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Tuesday, September 30, 2014


Thursday, October 2, 2014, 6-8 pm

Kathryn Schultz Gallery
25 Lowell Street
Cambridge MA 02138


Come celebrate the artists of Time Travelers, Conny Goelz-Schmitt, Stephen Martin and Lorraine Sullivan!

Light refreshments will be served.

Free and open to the public.


Would you like to volunteer at one of Springfield's most popular fall events?

Carve for the Carillon
Oct. 11&12 - 10am-4pm
Help us carry, scoop and load this year's 2,014 pumpkins!

Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular
Oct. 17&18 - 5:30-9:30pm
Help us make magic by lighting 2,014 Jack-O-Lanterns created by area residents, schoolchildren and artists!

Interested? Email us and let us know what days and times you can help. Volunteering for as little as 2 hours ensures our success!

Carve for the Carillon and Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular are fundraising events of the Rees Carillon Society, an independent 501 (c) (3) charitable organization.

For more information about the Rees Carillon Society, please visit our website:

Monday, September 29, 2014


Luminaries in the field have generously donated over 100 pieces to be auctioned at Mudflat's upcoming gala. Come join us in support of Mudflat, bid on beautiful ceramic work, and enjoy live music, hors d'oeuvres and revelry.

Psssst….Hats are encouraged, but not required

Hats off to Mudflat

You are invited to our premiere clay event!

Our gala auction celebrates Mudflat's 43 years of education in the ceramic arts and supports our non-profit organization in our new facility. Over 90 nationally known ceramic artists have donated functional and sculptural work. Join us to bid at the silent and live auctions, and enjoy hors d'oeuvres, cash beer and wine, live music and desserts.

Wearing a hat is strongly encouraged, but not required.

Tickets: $100 per person or
$85 per person if purchased before October 1st

directions and tickets: or 617-628-0589


We will be having another meeting next Tuesday September 30th from 6 to 8pm at Artisans Asylum - 10 Tyler Street, Somerville. Our big kickoff begins on October first when tickets will be available for sale. So this meeting is to get more people involved. I hope to see you all there!

Check out our website.

The Armory of Horror:



A Garland for Judy!
A Cabaret Celebration of the Judy Garland Songbook
Friday, November 14th, 2014, 8:00-10:00 p.m.

Judy! A Legendary Film Career
Sunday, November 16th, 2014, 5:00-7:00 p.m.

Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA
Parking Available, or mass transit via subway to Davis Square in Somerville.
$25 for one show or $40 for both Friday and Sunday shows!
[Special VIP package: $30 for one show or $50 for both shows, with a post-performance Meet & Greet with emcee/lecturer John Fricke and the cast.]
Reservations highly recommended!

For tickets to A Garland for Judy!

For tickets to Judy! A Legendary Film Career

About The Shows:

Friday, November 14th: A Garland for Judy! A Cabaret Celebration of the Judy Garland Songbook brings together four preeminent Boston vocalists -- Lynda D'Amour, Pamela Enders, Jinny Sagorin, and Randy Zinkus -- in company with musical director Tom LaMark in musical highlights from Judy's film, television, recording, radio, and concert careers. The show will be hosted by special guest performer John Fricke, the world's preeminent Garland and Wizard of Oz author/documentarian.

The evening's repertoire includes selections from such cherished films as Meet Me in St. Louis, Easter Parade, A Star is Born, Summer Stock, and Strike Up the Band; the duets Judy performed with everyone from Barbra Streisand to Mickey Rooney; and the one-woman concerts that thrilled audiences from Carnegie Hall to the Hollywood Bowl, from the Palace to the Palladium -- and the Boston Common and Boston Garden!

The songs will be interspersed with Fricke's behind-the-scenes anecdotes about Judy's life and professional careers. It's a must-see event for anyone who loves the ClassicAmerican Popular Songbook, the joyous pop culture of the 20th Century, and the magic of the woman who was unhesitatingly billed, reviewed, and endorsed as "the world's greatest entertainer."

Sunday, November 16th: Judy! A Legendary Film Career presents Emmy Award-winning producer/writer John Fricke in a review of highlights from Garland's historic motion picture work, tracing her on-screen performance arc from age seven as one of The Gumm Sisters in 1929 (The Big Revue) to 1963 and the London Palladium (I Could Go On Singing).

Audiences will enjoy the singing and dancing Judy, the comedic Judy, and the dramatic Judy in both familiar and unfamiliar sequences with such costars as Mickey Rooney, Fanny Brice (the original "Funny Girl"!), Gene Kelly, Spencer Tracy, and many others.

Emcee Fricke will share stories and quotes from many of those with whom she worked, gathered while researching his recent book, Judy/A Legendary Film Career, and while preparing for his appearances as a guest presenter at the Turner Classic Movies Festival in Los Angeles earlier this year and on the TCM cable network. It's a guided tour "from the inside" -- all in honor of the incomparably talented artist recently defined by TCM host Robert Osborne as "the all-around, most-talented person that's ever been in films to date."

A Special Reminder: Buy tickets to both the Friday and Sunday shows and receive the special discount price; details above!

Friday, September 26, 2014


Tufts University Art Gallery sponsors the creation of a temporary public art project for Tufts’ campus in Medford, MA. We seek Qualifications from Massachusetts artists to create a 10 x 20′ billboard-scale work of art in collaboration with participants of Tufts’ Intersections Project. We aim to highlight the importance and value of art on a university campus as a vehicle for social change. Entry fee.




Thursday, October 2nd, 7:00PM
Featuring: David Gulette, Frannie Linsay, and Carla Schwartz
Admission: $3.00

At The Arts for the Armory
Basement, Room B8
191 Highland Avenue
Somerville, MA

DAVID GULLETTE was one of the first editors of PLOUGHSHARES, where he has published poetry, fiction and essays. He taught English for many years at Simmons, and is currently Literary Director of the newly-reborn Poets’ Theatre. He has written two books about revolutionary poetry in Nicaragua, and his own book of poems, QUESTIONABLE SHAPES, will be published by Cervena Barva in 2015.

Frannie Lindsay‘s fourth volume of poetry, "Our Vanishing," has been awarded the 2012 Benjamin Saltman Award by Red Hen Press . It was released in March, 2014 and is available through the press, on Amazon, or at independent bookstores.
Her other books are Mayweed (2009 Washington Prize, The Word Works); Lamb (Perugia Prize, Perugia 2006); and Where She Always Was (May Swenson Award, Utah State University Press, 2004). She has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Carla Schwartz is a poet, poetry filmmaker, and lyricist. She has performed and read her work in the U.S., Canada, and Australia. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in several journals, including Fulcrum, 05401, Wordgathering, Common Ground, Review, Stone Highway Review, Literary Juice, Ibbetson Street, Emerge Literary Journal, Enizagam, and Equinox, among others. Her poetry book, Mother, One More Thing is published by Turning Point Books.


Attention all Knitters, Crocheters, and Stitch-makers!
The Nave Gallery is seeking knitted, crocheted, and sewn donations of gloves, hats, bags, blankets, decorative pieces, etc., for the 7th annual Wrap Around, our sale of affordable handmade goods to benefit the Somerville Homeless Coalition (SHC). Last year we raised almost $3,000 for SHC. Can we hit $5,000 this year?


Nave Gallery
155 Powder House Blvd, Somerville, MA
November 15-December 14
Saturday & Sunday, 1-5 pm
Closed Thanksgiving weekend

Davis Square Plaza
Thursday, December 4, 2014
6:00 pm
We’ll have a table in the plaza during Midnight Madness!


Donated items can be dropped off at the following locations November 1-12:

Nave Gallery Annex, 53 Chester St, Somerville
Blue Cloud Gallery, 713 Broadway Ave, Somerville
Magpie, 416 Highland Ave, Somerville
Looking for a knitting/crocheting circle to join? Check out Knit & Sip Crochet Soirees, our twice-monthly meetup group, for some conversation and craft.

If you have any questions, contact Tori Costa at tori [dot] costa [at] Items not sold during the sale will be donated to the Somerville Homeless Coalition.

Tori Costa
Marketing Professional

FOOD & FLUFF FESTIVAL - September 27, 2014

The Arts Council's last ArtsUnion event of the season is here:
The What the Fluff?? Festival, curated and run by our partners Union Square Main Streets
Sat, Sept. 27, 3-7pm, Union Square Plaza

Amidst the sticky mess, look for Nibble cooking instructor Estela Calzada, who will be selling:
-Tres Leches Rice Pudding a la Fluff (with flax and chia seeds – so it's healthy ;)
-Cactus Juice (with chia seeds and lime)

Also, don't miss…
Estela's Mexican Pop Up Restaurant
Oct. 17, 6-8pm
Kitchen Inc., 201 Somerville Ave
An authentic exotic 4-course Mexican meal for only $40!

Rachel Strutt
Cultural Director
Somerville Arts Council
p: 617.625.6600, x2985 f: 617.666.4325
Visit Nibble, a blog about food & culture at
Joseph A. Curtatone, Mayor

CALL FOR Holiday Lights THEMED PHOTOGRAPHY - October 1, 2014

The Nave Gallery invites photographers to submit images of holiday lights. Entries do not need to be based in Somerville, MA to be considered. Entry fee.


