the Artisan’s Asylum, which include studios, equipment areas, and offices.

Staff and Volunteer Management
- Plan, organize and deliver the most economic utilization of human and financial resources.
- Manage and motivate high performing staff with an open, approachable leadership style.
- Oversee IT contractors and services as required.
- Ensure that staff receive the support and resources necessary to optimize performance.
- Ensure that volunteers are recruited, trained and supervised.


Email a cover letter and resume to Start date is anticipated for early February. Review of applications begins February 1. Resumes and cover letters will be accepted until the position is filled.


New Exhibition at the Brickbottom Gallery, 1 Fitchburg Street, Somerville,,

Muskat Studios:

The First 20, January 26 - March 8, 2014, Reception Sunday, January 26, 4-6pm

In the main gallery is a survey of the collaborative prints, editions, and artists' books created at Muskat Studios over the last 20 years. In the small room is a selection of Muskat's own artwork.

Gallery Talk:

Collaboration: Multiple Approaches to Printmaking, Tuesday, January 28, 7:30pm.
Carolyn Muskat, Candy Nartonis, Ken Beck.

Gallery Hours: Thursday - Saturday, noon-5pm

Thursday, January 23, 2014



SCATV is excited to host a youth media program with undergraduate students from Harvard College. We are looking for enthusiastic high school students (grades 9-12) for the 10-week program that aims to empower Boston area youth through the exploration of filmmaking.

The weekly classes will cover both technical and creative aspects of video production, culminating in the creation of your very own film! Each student will be paired with an undergraduate mentor, who will help navigate the pre- and post-production process.

This program is FREE and will take place at Somerville Community Access Television, 90 Union Square, Somerville, MA 02143

Meets on Thursdays after school from 4-6pm during Winter/Spring 2014.
For more information on joining, please email


This is East - Community Placemaking Project

Starting this month the two-year, "This is East," East Somerville Placemaking project is off and running. The project’s goal is to create a strong sense of place and further transform the East Somerville neighborhood into an important cultural destination in Somerville and Greater Boston.

Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, “This is East” will celebrate who and what make East Somerville unique. This will be accomplished by capturing and sharing the stories and viewpoints of East Somerville residents, artisans and business owners. These will be shared in events, workshops and through public art (coming soon is our call for producers and artisans for our This is East Cultural Block Parties!)

One component of the project is to collect video stories.

We seek to find 10 voices that collectively tell the rich story of East Somerville. So, we are asking you to nominate people or nominate yourself. Keep in mind that we seek a broad range of folks -different ages, ethnicity and occupations.

These stories will create a valuable foundation for all components of this important community project. If you submit, thank you for your contribution.


Send an email to with “East Somerville’s Story” as the
header, provide the following info:

1. Name of the person you are nominating
2. Any contact information you have to reach them.

2. Your name, e-mail, and phone (if different from the person you are nominating).

3. A few sentences or a paragraph of why you think your / this person’s story will contribute to the mosaic of stories being put together to tell East Somerville’s broader story.

Deadline: February 12th

The “This is East” project is a collaboration of East Somerville Main Streets, the Somerville Arts Council, Somerville Community Corporation, Mudflat Studio, Somerville Community Access Television and other East Somerville Community Partners.

The project is funded with support from the National Endowment for the Arts’ Our Town Program.


Carrie Dancy
Executive Director
East Somerville Main Streets
114 Broadway - Suite 112
Somerville, MA 02145
617.623.3869 -

East Somerville Main Streets' mission is to improve the life of our community by building investment, connection and pride in our main street. Join us today, become a supporter!

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

SOMERVILLE PERFORMANCE OF" TOP GIRLS" - January 23 - February 1, 2014

Theatre@First presents

written by Caryl Churchill
directed by Liz Adams

Davis Square Theatre
255 Elm St, Somerville
Wheelchair accessible

$20 for adults
$15 for students/seniors
Credit cards now accepted at the door


Thursday - January 23 - 7pm
Friday - January 24 - 7pm
Saturday - January 25 - 4pm MATINEE
Wednesday - January 29 - 7pm
Thursday - January 30 - 7pm
Friday - January 31 - 7pm
Saturday - February 1 - 4pm MATINEE

Theatre@First is proud to honor playwright Caryl Churchill’s 75th birthday year with her most famous, ground-breaking work. As relevant today as when it was written in 1982, Top Girls celebrates the choices required to reach the top. Featuring the famous dinner-party scene with extraordinary women of history and legend, this acute and funny script ranges from the 9th century to modern office politics.. With acerbic dialogue and stiletto-sharp characters, Top Girls will take you for a dizzying ride!