Thursday, September 25, 2014


Hidden gems in a vibrant arts community, Cape Ann Artisans are sprinkled along the coastline of Gloucester/Rockport, Massachusetts' scenic North Shore. Come visit during our next Studio Tour, October 11-13, 10-5 each day. Pick up a brochure w/map at pink-banner marked studios, Visitors Centers or print from


Bromfield Gallery
450 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA
Wed-Sun, 12-5
(617) 451-3605

Tim McDonald: "(sky)wall/dharma gates are boundless," acrylic, mixed media, 12" x 9", 2014.

Oct 1 - Nov 2
Opening: Friday, Oct 3, 6-830 pm

Gayle Caruso: "Divine Light: 100 Kinds of Light"
Mixed-media paintings inspired by the Giotto paintings in Padua, Italy.

Tim McDonald: "Opening the Mountain"
Artwork inspired by hikes through New England mountains
in the fall and summer of 2013.



New England's most extraordinary collection of 275 painters, potters, sculptors, jewelers, glassblowers, furniture makers, clothing designers and more - from every corner of America. With sensational food by local chefs, fabulous live music, special exhibits, a spectacular sculpture garden and lots of fun activities - a great way to spend a holiday weekend!

Three County Fairgrounds * Columbus Day Weekend * October 11, 12 & 13
54 Old Ferry Road at Route 9 * Northampton, MA
All Indoors and Under Tents * Mass Pike Exit 4 to I-91 North, Exit 19 * FREE PARKING!

Saturday and Sunday 10-6; Columbus Day 10-4
$13 adults; $11 seniors; $8 students; 12 and under free
Discount Admission Coupon

Voted the #1 Arts Fair in America * 800.511.9725


Tues., 10/14, 7 p.m. (ish)
Arts at the Armory
Musical noises for everyone.

Solo-o-lo Show-o-lo
Casey Keenan
Robert Noyes
Gilmore Tamny

FB invite

Gilmore Tamny
cell: 617-276-5020


"Meet the Instruments" Children's Concert at the Somerville Public Library on 09/28/14 (Presented by the Somerville Arts Council & Massachusetts Cultural Council)

How does a flute make its sound? Where did the piano get its name? Join Somerville composer and 2014 Somerville Arts Council grant recipient Mary Bichner as she shares fun facts about her favorite musical instruments as part of a lively, family-friendly concert! The program will consist of traditional children's songs, catchy radio hits re-imagined for acoustic instruments, and more!

WHEN: Sunday, September 28th @ 3:00pm
WHERE: Somerville Public Library - Main Branch (79 Highland Avenue, Somerville MA)
TICKETS: FREE (all ages!)
PERFORMERS: Mary Bichner (piano, guitar, vocals, flute, tambourine), Christopher McClain (viola, viola da gamba), and Tony Leva (upright bass, trumpet)

"Meet the Instruments" was made possible by a generous grant from the Somerville Arts Council and Massachusetts Cultural Council -- thanks SAC and MCC! <3


Panopticon Gallery

Saturday, October 4th from 2:00-5:00pm

Panopticon Gallery will be hosting a private photography sale on Saturday, October 4th for the late Bob Rogers.

Robert Rogers (September 5, 1944 – November 6, 2013), was one of New Hampshire’s preeminent photography collectors. He started collecting photographs when photography was not considered a serious art form back in the late 60’s. In 1967, Bob visited the home of renowned photographer Edward Steichen who helped him to appreciate photography as a great artist medium. Bob also came to know and befriend the prominent Boston photographer John Brooks who had a studio on Newbury Street.

Two years ago, the New Hampshire Institute of Art exhibited work from Bob’s collection, and soon thereafter, he donated some photographs to the Institute by noted photographers Dorothea Lange, Lotte Jacobi and Hope Zanes.

Proceeds from the event at Panopticon Gallery will benefit the Bob Rogers Estate, with some funds allocated to purchasing prints for the New Hampshire Institute of Art photography collection. To see a list of all of the images in the sale, Click Here.

To inquire about these photographs or attend this one day event, please R.S.V.P. by contacting the gallery at:, or 781-718-5777.


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Panopticon Gallery
Inside Hotel Commonwealth
502c Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215
Hours: Tue–Sat 9:00-3:00pm


In this three session class, students will learn to use SCRATCH software to create interactive art, stories, simulations, and games. They will be able to share those creations online. The class is for students ages 9 to 14 who want to learn basic game design. They will work in the SCATV computer classroom on Apple computers. Instructor Seth Alter is the head of Subaltern Games, a five-person indie game development team in Cambridge that makes educational games. He has experience teaching middle school students and youth since 2005.

The class will meet on Wednesdays, October 8, 15, 22 from 4:00 to 5:30pm at SCATV. Fee: $50.

To register, email or call 617. 628. 8826.


Sat., Oct. 4th, at 1:30 p.m. at the Armory Cafe, a reading:

Heather Dobbins
Gilmore Tamny
Elizabeth Witte

Event is FREE.

FB page:

Heather Dobbins’s poems and poetry reviews have appeared in Beloit Poetry Review, CutBank, Raleigh Review, The Southern Poetry Anthology (Tennessee), The Rumpus, and TriQuarterly Review, among others. She has been awarded scholarships and fellowships to Squaw Valley Community of Writers, Vermont Studio Center, and the Virginia Center for Creative Arts' workshop in Auvillar, France. After ten years of earning degrees in California and Vermont, she returned to her hometown of Memphis. Her debut, In the Low Houses, was published in March by Kelsay Press.
For more information, visit

Gilmore Tamny lives in Somerville, MA, where she likes to write proverbs, melodramas, novels, poems and songs (the latter for the band Weather Weapon) and also has been busy with a series of drawings using both the left and right hand. She has been organizing the "I'll Read You Yours, If You Read Me Mine," series and co-orgainzing the "EXTREMELY CASUAL" series at the Armory Cafe. She listens to an inordinate amount of audiobooks.
Online novel:
Weather Weapon:
Artwork: (right hand), (left hand)

Elizabeth Witte is a writer and editor based in Western Massachusetts. She is the Web Essays Editor of The Common, where her essays are featured in the In House column. Her poetry has appeared in numerous journals and her chapbook, Dry Eye, was published in May by Dancing Girl Press.
Dry Eye:
The Common:

Wednesday, September 24, 2014


The Growing Center will be holding their 20th Harvest Fest on Sunday October 5th from 2-4. We'll have pumpkin decorating, games and seasonal celebrations.

It's free and lots of fun!

Are there any musicians out there who would be interested in playing during this event? This tends to be a busy kid-friendly event- definitely not a quite "listening room". Unfortunately, we can't offer payment, just gratitude and a chance to hang-out and entertain your neighbors in a beautiful space. Let me know if you're interested. Contact Kim:


Please Be Invited to the Artists’ Reception at the Mary L. Fifield ART GALLERY at Bunker Hill Community College.

Thursday, October 2nd, at 6p.m.

for Ceramics en MASSe A group exhibition of Massachusetts ceramic artisans

Including work by:

Alice Abrams Nancy Arkuss Kyiakos Atsalis Steven Branfman Maryann Broxton Annie Campbell Joan Carci

Goce Davidov Heather Jo Davis Eileen de Rosa Rachel Eng Hollis Engley Rachel Feraco Darrell Gane-McCalla

Lynn Gerverns Liz Hafey Christina Harris Robbie Heidinger Julia Keenan Phillip Kwesiga Bette Ann Libby

Kendra Lohr Michelle Lougee Pares Mallis Kimberly Medeiros Daniel Molyneux Steve Murphy Vanessa Norris

Jeffrey Nowlin Jeanmarie O’Clair Jacob Charles Peters Sis Releigh Melissa Shook Stephanie Schorow John Volpacchio

Refreshments served, live musical performance by YANI BATTEAU & Band,
and conversation with some of the region’s best known and emerging ceramic artisans.

Bunker Hill Community College ART GALLERY is Free, Handicapped Accessible & Open to the Public.
We are Located at the Community College STOP on the MBTA Orange Line.

Please post, list, distribute this notice.
For more Information about this exhibit or programs offered by the BHCC Art Gallery CONTACT:


Ms. Laura L. Montgomery, M.F.A.
BHCC Art Gallery
Adjunct Professor, Visual and Media Arts Department
Bunker Hill Community College
Office of the President
250 New Rutherford Avenue
Boston, MA 02129
Visit our Gallery Web page at:


Hosted by MassWax.

Open to members and non-members alike. $5 for members, $10 for non-members.

This coming Saturday, September 27 12-2pm at the Center For the Arts At the Armory, 191 Highland Ave, Somerville.

Suzanne Schultz, Artist Rep and CEO of Boston-based Canvas Arts will give a presentation on effective marketing for artists. Suzanne has a lively, no-nonsense approach to the business of art and her hand-outs are terrific. Don’t miss it.


offered by Friends of Fresh Pond Reservation and the Cambridge Water Department

Thursday mornings in October – Wake Up and Weed – led by Kirsten Lindquist

Friday mornings in October – Fresh Pond Kids’ Walks – led by Kirsten Lindquist

Saturday, October 4 – Migratory Bird Walk – led by Nancy Guppy

Sunday, October 5 – Knowing Trees by their Leaves – led by Ranger Jean Rogers

Monday, October 6 – A Tour of the Water Purification Facility – led by CWD Staff

Sunday, October 19 (rain-date October 26) – Second Annual Cycle to the Source

Sunday, October 19 – Fascinating Fungi of Fresh Pond – led by Lawrence Millman

Sunday, October 26 – Do the Duck Walk – led by Nancy Guppy

Monday, October 27 – Native Seed-Collecting and Saving – led by Kate Stafford

Complete descriptions with registration and meeting place information are posted on the Friends of Fresh Pond Reservation website at:

If you wish to attend a program, please sign up using the registration information included in the description for that program.

You can scroll down the webpage for links to other information.

If you no longer wish to receive these announcements, please send us a return e-mail with the message UNSUBSCRIBE

Susan and Elizabeth


NEFA is pleased to announce that the next biennial

Creative Communities Exchange (CCX)

will be June 2-3, 2015 in Keene, New Hampshire.

Creative Communities Exchange

See the 2013 CCX in action!

The CCX is a peer-to-peer exchange of the strategies used in successful creative economy initiatives around New England. This professional development event is for New England leaders who are engaged in creative economy and creative placemaking projects that leverage their local creative sector for the revitalization and growth of their broader community.

The content of the CCX is shaped by the participant's own experiences. Workshops are led by creative economy practitioners - or catalysts - from various sectors and types of organizations:
cultural nonprofits,
creative businesses,
economic development,
city planning,
government & more

CCX workshops have a specific 20:20:20 format to facilitate energetic exchange: 20 minutes of how-to presentation, 20 minutes of Q&A discussion, and 20 minutes of networking time.
The workshop leader application will open next month, so start spreading the word to your local creative economy initiative partners!

Arts Alive The hallmark of a strong creative economy is the collaboration between the arts sector and non-arts partners. CCX 2015 will take place in Keene, New Hampshire, a community that demonstrates strong cross-sector partnerships between the arts and local business, local government, the local colleges, the Monadnock region, and Arts Alive, this year's local host.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

"REFLECTED" - A CALL FOR WORK - October 31, 2014

Open to New England artists 18+ years working in any 2D medium with regard to the theme of REFLECTION. Work must be original. Guest Juror: Kristina Durocher, Director and Curator of the Museum of Art at the University of New Hampshire. "Best in Show" and 2 Honorable Mentions will be chosen. Exhibition Dates: February 24 - April 4, 2015. Entry fee.




New coworking space for creatives, designers & entrepreneurs in the heart of Union Square!

Memberships starting Oct.

Creative Union is a home for creatives, designers, and entrepreneurs in the heart of Union Square. Our coworking space brings together professionals in technology, design, entrepreneurship, the arts and other creative fields who are eager to interact, exchange, learn and connect with other creative professionals. Whether you’re a freelancer or starting a small business, Creative Union is a work space for individuals and small teams who want a coworking space infused with creative energy. Amenities in our light-filled space include Hi-Speed Wifi, conference and meeting room access, shared resources and a kitchenette.

Pricing is competitive and includes designated desk and flex-desk options. Interested in joining? Member spots opening this October.

Call (617)-763-9102 or email to set up a time to visit the space and meet us.


SAC presents a Nibble Cooking Class
Wednesday, Oct. 1, 6:30-9pm, Kitchen Inc, 201 Somerville Ave
Tix: $40 (includes lesson, full dinner and you'll go home with chickpea cookies!)

Global Grains

The interest in grains other than wheat is on the rise in the United States, but in other countries, people have celebrated what we call “alternative” grains for centuries. In this hands-on cooking class, our resident “Spice Girl” Roise Gill will demonstrate traditional and new ways to use two of these (gluten-free) global gastronomic delights: amaranth and gram, or chickpea, flour. Both are readily available in Union Square markets and used in many international Somerville homes to make porridge, soups, breads, sweets, and more. In class we will start by snacking on amaranth chikki (brittle); then we’ll use amaranth leaves in a aromatic vegetable curry; while the curry simmers, we’ll mix and roll out chilla, Indian chickpea flatbreads, to eat with dinner. We will also make amaranth honey cookies. Students will go home with Persian chickpea cookies (made pre-class by Rosie) called nan-e-nokhodchi.

HONK! FESTIVAL - October 10-12, 2014




October 10 through 12, 2014

a wide variety of events scheduled
in Somerville, Cambridge, & Boston


There'll be dancing ... dancing in the streets ... a guaranteed ingredient at HONK!, this year to include a total of 27 bands (, all with social and/or political activism as part of their charters, as well as individual local players who are inevitably inspired to run home, grab their respective unplugged sound makers, and dive right under the HONK! community umbrella.

The "official" participants for this year's HONK! will be travelling from as far as Moscow, Paris, New Orleans, and Los Alamos, to as near as Somerville and Boston. The Second Line Social Aid and Pleasure Society Brass Band (, the band who got this world-wide phenomenon rolling in the first place, will once again serve as the hometown HONK! host band.

The overall HONK! schedule is available for perusal at, with many familiar aspects, including the whimsical Lantern Parades and the spectacular "Reclaim the Streets for Horns, Bikes, and Feet" Parade, by now well loved by the many true-blue HONK! fans!

But there is also a new development this year that is important to note. HONK! 2014 will be hosting a "Day of Action" to be held specifically on Friday October 10th. The goal is to set the stage for a targeted weekend long partnership between HONK! bands and local community organizations. More info. on this new HONK! initiative can be, with updates available as HONK! gets closer to the day.

Specific HONK! Festival performance schedules will be made available after October 3, 2014. For more background information on HONK!'s origins and purpose, visit HONK! is a rousing spectacle featuring social activist street bands from all over who come together to share their different approaches to merry making while also instigating positive change in their communities. Born in Somerville in 2006, similar HONK!s have since spread to Austin, Seattle, Detroit, Providence, and New York City, with the first ever HONK! OZ ( to take place in Australia in January 2015.

For almost a decade now, the original Somerville/Cambridge HONK! just keeps on rolling and expanding! If you’d like to jump on the bandwagon, here’s a link as to how: To get psyched, the HONK! Kickstarter Campaign video, with an overview of this year's HONK!, can be found at HONK! ON!

THE ART OF GROUP SINGING FOR WOMEN - September 30 - December 12, 2014

Founder and Artistic Director of Libana
( (
Director of Third Life Studio, 33 Union Square, Somerville
( (

When: 9 Tuesday evenings: 9/30 through 12/2 (no class on 11/11)
Time: 7-9:15 pm
Cost: $270
Where: Third Life Studio, Union Square, Somerville, MA

Pre-registration required. Further details provided upon registration.
Commitment to the entire session is expected.


Singing in community is a powerful source of joy, celebration,
and ritual for women around the world. The expressive and
metaphorical process of creating unison and harmony while joining
your voice with others is a powerful way to release stress, uplift
the soul, transcend the challenges we face in our daily lives, and
energize our beings. Past Art of Group Singing classes have
been fun, depthful, and joyous experiences for those of us singing
in the circle together, full of beautiful music, expansive spirit,
communal sensitivity, and openhearted expression.

In our music-making together, we will create mesmerizing harmonies
through the singing of rounds, chants, and part music, as well as learn
songs sung by women in different parts of the world. We'll bring
increased awareness to relaxed, grounded breathing, easeful vocal
production and active listening. I invite you to come experience the
artful creation of group sound and spirit, and I look forward to singing
with many of you this fall!


1) Please email a response with your intention to take this class session.

2) ALSO fill out the registration form below and return at your earliest convenience
with a $30 deposit to hold your place in the circle. Please make checks
payable to Susan Robbins (not Libana) and mail to:

Susan Robbins, Libana, Inc., P.O.Box 400530, Cambridge, MA 02140

For more information email or call (617) 628-0916

Monday, September 22, 2014


The Fluff Festival still needs some volunteers for the later shifts - 4 to 6 PM and especially 6 to 8 PM. Here's more info:

Produced by Union Square Main Streets, "What the Fluff" doesn’t just celebrate the genius of Archibald Query, who invented Fluff here in Union Sq. in 1917. It also celebrates the creativity of the artists, musicians, bakers, and other citizens who join together to celebrate our hometown sweet in the most memorable ways. This year’s theme is Steampunk Fluff! Volunteers will receive a commemorative Fluff button, and a voucher for 50% off a Fluff shirt. (Volunteers working 4+ hours get a free t-shirt!)

Volunteers are needed for two-hour shifts in a wide variety of tasks – from the prize booth to kiddie games to the cooking contest, there are jobs to fit every personality. There are opportunities for friends to work together, and for mature children to work with their parents.

The Festival is at Union Square Somerville on September 27th from 3 to 7 PM, with volunteers needed from noon until 8 PM. (rain date is 9/28) To sign up or to find out more, please contact Karin at

See you at Fluff Fest !