Foundry and Saloon patrons receive $5 off regular ticket prices at the door!
T@F patrons receive 10% off food at Foundry and Saloon!

For more information, reservations and tickets, visit!

Saturday, January 18, 2014


Unbound Visual Arts presents:

"Why Can't It Last Forever? 25 paintings by Pauline Lim"

Now until the end of February. For details on the free public reception:


Pauline Lim
Brickbottom Artists Building
One Fitchburg St. C414
Somerville, MA 02143-2128
(617) 623-8842

Check out my art and music website:
"Be regular and orderly in your life like a bourgeois, so that you may be violent and original in your work." --Gustave Flaubert

Tuesday, January 14, 2014


Did you know SCATV has made a NEW news show for YOU? Well....we did! Take a gander :)

Tuesday at 7pm on Channel 3 or online at

Tonight's episode of Somerville Neighborhood News will the Inauguration of the mayor, aldermen and school committee, homework at the high school, raising the first American flag, a program that promises good, local jobs during the Green Line Extension, homelessness and a visit to the Mystic. These stories and more... Somerville Neighborhood News is produced by the volunteers, interns and staff of SCATV. Subtitles in 44 languages available here and at

One strong community voice. One great community news program. Brought to you by Somerville Community Access Television.


Time Colors
Painting Exhibition
Artist/Poet Bridget Galway

February 1st-28th
Somerville Library
79 Highland Ave
Somerville Ma.

Opening Reception
February 8th 12:30-2:30pm
Poetry Reading



Bridget Galway
Harris Gardner
Dennis Daley
Alice Weiss
Chris Warner
Heather Cambell
Davis Miller
Debra Wiess
Rosie Rosenzweig
Molly Watt
Ruth Smullin
Joe Cohen
Tomas O’Leary

Sunday, January 12, 2014


Happy New Year Everyone!

$10 Discount for the January 25th Show
at The Regent Theatre in Arlington- "Making Comic Sense"
Use "Tingle" for discount code. (Click here for tickets)
Feel free to pass discount code onto Family & Friends as well

Fund Raisers & Private Parties
We had Great Success with Raising Spirits, Funds & Awareness for many non-profits and private groups in 2013 and hope to continue these win/win partnerships into 2014
We can offer one stop shopping with any combination of Comedy performance, MC duties, Auctioneering and/or Ticketing Services to help make your next event a most memorable and cost effective one.
Please consider us for your next event and we will do our best to keep it Clean, Funny & Affordable.

MLK Weekend, January 19th.
Very proud to share the stage with Civil Rights Legends Bob Moses and Angela Davis & more on behalf of Math Literacy and the Young People's Project (YPP). The event will be a lot of fun with music, dance, inspiring words and humor as part of a fundraiser for YPP. It is being held at City Year in Boston.

Please enjoy some comedic observations on the New Pope.
He's following me on Twitter! As a Catholic, that's a lot of pressure!

Friday, January 10, 2014


Attention Somerville artists (and those with a studio in Somerville):

Somerville Open Studios registration closes in three weeks!

Somerville Open Studios is a yearly event for all Somerville visual artists. The event is free and open to the public, and we promote it to the Boston area and beyond. SOS membership also includes various events geared towards fostering the artistic community and helping artists connect and build their practice.

Visit our website at for more info and to sign up!

Registration is open now through January 31st, 2014.

No late registrations will be accepted—don’t put it off!

Somerville Open Studios is the weekend of May 2-4, 2014

If you need help signing up, stop by one of our registration events where you can come grab a coffee with us and we'll walk you through registration in person:

This Sunday, January 12, 5-7pm

Bloc 11 Cafe, 11 Bow Street, Union Square

Next Thursday, January 16, 7-9pm

Diesel Cafe, 257 Elm Street, Davis Square

We're also offering a talk for artists geared towards people who are on the fence about Open Studios:

Next Wednesday, January 15, 7-9 pm

A talk by SOS marketing advisor Jesa Damora: Why Participate in SOS?

(with guest speakers Resa Blatman, Ellie Laramee-Byers, Stan Eichner, and Skunk)

followed by in-person registration

Brickbottom Gallery - One Fitchburg Street, Somerville MA

Thank you to all the artists that have already signed up—please pass this email and/or flyer on to your friends!

- Emily Garfield, SOS Coordinator 2014


The Cambridge Arts Council is thirlled to announce the 2014 grant awards, with a total of $50,000 in grants to 34 Cambridge-based individuals and organizations! Funding goes towards a wide variety of creative and innovative projects and initiatives that are of outstanding artistic quality and demonstrate a strong community benefit.