Mimi Graney
Union Square Main Streets
m:617-955-0080 | | a: 66-70 Union Square, Suite 103, PO Box one, Somerville, MA 02143


"Artification: Panel Discussion on the contribution of art and the gentrification of American Cities"
5pm, Tuesday 9/23
New England Law Boston
154 Stuart St.
Boston MA
FB event page:

Join BLSA and AFLS for a Panel Discussion on the contribution of art and the gentrification of American Cities. The Panelists will discuss housing laws, advantages for Artists, and impact on urban development. Creating Awareness for the impact Art has on Gentrification in American Cities.

Panelists Include:

Tim Devin

Tim Devin’s projects pertain to community and social change. His work has been included in art and urbanist shows across the US, Canada, and Europe, and have been featured in such news sources as NPR, CBC and, more locally, the Boston Globe. He is the chair of the Somerville Arts Council advisory board. Tim is also a member of Space Equals Work, which is a loose group of Somerville residents who aim to preserve and expand small business, industrial, and artist space.

Mary Therese O'Sullivan

Mary Therese O’Sullivan is an associate at Fox Rothschild and handles matters related to fashion law, franchising law and venture capitalism. Mary has also been involved in residential and commercial lease negotiations and closings. While at Rutgers law school Mary wrote a paper titled Home is Where the Art is The Impact that Housing Laws and Gentrification Policies have had on the Availability and Affordability of Artist Live/Work Spaces.

Her paper discusses the history of artist housing laws, the prevalent use of artists to promote gentrification, and the future of artist live/work spaces. Her paper focuses largely upon artists who reside in New York City and discussed notable cases and artist incentive programs throughout the country. Specifically her paper examines the history of rent control and its impact on the artist community,) New York City’s artist zoned housing, and New York City’s “Loft Laws.” Her paper also describes the effect artists have on gentrification, communities where artists have contributed to gentrification, and current initiatives aimed at increasing artist populations. Mary also writes about the difficulties artists face post-gentrification, prevalent arguments against rent stabilization, and concerns regarding the longevity and permanency of “artist communities.

Lisa A. Wong

Lisa A. Wong is serving her fourth term as Mayor of Fitchburg. She was first elected to that office in November of 2007 at the age of 28, and is youngest female mayor and first Asian female mayor in the commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Financial stability is one Mayor Wong’s top priorities she has built up a stabilization fund from $10,000 to over $5,000,000, and balanced budgets. By managing more effectively in lean times, Mayor Wong has been able to lower crime, make significant capital improvements, and attract private investment. She is a leader in environmental efforts and was named Conservationist of the Year in 2011 by the Trustees of Reservations. She also serves on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Local Government Advisory Board.Mayor Wong received a dual bachelor’s degree in international relations and economics, and master’s degree in economics from Boston University.


SAC’s 2015 LCC second grant information meeting held tonight:

Mon., Sept 22, 6-7:30 pm
Mudflat Pottery School
81 Broadway

If you are new to the grant process come out to one of our information sessions. If you have ideas about an art project but not sure how to plan one, or seeking a fellowship to support your work, or if you merely have questions about our application forms, these meetings are a great way to meet with staff and learn more.
And the third and final on:
Thurs., Oct 2, 6-7:30 pm
Somerville Public Library
West Branch/40 College Ave.

Information, guidelines, and application forms can be found here:

Gregory Jenkins
Executive Director
Somerville Arts Council
617.625.6600 ext. 2985
City of Somerville
Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone

Sunday, September 21, 2014

PROVINCETOWN GALLERY EXHIBITION - September 26 - October 15, 2014

Upcoming Show... If you are on the Cape please visit Art Strand gallery, 494 Commercial St, Provincetown. My painting above, Perfect Day, Crane Beach, will be in the show Clouds Sept. 26–Oct 15. The opening reception is this Friday, Sept. 26, 6–9 pm. For more information please visit

OnLine Interview... Wilderness House Literary Review, an online magazine, will have an interview with me in the next issue. Please watch for it...

Vernon Street Open Studios will take place this year on Dec. 6 & 7, noon–6pm. I'll send more information as the time draws near.

This year will be our 40th Open Studios anniversary. To mark the occasion we'll be having a special exhibition at the Somerville Museum. The show will open Friday, Nov. 14, 2015. I'll let you know more as the time draws closer.

Other news...
I'm excited to report I've been accepted to the Vermont Studio Center for the month of Feb. 2015. I'm looking forward to a month of uninterrupted time to focus on my painting!

As always you can see my work on my website If you would like to be in touch, I'd love to hear from you.

Saturday, September 20, 2014


Presented by the Cambridge Art Association and the New School of Music

An afternoon showcasing the talents of the 25 Lowell Street community. The afternoon will feature a concert from the New School of Music faculty at 3pm, followed by a reception in the Kathryn Schultz Gallery.

Light refreshments will be served.

Free and open to the public.

Kathryn Schultz Gallery
25 Lowell Street
Cambridge MA 02138


Friday, September 19, 2014

CALL FOR ARTISTS - December 4-22, 2014


BOSTON, MA 02118

You are invited to participate in the inaugural curated exhibition ART 100 BOSTON: an exhibition of small works each selling for 100 dollars. The exhibition will be on display from December 4 – 22, 2014 at the Piano Craft Gallery. Send us 3 images of your work .jpg and a bio for review.
The exhibition is open to artists of all ages and inspires to be a context for independent ideas. We are interested in a thematic series of work, minimum of 6, all approximately similar in size. We welcome artist collectives. Participation fee is $40 and this includes Gallery cost, marketing, invitations and opening reception. All money from sales goes directly to artist.
Inspired by Europe, this new exhibition concept encourages the display, sale, and collection of affordable art and encourages an increased relationship between artists, the collectors and the media.

Our marketing outreach will be extensive and we are excited to launch this annual December event at the Piano Craft Gallery with you.

Curated and organized by: Pares Mallis and David Mynott II

Contact: Pares Mallis - -617-595-5638
David Mynott II - -617-794-7692


The Somerville Arts Council and the Somerville Historic Preservation Commission announce a second tour of our ArtsUnion Union Square architecture and historic walking tour:

Sunday, September 28, 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Begin at Somerville High School, 91 Highland

Please join Ed Gordon, New England Chapter President of the Victorian Society of America, who will lead a new walking tour of the Union Square area.

This year's walk will start at Somerville High School, visit a converted historic barn and charming pocket park, and explore the industrial past of Somerville Avenue, both front and backside, winding our way along Innovation Row and Properzi Way. Interior tours include the historic St. Anthony’s Church and the new Greentown Labs.

Tour is coordinated by the Somerville Historic Preservation Commission.

Free but pre-registration required: Contact Brandon Wilson via or 617-625-6600, ext. 2532. There is no rain date if heavy rain or wind prevails.


713 Broadway, BALL SQ
September 28th
4:30 - 6:30
Learn from the Artisans:
Elizabeth Arnold - chainmail
Janis Thomas - quilling
Karen Chmielewski - felting
Kim McCullough - painted tiles
Sarah Beardslee - bead weaving

Space is Limited - RSVP -

Don't Forget - Parking Is Free!

Thursday, September 18, 2014


On Saturday October 11th from 12-6pm, Davis square will be filled with sounds from the HONK Festival. At the same time, local arts and crafts exhibitors will fill The Burren back room with a variety of media including: painting, photography, jewelry, textiles, ceramics & much more.

Spaces are still available for this market. If you would like to exhibit your work at SLAM email me for more information or go to: Exhibit @ SLAM

SLAM is in its fourth year, offering local artists a place to show and sell their work, as well as an opportunity for local residents to find a wide variety of art and handmade goods in one location.

All media is considered.

For more market information and exhibit details, check out the:


Great Plants at a Great Price!

Saturday, September 20, 2014
9 AM-1PM
Davis Square, intersection of College Ave. and Holland St.
Rain or shine!
Cash, checks, and credit cards accepted.

Discover a fantastic selection of perennials for sun and shade gardens, exotic houseplants, edibles and
groundcovers, plus horticultural books, decorative containers, and garden tools.
Proceeds support the educational programs and public plantings of the all-volunteer, non-profit Somerville
Garden Club.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

HOW TO GET YOUR ART SEEN AND SOLD - September 27, 2014

"Why is there only one profession with the word 'starving' in front of it?"
-Suzanne Schultz, Artist Representative and CEO of Canvas Arts, Boston.
Ten Tips For Getting Your Work Seen and Sold
MassWax invites the artist community to join us on Sept 27, 12-2pm at the Center for the Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Ave, Somerville MA for a presentation by Suzanne Schultz. Free parking. $5 for MassWax members, $10 for non-members at the door. Limited to 30 so come early to get a good seat. For more information


October Community Craft Night

Thursday October 9th & Thursday October 23rd, 4-7:30 PM

at Outside the Lines Studio

70 Colby St. Medford, MA

Volunteer opportunities

OTL needs your help to scare the living (and/or undead) daylights out of people! We need artists to help make monsters and scary set designs. If you doubt your crafting abilities, however, you can volunteer your keen acting skills on Saturday October 25th and dress up like scary stuff and single handedly strike fear into the hearts of grown men and small children.
Opportunities like this don’t come around very often!

Diana Rice
Director of Art and Development
Outside the Lines Studio
70 Colby St.
Medford, MA 02155


Cambridge Art Association is pleased to kick off 70th Exhibition Year with Annual Fall Salon

2014 Fall Salon Press Release


Susan Burgess, Jim Kociuba, and Director Erin Becker
at the 70th Fall Salon Opening

Members Prize Show - juried by Al Miner (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
Friday, October 10, 6-8pm at University Place Gallery

Time Travelers
Small Group Show featuring work by Stephen Martin, Conny Goelz-Schmitt and Lorraine Sullivan
Thursday, October 2, 6-8pm at Kathryn Schultz Gallery

Motion Envisioned
Small Group Show featuring work by Beatriz Grayson, Robert Hesse, and Ruth Lieberherr
Saturday, November 15 3-5pm at Kathryn Schultz Gallery

Northeast Open Show, juried by Alise Upitis, Assitant Curator, MIT List Visual Art Center
Friday, December 5, 6-8pm, in both galleries

Find out more on our website

CONCERTS IN THE BOSTON AREA - September 19, 2014

Saxophonists Jon Amon and Dennis Shafer
Friday, September 19

Join us for an evening of saxophone solos and duets.
This duo explores frontiers of contemporary repertoire with electronic media.

Program will include:
Claudio Gabriele: Duel
Luciano Berio: Sequenza VIIb
Marie-Helene Fournier: 5 Muses
Claudio Gabriele: Ariflex B
Seongyoun Hong: Mozaic vom Tonfrequenzspectrum

For more information email Jon Amon at

You can also visit or
Tickets $10 at the door

Opensound Series begins a new season!
Saturday, September 20

monisola gbadebo (northhampton)
amber vistein (boston)
asha tamirisa (pvd)
lucy lewis (pvd)
Concert curated by Caroline Park
Doors open at 7:45. Music at around 8:00 p.m.
$10 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.

For more information on the Series or this month's artists, visit

Tuesday, September 16, 2014


Saturday, September 20th 3pm-9:30pm (Showcase, Craft Fair, Film Screening)
Sunday, September 21st, 12pm-4:30pm (Workshops Only)

The Somerville Arts Council and Miranda’s Hearth are so excited to present four amazing workshops at The Big Tiny House Festival happening on 9/21 between 12pm-4:30pm. From basic carpentry to architectural design and a lot of general advice and sage-like wisdom of those who have come before us these educational talks will set you on your way to making a tiny house your tiny home.
From Concept to Construction: An Architect-led Charette

Sunday, September 21st 12pm-2pm | 10 Poplar Street, Somerville
$25 / 20 Person Max

Build tiny models of what your home could look like with experienced architects, urban planners and interior designers. Read more

Doug Immel: What I did right, wrong and otherwise.

Sunday, September 21st, 12pm-2pm | 10 Poplar Street, Somerville
$15 / 35 Person Max

A talk from an experienced tiny house builder and owner about what to do and more importantly what not to do. Read more

Hammerstone School Carpentry for Women: Basic Carpentry Skills 101

Sunday, September 21st 2:30pm-4:30pm | 10 Poplar Street, Somerville
$25 / 20 Women Max

A women-only class giving you an introduction to carpentry with demonstration and some hands on work. Read more

RAH Woodcraft: Basic Carpentry Skills

Sunday, September 21st 2:15pm-4pm | 10 Poplar Street, Somerville
$25 / 25 Person Max

Basic carpentry skills, lecture/demonstration and some hands on work. Read more

Monday, September 15, 2014


So there I was having a scone at Sherman' I have done on and off for a decade, when I hear someone say" Hey, I hear you are closing." I asked the counterman, and he said today--Sunday Sept 14, was the last day of the Sherman Cafe. I guess it wasn't making money--and the owner decided to close it. They are going to morph into a some kind of ice cream shop--that will probably fit the high end image the hip and new square will affect in the coming months and years. It was a great cafe-- I have interviewed many Somerville and national writers and artists there like Hugh Fox, Ethan Gilsdorf, Afaa Michael Weaver, too many to name. I also reveled in their oatmeal/cherry made rare appearances as of late. I also composed many a poem there. This morning I was having breakfast with my old friend Jennifer Matthews--who is relocating to another part of the state, and who I just finished a music,poetry collaboration with. So parting is such sweet/sorrow.. Here is a poem I wrote at the said cafe some years ago--hope you enjoy;

Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene
Doug Holder CV
Ibbetson Street Press
Ibbetson Street Online Bookstore
Poet to Poet/Writer to Writer
Doug Holder's Column in The Somerville Times ( Online and Print)

SOMERVILLE MAKE OUT EVENT - September 22, 2014


Come Make Out! with us on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 starting at 6:30pm.

Everyone and all crafts are welcome :)
All food & drink preferences can partake in the bounty of drink & delicacy at the Arts at the Armory Cafe.

We can't wait to see what you are making!
Xo Amylou



Poet Krikor Der Hohannesian Sept 16, 2014 5PM ( Click on for site)

Krikor Der Hohannesian lives in Medford, MA. His poems have appeared in many literary journals including The South Carolina Review, Atlanta Review, Comstock Review, Peregrine and Connecticut Review. His first chapbook, “Ghosts and Whispers”, was published by Finishing Line Press (2010) and was nominated for the Pen New England and Mass Book Awards. A second chapbook, “Refuge in the Shadows”, has just been released (Cervena Barva Press). He can be contacted at for anyone wishing to order copies ($10 including shipping and postage).

"In Krikor Der Hohannesian's poetry, we hear things we might not be able to hear otherwise. "A man is down" signals the wind and rain coming in from the east, and the poet listens. In another poem a wife is keening, a child is crying, and the poet listens, listens with all his imagination and his heart. We hear colonial whispers emanating from the Granary Burial Ground. We hear the particular beauty of the names of the winds in many languages, and in another poem we hear the equally specific sadness of parents grieving a lost child. We hear final words, and words that should have been said, and we hear in several of these poems the long, agonized memory traces of the Armenian genocide. In all there is a deeply empathic imagination at work, and these poems give the poet and the reader alike a place of refuge, a place in the shadows in which to hold onto what is so profoundly dear and filled with meaning." -Fred Marchant, Author of The Looking House

Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene
Doug Holder CV
Ibbetson Street Press
Ibbetson Street Online Bookstore
Poet to Poet/Writer to Writer
Doug Holder's Column in The Somerville Times ( Online and Print)

Friday, September 12, 2014

PROJECT MUM 2014 SOMERVILLE EVENT - September 13, 2014

Project MUM 2014
Tomorrow/Saturday, Sept. 13
8:00 PM - 12:00 AM
10 Poplar Street, Somerville (former waste transfer site, near Brickbottom, come find us!)
Our first foray to activate the former waste transfer site.

The MUM team is excited to bring you the 2014 rendition of Project MUM event. The MUM team cordially invite you to a celebration of artists and performers reclaiming unused public spaces in our beloved annual celebration.

Join us outdoor for a night of art, music and dance. The McGrath Highway construction cannot stop the force that is Project MUM!

For latest updates on this year's event, check out:

Google map here:


Theatre@First presents a staged reading double feature! Two exciting plays by women, about women.

Vivat Regina
written and directed by Phoebe Roberts
In this sequel to Victorian mystery caper, Mrs. Hawking, Mary Stone is doing her best learn the trade of her mistress's work as a covert agent for women victimized by Victorian society. Mrs. Hawking's nephew Nathaniel, too, struggles to find what contribution he can make to his aunt's work, and neither one seems to be serving to their mentor's satisfaction. But when a mysterious lady under a false name comes to them with a next-to-impossible mission, Mrs. Hawking and her assistants must bring together all their varied strengths and capabilities in order to see that justice is done. Vivat Regina is the second in the Mrs. Hawking series, but does not require knowledge of the previous installment to be followed or enjoyed.

written by Alice Gerstenberg
directed by Mary Parker
Overtones tells the story of two women having tea. On the surface, their conversation is pleasant but loaded, with each woman hoping to take something precious from the other. Not content to settle for subtext, playwright Alice Gerstenberg employs two extra actresses to portray each woman's hidden desires. This 1915 play is not only one of the earliest examples of split protagonists, but one of the earliest popular experimental plays by an American woman.

ONE NIGHT ONLY! Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 8pm
Bare Bones 15: Vivat Regina with Overtones will be presented at Unity Somerville, 6 William Street, Somerville, MA 02144
Suggested Donation $5 - General Admission - No reservations required

For additional details, please visit our website at Theatre@First.


IN BLACK &WHITE by Aaron Ellerbee
@the SCATV Gallery in September

The SCATV Gallery is located at 90 Union Square, Somerville, MA. Hours: Mon – Thurs Noon – 10:00 PM, Fri – Sat 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Closed Sun and holidays

During the month of September, be sure to check out Aaron Ellerbee’s exhibit, IN BLACK & WHITE at the SCATV Gallery. Aaron Ellerbee has a background in illustration, graphic design and painting. This artist creates a genre of work he refers to as ‘lightening sketches.’ These are carefully detailed portraits he completes in 5 minutes. He approaches each portrait as an opportunity to connect the people around him. Ellerbee's sketches are engaging, convey mood and possess energy.