Announcing the awards Jason Weeks, Cambridge Arts Executive Director, noted, “The City of Cambridge makes a critical investment in local artists and the arts and cultural life of the city through the annual Cambridge Arts Grant Program. The arts fill the city with vibrancy and have a positive impact on the character of the neighborhoods, the strength of our business districts and the overall well-being of all those who live, work or visit Cambridge.”

Artists receive grants through a rigorous selection process. A volunteer panel of Cambridge residents and arts professionals with expertise in the arts reviewed all 2014 applications, ensuring that the voice of the community is well integrated into the decision-making process. Applications were submitted in seven discipline areas: Music, Dance, Theater, Literature, Visual Art, Film/ Video & Multidisciplinary and final decisions were based on the quality of the projects and their benefit to citizens and visitors of Cambridge. Funding for the grant program is provided by the City of Cambridge and the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

Click here to view a full list of funded projects.

For inquiries regarding the fundined projects please contact the Grant Recipients directly.

For more information on the Cambridge Arts Grant Program or to apply for a Cambridge Arts Grant for 2015, please visit or call 617-349-4380. Applications for the 2015 Grant cycle will be available in August 2014. The Cambridge Arts Grant Program is funded by the City of Cambridge and receives an annual allocation from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

The Cambridge Arts Council exists to ensure that the arts remain vital for people living, working and visiting Cambridge. or 617-349-4380


Somerville, MA – Somerville Arts Council grant recipient Nancy Hall Brooks will exhibit a series of portraits of local seniors at the Somerville Council on Aging (COA). The show, entitled “Reflections: portraits of seniors in images and words,” will honor some of the unique and lively individuals from our community who regularly participate in communal activities at COA senior centers across Somerville. It will consist of pastel portraits of 9 individuals who regularly attend day programs at the COA’s Ralph and Jenny Center and who participated in two workshops held in November by the artist. The drawings will be accompanied by text based on life stories shared by workshop participants.

Brooks has been awarded a Local Cultural Council Artist Fellowship Grant for 2013 by the Somerville Arts Council. The show will feature artwork created during the award period and will be temporarily exhibited at the Ralph and Jenny Center, 9 New Washington Street, Somerville, on Thursday, January 23. The public is invited to attend a reception from 10 - 11:30 a.m. on January 23 to meet the workshop participants and the artist. The exhibit will subsequently hang at the Somerville Council on Aging Holland Street Center, 167 Holland Street, Somerville, MA 02144, from January 28 - February 21. Hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30-4:30.

This program is supported in part by the Somerville Arts Council, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

For further information please contact:

Nancy Hall Brooks Janine Lotti Somerville Council on Aging
617-625-6600, x2321

Thursday, January 09, 2014


A specially opportunity when you participate in the 2014 Cambridge Open Studios

April 26 & 27, 2014, 12-6pm

For the first time in its tradition, Cambridge Open Studios is offering two opportunities for local performing artists to showcase their talents! By signing up, performers can participate in one or both of the Performance Showcases during the Open Studios weekend April 26 and 27, 2014.

Saturday, April 26th Cambridge Community Television
Join other performers for a live taping of the showcase to broadcast on CCTV. Each performer will be given 20 minutes* of air time in front of a live studio audience. In past years, we have included theatrical performances, poetry recitation, DJ spinning and dance troupes.

Sunday, April 27th Cambridge Community Center
Performers will be center stage at one of our common venues in Central Cambridge.
Before Open Studios, performers can sign up to perform a 20 minute* set in front of a live audience. Drop in art activities will be scheduled between performances, with visitors to Open Studios coming by the space throughout the day.

*Does not include set up time. Performers are allowed 10 minutes for set up and break down.

Registration deadline for Open Studios: Monday, January 20,2014


Come by Washington St. This Saturday from 7-11pm for the opening of our latest show, Audio/Visual! The opening will include DJ Mark E. Moon, dancing robots, and more!




Washington St Gallery
321 Washington Street
Somerville, MA 02143

Washington St. Presents:

*Audio/Visual: A show of visual art exploring sound/music*

Saturdays, January 11th – 25th, 2014

OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, January 11, 2014, 7–10pm

ON VIEW: January 11-25, Saturdays 12-4 and by appointment


For high-resolution photos and/or interviews, the press should contact

Frank Zappa famously said, "Writing about music is like dancing about
architecture," but does the same apply to visual art? If a picture is worth
a thousand words, is it also worth a thousand musical notes? Can you make a
drawing of a song, or a sculpture of a sound that you love or hate? In
A show of visual art exploring sound/music*, over a dozen artists will
attempt to answer these questions.