Aaron Ellerbee talked about his work as well demonstrated some techniques during his during ART@SCATV interview with Janet Cormier, Program Host and SCATV Gallery Curator. The interview can be viewed by Somerville residents on Channel 3, an online on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 PM or online

Somerville visual artists interested in appearing on ART AT SCATV and exhibiting in the SCATV Gallery should contact Janet Cormier, Program Host and Gallery Curator through SCATV at (617) 628 - 8826.


Join us this SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13th at the Somerville Community Growing Center!

We are hosting a yard sale to raise funds for the Growing Center.

The Somerville Community Growing Center garden is a place for people of all ages and backgrounds to gather and grow as a green space and as a community. The Growing Center is a completely volunteer-run non-profit. All proceeds from the yard sale will go towards continuing the programs and upkeep of the Growing Center.

We are also seeking donations for the yard sale. Drop-off times for any items you'd like to donate to the yard sale are: Friday Sept 12 3pm - 7pm and Saturday Sept 13 8:30 am - 9:30 am. Perfect excuse to clean out those closets!

Hope to see you (or your unwanted items) at the yard sale!


Somerville gets Scary this Halloween

Arts at the Armory will be hosting it’s first ever major Halloween event featuring a large scale haunted maze right inside it’s main hall.

The Armory of Horror is seeking volunteers and artists to help put this show together.

We need :

- Decorators who want to make spooky scary rooms
- Builders who want to help construct the maze and special effects
- Costumers and makeup artists to design monsters and ghouls
- Performers who like to scare people

We will be having our very first meeting this Monday at Artisans Asylum

Where - 10 Tyler Street Somerville
When - 6pm

For further questions please contact -

Matthew Martino
617 653 5959

Dates of operations
October 24th, 25th, 30th, 31st and 1st of November from 6 to 10pm
Special “Lights on Tour” gives back stage access to learn about how our event is run! Sunday October 26th from 2to 4pm
Special Family day featuring safe Trick or Treating - noon to 4pm on November 1st

Matthew Martino


The city of Somerville, Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone is pleased to offer an affordable homeownership studio unit for sale for $187,000. Located at 80 Webster Street just outside of Union Square this unit offers floor to ceiling French doors, a gorgeous interior courtyard view, stainless steel appliances, air conditioning, hardwood floor, a galley kitchen, walk in closet and access to a communal roof deck. Monthly condo fee is approximately $166.90.

Applicants do not need to live or work full-time in Somerville in order to apply.

Eligible applicants must earn less than $72,450 for one person or $82,800 for 2 people. See flier for details.

An Information Session will be held on Thursday, September 18th at 6 pm at the Public Library, Central Branch, Conference Room.

RSVP at 617.625.6600 x 2577.


Vicki Wairi
Program Specialist
City of Somerville
Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development
Housing Division
50 Evergreen Av
Somerville, MA 02145
617.625.6600 x 2588
Fax: 617. 666.8035


Magic Without Tricks-Salon
Friday, September 12, 2014; 7:00 pm
Nave Annex, Davis Square

Join us for a conversation about magic, the theme for this month's exhibition at the Annex.


Get Involved With the Nave: Info Session
Saturday, September 13, 2014; 2:00 pm
Nave Annex, Davis Square

Interested in curating a show, or getting involved with one of our many projects? Stop by the Nave Annex to meet Nave Director, Susan Berstler, and other volunteers to learn how you can get involved.


Camberville Uncorked: Wine Tasting at the Annex
Thursday, September 18, 2014; 6:30 pm
Nave Annex,Davis Square
Ticket only: $39; tickets must be purchased in advance

The art of fine wine knows no bounds. Meet other wine lovers as you become sipping savvy with Pour Favor at the Nave Gallery Annex. This month's theme is South African wine.


Readings About Magic
Saturday, September 20, 2014; 6:00 pm
Nave Annex, Davis Square

Stop by for an evening exploring the literary influences in
Magic Without Tricks.


Nave Residency Closing Reception:
Ted Ollier
Sunday, September 21, 2014; 6:30 pm
Nave Gallery, Teele Square

Ted Ollier, the Nave's 2014 Artist-in-Residence showcases the final work in his six week residency at the Nave.


Bibliophilia: Opening Reception
Saturday, October 4, 2014; 4:00 pm
Nave Annex, Davis Square

Join us for the opening of Bibliophilia, an exhibition on book art.


Bibliophilia: Artist Talk & Book Tour
Sunday, October 26, 2014; 3:00 pm
Nave Annex, Davis Square

Meet the artists and explore the work in the exhibition Bibliophilia.



We have a busy fall ahead. Keep track of our events here.

Nominate us for a Best In Boston Award. Deadline for nominations is September 15.


We're hoping you'll join us for the Earthos Conversation about PEOPLE and RESILIENT REGIONAL SYSTEMS on September 18th 6:00PM-9:00PM.

What do we, as people, need to participate in creating community-to-regional systems that sustain all of us? We've invited leaders, who are grappling with this question, to talk about their efforts in: resiliency, arts, education, housing, social innovation, economy, heritage, diversity, self-expression and actualization, health, community, and ownership among others. Together, we'll explore emerging ideas and efforts in Boston, New England and beyond.

REGISTER HERE: Earthos Conversations Series Topic #4 PEOPLE

Please note: This event intended to be inclusive and open to the public. The suggested $15 donation is optional. It helps us cover costs of food, wine and our Lab space.

About Earthos Conversations:

Each month, Earthos hosts a Conversation about a key resource at the New Earthos Lab for resilient and sustaining regions. Each conversation focuses on a resource system, and how it relates to the other resources: food, energy, land, biodiversity, waste, and people.

The Earthos Lab brings people together to research, learn, collaborate towards robust regional systems.

Warm regards,
Sarah Howard + Phil Loheed + Earthos Board of Directors

Earthos Institute | 1310 Broadway | Suite 103 | Somerville | MA | 02144

Thursday, September 11, 2014

SOMERVILLE FOODIE CRAWL - September 16, 2014

On NEXT TUESDAY 9/16 (raindate 9/17) East Somerville Main Streets, is seeking volunteers for the East Broadway Foodie Crawl - a tasting event inside 15+ restaurants.

Come take a cultural crawl through the East Somerville restaurant corridor and discover Somerville's best kept culinary secrets - and do it as a volunteer to get a free ticket! As a volunteer, when you are not working your shift, you will receive an event bracelet that will let you enter 15+ restaurants and receive a tasting of their cuisine!

The authentic foods will take you straight to the sights and smells of Ethiopia, the tastes of El Salvador, and the colors of Haiti. Join the thousands who come and eat their way through this showcase of ethnic cuisine. Over a dozen restaurants, representing five continents, will once again throw open their doors to hordes of Boston-area foodies. This year will feature a new entry, East Somerville's recently opened La Brasa and their wood-fired eats.

East Somerville is 1/2 block from the Sullivan Square T Stop - and close to 93.

Set up group 1: 3:00-5:00pm
Help set up tents, tables, check in material etc.

Check in: 5:15-7:00pm
Help check in attendees, exchanging tickets for bracelets.

Servers: 5:45-7:00pm, 7:00-8:30pm
Help a local business by serving food

If you are interested please contact


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

Tickets for the East Broadway Foodie Crawl on September 16th are now on sale!

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!


Join us this month

at the Griffin Museum of Photography and Gallery Kayafas

Starting today- Bookshelf will be on display at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. This Bookshelf pop-up coincides with their Photography Atelier 20 exhibition, featuring the photographic work of over 25 student from their Atelier program.
Please join us for the opening September 11, 6:30-8:30.
Books will be on display and for purchase through Friday September 19.
9/11-9/19 // Tuesday-Sunday: Noon-4pm
67 Shore Rd, Winchester MA 01890

Additionally, you can find us at Gallery Kayafas South End Open Studios September 20. Featuring our rotating collection of books as well as rare, limited run and out of print artist books.
9/20 // 11-5:30. Join us for the festivities. Fbk
450 Harrison Avenue #37 Boston, MA 02118

Bookshelf is a nomadic art book store currently located in Boston MA. We specialize in independently made and produced photography books. We focus on publishers and photographers who are actively making and promoting their work through the book format while stimulating a conversation about contemporary photography.
Copyright © 2014 Caitie Moore // Bookshelf, All rights reserved.
You are receiving this email because we have met and conversed in the past or you have opted in on my website.

Our mailing address is:
Caitie Moore // Bookshelf
15 Bay State Avenue #2
Cambridge, MA 02144


What is gooey and sticky and wears a top hat? Steampunk fluff, that’s what! Somerville's sweetest festival - the 9th annual What the Fluff? - has a Steampunk theme this year, and seeks volunteers to work 2-hour shifts on Saturday, September 27th between 12 PM and 8 PM. Please e-mail for more info, or see lots about the festival here:

Mimi Graney
Union Square Main Streets
m:617-955-0080 | | a: 66-70 Union Square, Suite 103, PO Box one, Somerville, MA 02143

Wednesday, September 10, 2014


The HONK! Kickstarter campaign must wrap it up this coming Monday, September 15th. No donation is too small … or too large! Check it out at Help us meet this year’s goal. You’ll be very glad you did!

For more information on the HONK! Festival, to be held on Columbus Day Weekend, Oct. 10-12, please visit The HONK! 2014 Volunteer Party will be held this coming Sunday, Sept. 14th, at 6 pm at Sprout, 339R Summer St. near Davis Square, Somerville ( Come join us! Lots going on this year, with tons of opportunities to get involved in a myriad of ways!


Interested in curating a show at the Nave, or getting involved with Wrap Around? Maybe you’ve wanted to gallery sit or become involved in one of our many projects? Stop by the Nave Annex to meet Nave Director, Susan Berstler, and other volunteers to learn how you can get involved

Saturday, September 13; 2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Nave Gallery Annex, 53 Chester St, Somerville, MA


I hope you will join me, tomorrow night, at the Francesca Anderson Gallery for the Trompe L'oeil Show Opening. I have three paintings in this show and look forward to seeing you.

September 11 - November 1, 2014

Trompe L'oeil, A Major Show

Francesca Anderson Fine Art Gallery
56 Adams Street
Lexington, MA 02420

Wed - Sat: 10am-5pm, Sun: 12-5pm

Opening Reception: September 11, 6-8pm


Green Line Extension Friends -

The Green Line Extension (GLX) Project received over 70 submissions to the second phase of the GLX Integrated Art Program Request for Qualifications announced in July. These submissions are currently under review and semi-finalists will be notified by next week.

A GLX Art Program public meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 30 at The Holiday Inn in Somerville (30 Washington Street) from 6 PM to 8 PM where public input will be sought on these selections and may be considered when making the final selection of artists.

We hope to see you there!

More information about the GLX Integrated Art Program can be found on the GLX website here:

As always, thank you for your interest in and support of the Green Line Extension project.

The Green Line Extension Project Team

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Tuesday, September 09, 2014


Arts at the Armory is launching a free arts education project Youth Arts Arise, which offers multi-disciplinary artistic workshops after school and during the summer for youth ages 11-14.

Our fall 2014 semester will run October 7th- December 16th. Local artist instructors will lead workshops in a wide range of disciplines, including both visual and performing arts. Workshops are currently scheduled for every Tuesday, 3:30-5:30 pm, and we hope to add Monday workshops soon.

Workshop themes will encourage self-exploration through investigation of the participants' individual and cultural identity as well as exploring other cultures, traditions, and diversity.

Do you know a student who would like to participate? The program is free, but advance registration is required. Registration forms are available on our website (direct link:, or in our office at 191 Highland Ave. Registrations are due by September 23rd, but please contact the office if the deadline has passed; we may still have spaces available.

Are you an artist who'd like to teach in the program? We're looking for expressions of interest, and will be scheduling workshops over the next couple of months for the fall, winter and spring semesters. (Stipends are available.)

Contact Bridget Galway by email at

Monday, September 08, 2014


Wednesday, September 10, 2014
7-9 PM
Tufts Administration Building
167 Holland Street, Somerville, MA 02144
Second floor, wheelchair accessible

"Know Your Insects"
SGC member Chris Desjardins holds a PhD. in Entymology. Join him as he shares his knowledge, with a focus on the life cycle of insects found in Somerville gardens.

The Somerville Garden Club meets the second Wednesday of every month. All meetings are free and the public is invited to attend. Each meeting includes club announcements, a horticultural question and answer session, a lecture and/or demonstration, and a raffle of donated plants and garden-related items. You do not have to be a Somerville resident to join the Somerville Garden Club. To learn more about the club visit

Don't miss the big SGC Plant Sale, Saturday, September 20, 9 AM-1PM, in the heart of Davis Square!

Sunday, September 07, 2014


The Somerville Arts Council is pleased to announce James Weinberg as the September Artist of the Month

Whether it is a mural under a bridge, or a book jacket, a band poster, an invitation, it is easy to recognize James Weinberg's distinct character. A designer, illustrator and artist, Weinberg unites the tenacious and bold with whimsy, pulling an audience towards the work and then enchanting that audience to stay with it.

Can you give a brief overview of what you do?
I work in silkscreen printing on paper and have a studio at Miller Street in Somerville. My work tends to be graphic and illustrative and use a lot of typography and textures.

Are there some past projects you’d like to mention in more detail?
I designed a mural commissioned for Assembly Row that is 300 feet wide below the Lombardi Bridge. Working at that scale was new for me and I like the idea of having art be part of the Somerville landscape.

For the full description and images go to:

Saturday, September 06, 2014

Tuesday lost on Friday, September 5, 2014

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The picture is of a 5 month old black Lab named Tuesday, missing from the Concord Ave/ Royal Ave area of Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Friday 5 Sept. The dog has a collar and tags and is tattooed. Please call 617-909-9855 with any sightings or other information.

BRICKBOTTOM GALLERY EXHIBITION - September 7 - October 18, 2014

ANXIETY and RELIEF in the 21st CENTURY, curated by Joanne Desmond and Pauline Lim

Artists: Joanne Desmond, David E. Fallon, Joerg Fraske, Kathryn Geismar, Amy Hitchcock, Asia Kepka, Louise Kohrman, Gaye Korbet, Pauline Lim, Jackie Reeves, Anne Strout, Vicky Tomayko, Paul Weiner.

September 7 - October 18, Opening Reception, Sunday, September 7, 4-6pm

There is no denying that the pace of life is getting faster, the focus of truth is scattered wider and wider, news sources are no longer reliable, and debunking once-sacred beliefs has become the recreational activity of anyone with an internet connection. Yesterday's "super-food" is today's toxin. Even the planet is protesting as we spiral toward the inevitable. It's no wonder that anxiety levels are skyrocketing. How do we cope? Artists, as society's canaries in the coalmine, digest and reflect what is happening in the world around them. Do they create in reaction to anxiety? Are they inspired by anxiety? Does the act of creation bring relief? Art making can be a therapeutic avenue by which we artist are able, if we choose, to transform the anxiety into a form of relief. The word "art" itself provides us a very useful acronym: Acess, Release, Transform. How do you transform anxiety into relief???

Brickbottom Gallery, 1 Fitchburg Street, Somerville, MA 02143,

Aggie needs a new forever home

Aggie has found a new Forever Home!

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From: "Reed C"


I write with hopes that you can help me find a new home for Aggie, the 3 year-old beagle/ (coonhound?) mix that I have been fostering now for eight months. Pictures attached!

As most of you know, I adopted Aggie for my father while home in Mississippi. When my dad rejected her, I tried to return her to the shelter only to find that they had an 80% kill rate. So I brought her to Boston, where the drama began.

Aggie has had a hard time since arriving here. It turns out she had heart worms, which required 16 weeks of treatment while confined to a kennel. She then went into heat (what an adventure- so hot to trot!). She also had some behavioral problems and has undergone a lot of training in order to address them.

She's ready! Can you help me get her straight from my home to a new home? I am determined that she should never feel abandoned again, so I would hate to have to relinquish her to a shelter. Challenges:

* Aggie would be happiest in the country or in a house with a yard. While her training has taken her a long way, city streets make her anxious and she will unpredictably lunge at passersby.
* She likes to be part of a pack. Other dogs in the home would be a plus. I am not sure how she feels about cats.
* Aggie gets along well with people young and old under most circumstances. However, she still has a reactive streak. In new situations (after a car ride, for example, to an unfamiliar place), she should be kept on a short leash and minded carefully.

Aggie is spayed, house trained and kennel trained. She is playful and affectionate. She does't bark that much- only if she sees something marvelous (a rabbit!). If left home alone, she will bark for five minutes in protest.

Please spread the word far and wide, in search of an experienced dog owner with a soft spot for beagles/ hounds! Potential owners should fee free to contact me- Reed Cochran- at this email address: or by phone (617) .

Friday, September 05, 2014



A few of my friends and political colleagues are on the Ballot this Tuesday, September 9th, and I wanted to give you my "Two Cents." In Massachusetts we are blessed with many great and accomplished men and women running for public office, and we're extremely lucky to live in a state with such a wealth of talent. Not to diminish any other candidates, but here are some of my choices for the September 9th Primary. Please vote your conscience, but this is my take.

Leland Cheung for LT Governor: I had a lot of fun making this video for Leland Cheung, who I first met while attending the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.
I was really impressed with him right from the beginning. Leland was getting a Masters in Public Administration from The Harvard Kennedy School and a Masters in Business Administration from MIT and running for Cambridge City Council all at the same time.

I thought I was a workaholic!!!

Not only did he graduate from both programs with flying colors, but he also won election to the Cambridge City Council, where he has served with distinction and is now in his third term. Leland was the No. 1 vote-getter in the 2013 election, and on September 4th, he was endorsed by The Boston Globe for Lieutenant Governor.

Steve Grossman for Governor: I first met Steve in the first few weeks of a life-changing entrepreneurial adventure called Jimmy Tingle's OFF BROADWAY Theater in Davis Square, Somerville.

Steve was running his family business, Mass Envelope, in Somerville and was kind enough to create and execute a mass mailing FREE OF CHARGE to help jump start our theater.
He and his wife, Barbara, are great people and huge supporters of the arts, and Steve brings a unique combination of business, government and political experience to the table.

When I was performing "Jimmy Tingle for President-The Funniest Campaign in History," Steve and Barbara not only attended the show, but he even made a video endorsing me to "lead the nation" on the "Humor for Humanity" ticket.