For one evening, music will be better seen than heard as it takes form in
photography, drawing, sculpture, embroidery, and other visual media. This
group show blends artists from within and without the Washington Street Art
Center, presenting a diverse soundscape for the eyes. How does music convey
a feeling or emotion - and can it be made concrete? Will a viewer get the
essence of the song in silence? And will the DJ stylings of Mark E. Moon,
at the opening on January 11th, create a very different experience than the
afternoon gallery silence of subsequent Saturdays?

Artists in the show include Frank Aveni, Nicholas Burgess, Jef Cjekaj, Jill
Comer, Meagan Mary Creamer, Marissa Falco, Mike Gintz, Gretchen Graham, Lee
Kilpatrick, Lauren Leone, Brian Rusnica and Anna Warrock.

About Washington St.

Washington St. houses a gallery, hosts studio space for more than twenty
visual artists, and presents exhibitions, concerts, film series, and other
art initiatives. Washington St. participates in Somerville Open Studios each
May and an annual open studios and craft fair in December.

The Washington St. Gallery is between Union Square and Beacon Street, a five-minute
walk from Union Square and a ten-minute walk from Harvard Square (two
blocks from Beacon Street). Washington St. is near or on the following bus
routes: 87, 83, 86, and 91. Parking is free and ample.

Wednesday, January 08, 2014

2014 NATIONAL PRIZE SHOW - March 2, 2014

The Cambridge Art Association is pleased to present the 2014 National Prize Show juried by James Welu, Director Emeritus, Worcester Art Museum. Open to artists living and working in the U.S., working in all media. All work will be juried from digital. Awards include: Best In Show $1,000, media specific awards $500 each. Entry fee.


Tuesday, January 07, 2014


Curated by Jef Czekaj


Steve Abbott
Jeff Bartell
Craig Bostick
B.Douglas DeRocher
Kim Gaul
Raul Gonzalez
Erik P. Kraft
Ron LeBrasseur
Anyah Lee
Pauline Lim
Tim McCool
Fish McGill
Dan Moynihan
Dave Ortega
Maria Photinakis
Liz Prince
Melissa Richard
Jordan Stabile

PLUS: The animation of FableVision

Opening Reception
January 10, 2014
6 pm -8 pm

Nave Gallery Annex
53 Chester St
Somerville, MA

Thursday, January 02, 2014


Panopticon Gallery invites you to our Wicked Winter exhibition, on display from January 18 - March 12th, 2014. This exhibition will feature photographs by Kevin Van Aelst, Larry Pratt, Gustav Hoiland, Jeffrey Keough, Roger Farrington, and others to be announced.

On a side note, we will also have a small section of the gallery honoring The Beatles, as this February marks the 50th Anniversary of the Fab Four coming to America. There will be a few images in the show by Rowland Scherman who photographed the first Beatles concert, an iconic image of The Beatles by Harry Benson, and some of Roger Farrington's photographs of John Lennon.

Panopticon Gallery invites you to our Wicked Winter exhibition, on display from January 18 - March 12th, 2014. This exhibition will feature photographs by Kevin Van Aelst, Larry Pratt, Gustav Hoiland, Jeffrey Keough, Roger Farrington, and others to be announced.

On a side note, we will also have a small section of the gallery honoring The Beatles, as this February marks the 50th Anniversary of the Fab Four coming to America. There will be a few images in the show by Rowland Scherman who photographed the first Beatles concert, an iconic image of The Beatles by Harry Benson, and some of Roger Farrington's photographs of John Lennon.


Architectural Analysis

architectural analysis, panopticon gallery, exhibition, photography
In the private room, feast your eyes on Architectural Analysis: Photographs by Elizabeth Ellenwood, Alena Kuzub, John Woolf, Gustav Hoiland and Andrea Greitzer. From the quiet views from inside museums, to the abstract. From the straight-forward majestic images of theaters to the multiple exposed views of Boston and beyond, each of the artists in this exhibition look at architecture from very different perspectives.

Please join the artists at the opening reception on Saturday, January 18th from Noon-3pm.

The Garner Center at the New England School of Photography (NESOP) in Kenmore Square will be exhibiting two Panopticon Gallery artists back-to-back.

On display from January 6 - February 21st will be photography by Suzanne Revy. The Opening Reception will be held on January 15, 2014 5:00 -7:00pm

On display from February 24th to April 4th will be photographs by Keith Johnson. The Opening Reception will be held on March 5, 2014 5:00 -7:00pm

Click HERE to view the Premium Art Deadlines List.

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