One good endorsement deserves another, and so it with great pleasure and admiration that I endorse Steve Grossman for Governor! This Week The Boston Globe Agreed!!!
I just hope if Steve's elected he puts Don Berwick in charge of Massachusetts Healthcare.

Warren Tolman for Attorney General: Warren and I go way back to the Clean Elections battles of the late 1990's and early 2000's. He's been a great champion of fairness, justice, progressive values and equality.

Shortly after 9/11 we led a march from the Lexington Green to the Boston Common to advocate for funding for the Clean Elections ballot initiative, which passed with 66% of the vote but was being stymied by House Leadership. He was endorsed this week by Governor Deval Patrick.

MIchael Sullivan for Middlesex County DA: Mike has been a very effective public servant, Cambridge City Councilor and Mayor and has been a family friend going back three generations. He and his family have been involved in local and state politics going back to the 1940's, and I have the confidence in him to continue serving in the fine tradition of his relatives, including his late father, Cambridge Mayor and City Councilor Walter Sullivan, who passed away this August.

Re-Elect State Representative Marjorie Decker of the 25th Middlesex District (Cambridge).
I know Marjorie from the neighborhood going back 30 years, and she has been a tireless worker for the public good as a Cambridge City Councilor and State Rep. She also encouraged me to check out the Kennedy School, where she is also a graduate.
Marjorie is endorsed by NOW, Planned Parenthood, Sierra Club, Clean Water Action, AFL-CIO, Mass Nurses Association and Mass Equality, to name a few.

I am having a lot of Fun & Satisfaction Raising Spirits, Funds and Awareness for Non-Profits and Good Causes, so let us know if you would like to create a great win/win/win event together. Visit our Bookings Page here.

See you soon I hope and please follow me on twitter @jimmytingle
If the Pope can follow me so can you!
I'll follow you back and we'll take over the World!


SOMERVILLE Rock And Roll YARD SALE - September 7, 2014

Join the Somerville Arts Council and What Cheer for their annual ArtsUnion Rock and Roll Yard Sale

When: Sunday, Sept. 7th 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Union Square Plaza

Chris and Jennifer Daltry of What Cheer? in Providence have been putting on their Rock And Roll Yard Sales for almost 10 years now in Rhode Island and also in Massachusetts as part of the Somerville Arts Council’s ArtsUnion program. These events feature local independent sellers offering up a quirky and unique mix of Vinyl Records / Music Related Stuff, Vintage Goods, and DIY Handmade Items - but with a focus on Vinyl Records, the Somerville Rock And Roll Yard Sale is the perfect place to find both bargains and hard-to-find records. Some of New England’s best Record Sellers will be on hand with piles and crates of vinyl to dig through, including LPs, 45s, 78s in addition to CDs, Cassettes, old 8-Track Tapes, Music and Audio Gear + other Music Memorabilia, making for a perfect way to find one-of-a-kind items and support DIY and Independent Small Businesses at the same time.

Check out the Rock and Roll Yard Sale website:

Thursday, September 04, 2014

8th ANNUAL Beyond the Book JURIED EXHIBITION - October 7, 2014

This call for artist's books and book-related art will be happening once again in October. Entries will be accepted at the Faneuil Library in Oak Square, Brighton on Fri. Oct. 3rd, 9 am. till 5 pm., Sat. October 4th 9 am. till 2 pm., and Tues. October 7th, noon till 8 pm. Opening Saturday, October 18th, 2014! Reception from 11 am till 1 pm. at the Faneuil Branch Boston Public Library, Oak Square, Brighton. Entry fee.


Wednesday, September 03, 2014


The next Somerville Local First/Local is for Lovers Marketplace will be on Sept. 14 at the Armory.
We have a very limited number of openings available in what has been a SOLD OUT market season, and it's a great way to test the waters if you've been looking at starting selling your goods at a market and a great crowd even if you're an old pro at the market scene.
Sign up and get details on our Brown Paper Tickets page:
And see our event info here:
Finally, the website for our market is here:, check it out for updates and vendor profiles.
Any questions feel free to email me directly.

Kat Rutkin
Executive Director
Somerville Local First
PO Box 45238
Somerville, MA 02145

(617) 684-5581

Please note that my office hours are Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday (am only). I will return your emails as soon as possible, thanks!

Tuesday, September 02, 2014


Giant Yard Sale Saturday, September 6 from 10AM - 4PM at 311 Forest Hills St., Jamaica Plain, MA

This event is a fundraiser for the non-profit, Cooperative Artists Institute. Items for sale include: household goods, Apple MAC assorted older software and peripherals (Jazz drive, Zip drives, cables, manuals, etc.,) school and office supplies & equipment, electronics, phone recording systems, video editing equipment, a stereo, clothing, many assorted picture frames, 2 microwaves, tons of fabric, women's purses, odds and ends, a vintage racoon jacket, and more. For information contact CAI at 617-524-6378.

Monday, September 01, 2014

MASS MEDIA EXPO - September 6, 2014


Expo Hours 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Eventbrite - Mass Media Expo 2014

Showcasing the most complete range of film and media companies in Massachusetts; including top creative production & post production companies, suppliers, innovative products & organizations. Meet the exhibitors here.

• Mayor Martin J. Walsh – City of Boston
• Anita Walker – Executive Director, Mass Cultural Council
• Margie Sullivan – President, MPC
• Lisa Strout – Director, MA Film Office

A Mass production story on the making of The Finest Hours.
A conversation with the producers and specialists bringing this extraordinary Massachusetts story to screen in Disney’s production of The Finest Hours. The major motion picture brings together a dream team of Producers, Marine Coordinator, and Stunt Coordinator for one of the largest and most highly anticipated films to lens in the Bay state.
Based on the spellbinding tale of the 1952 Coast Guard sea rescue off the shores of Cape Cod – join us for a special panel discussion with the team behind this production, and some of the most prestigious blockbuster sea-faring movies of our time.
• Dorothy Aufiero – Producer
• Doug Merrifield – Executive Producer
• Bruce Ross – Marine Coordinator
• Kevin Scott – Stunt Coordinator
Moderated by: Lisa Strout – Director, MA Film Office
• Learn more about the panel here: Keynote Presentation.

THE WORKING ACTOR 12:30 – 1:30 PM (Fraser Studio)
Meet a panel of distinguished local talent in a special forum where these working actors will take you behind the scenes of what it takes to be a successful actor in Massachusetts. Recognized for their work on screens large and small, the panel of familiar faces will discuss how they “get the gig”, train for auditions, and manage their careers. Topics will include, preparation and training, nailing the audition, and the business of being an actor.
Owen Burke, Chris Everett, Tamara Hickey, Celeste Olivia & Bates Wilder
Moderated by: Jordan Rich, WBZ Boston

• Learn more about the panel here: The Working Actor.

FLASH DEMOS 2:00 – 3:30 PM (Fraser Studio)
See the latest and greatest film and media production tools and products through special demos from these cutting edge companies.
• Rule Boston Camera –
• Signiant –
• Blackmagic Design –
• AJA Video Systems –

• Learn more about the demos here: Flash Demos.

2:15 – 3:30 PM (Yawkey Theater)
How do media innovators succeed in business? Whether your business is production of an independent motion picture or in content / high technology, just about every startup is looking to compete for attention and raise money.
Among the questions to be discussed are: Understanding what investors want and what kinds of investors are out there, how to structure a business with your partners and other founders, understanding the life-cycle of a company after the start up phase, and how to find mentors and learn from the successes and mistakes of others.
• Brett Beaulieu-Jones – Co-founder, Sync OnSet
• Paul Bernon – Producer, Burn Later Productions
• Karl Büttner – Chief Mentorship Officer, MassChallenge
• Joshua Miller – Co-founder, 3Play Media
Moderated by: Mark A. Fischer – Partner, Duane Morris

• Learn more about the panel here: Entrepreneurship in Media, Content & Technology.

4:00 – 5:30 PM (Yawkey Theater)
Learn how WGBH has adapted traditional narrative forms while embracing innovative technology to compete in the changing information marketplace from the producers of the signature ‘GBH programs: American Experience, FRONTLINE, and NOVA.
Introduced by Ed Chuk – Director, WGBH Production Group
• Mike Kirk – Senior Producer, FRONTLINE
• Michael Rossi – Producer, American Experience
• Chris Schmidt – Senior Producer, NOVA
Moderated by: Tim Mangini – Senior Director of Production Technology, WGBH

• Learn more about the panel here: Documentary Series in the Digital Age.

Atrium Media Café 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Throughout the day the beautiful Yawkey Atrium will house a media café to enjoy lunch, coffee & light fare.
Cocktail Reception 5:30 – 6:00 PM
Join us for the Expo closing celebration to cap off a great day with a cocktail reception and hors d’oeuvres.
Eventbrite - Mass Media Expo 2014

How to Register
Advance tickets can be purchased online through Eventbrite.

General Admission is just $25. MPC Member Admission is only $15.
We recommend purchasing tickets online in advance to secure admission.

MPC Membership
Visit our Membership Page to join or renew your annual membership and become part of the Commonwealth’s largest film and media organization.

Click HERE to view the Premium Art Deadlines List.

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