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Thursday, November 08, 2018

[somartscouncil] The Somerville Arts Council is pleased to announce the November Artist of the Month - [somartscouncil]

  The Somerville Arts Council is pleased to announce the November Artist of the Mont

Wednesday, November 07, 2018

[somartscouncil] Tomorrow at 7pm! Speaker Series: Creating Live Edge Slabs with an Alaskan Sawmill at Artisan's - [somartscouncil]

  Chris San Antonio Creating Live Edge Slabs with an Alaskan Sawmill Thursday, November 8th, 7:00-8:30PM Live edge lumber can be expensive and difficult to source. Why not make it yourself? This lecture, by local sawyer Chris San Antonio, will focus on the process of producing live edge slabs using an Alaskan sawmill. From “tree to table”, Chris will detail the steps involved in milling, drying and finishing live edge wood. Examples of locally harvested slabs, and Chris’ chainsaw mill will be available for viewing/handling. Facebook Event: https://ift.tt/2NDO6Zv Best,

[somartscouncil] Fw: This Sunday at 4:00, "West Side Story" with Cambridge Symphony Orchestra - [somartscouncil]


Tuesday, November 06, 2018

[somartscouncil] SAC & the AREA Gallery present -Do You Understand What I Am Saying? at the Inside-OUT Gallery - [somartscouncil]


Monday, November 05, 2018

[somartscouncil] Fw: This Sunday at 4:00, "West Side Story" with Cambridge Symphony Orchestra - [somartscouncil]


Friday, November 02, 2018

[somartscouncil] Rev Richard Smallwood w/ Tufts Third Day Gospel, free at Harvard's Sanders Theatre - [somartscouncil]

  You are all cordially invited to hear Richard Smallwood in conversation w/ Prof. Braxton Shelley and in song with the Tufts Third Day Gospel Choir, the Boston University Inner Strength Gospel Choir and Harvard's Kuumba Singers on Monday night, November 19 at 7:30 in Sanders Theatre on the Harvard campus. FREE, and everyone is welcome ! Doors open at 6:45pm. Free parking at Broadway Garage beginning at 5:30 ofa.fas.harvard.edu/totalpraise  The night culminates with a performance of Smallwood’s Total Praise.     __._,_.___ Posted by: musicdpt@fas.harvard.edu Reply via web post • Reply to sender • Reply to group • Start a New Topic • Messages in this topic (1) Have you tried the highest rated email app? With 4.5 stars in iTunes, the Yahoo Mail app is the highest rated email app on the market. What are you waiting for? Now you can access all your inboxes (Gmail, Outlook, AOL and more) in one place. Never delete an email again with 1000GB of free cloud storage.

Thursday, November 01, 2018

[somartscouncil] Day of the Dead Tamale Party: 11/2! - [somartscouncil]


November at the Cambridge Art Association - [somartscouncil]

RED 2018 + new workshops + Viewpoint November 2018 Exhibits & Programs Building a vibrant community through visual art, since 1944 “The precise role of the artist, then, is to illuminate that darkness, blaze roads through vast forests, so that we will not, in all our doing, lose sight of its purpose, which is, after all, to make the world a more human dwelling place.” ~ James Baldwin Greetings! November brings RED, our New England Open Show juried by Dan Byers, to both galleries, sponsored by the Harvard COOP and Gill Fishman Associates. But, you still have a until the end of this week to catch our October exhibits - Creature Comforts and NewMediaArt! This month, we also renew our partnership with Cambridge College, brings Viewpoints to their new Town Common Gallery in Charlestown. I hope you'll mark your calendars for our annual Holiday Show and Sale - featuring original artworks all priced at $100 - December 6th, 6-9pm at our Kathryn Schultz Gallery. It's a festive night of community, live music, and local art - and it's free and open to all! Finally, I hope you'll check out our November workshops - Fun with Letterpress, two different Instagram workshops, and an Artist Statement Writing workshop for the artists out there! You can find our complete workshop listings on our Workshops page. See you at CAA this month! My best, Erin Becker Norma Jean Calderwood Director Cambridge Art Association  Exhibit | RED 2018 On view at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery & University Place Gallery November 8 - December 20, 2018 Opening reception: Thursday, November 8, 6-8pm, in both galleries Artist Talks: November 29 & December 13, 6-8pm each night, at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery Juried by Dan Byers, Director of the Carpenter Center for Visual Arts at Harvard University "Red is an alarm. It is a color that asks—demands—that you pay attention. We are living in a moment of high alert, and danger in this country. For me red signifies this emergency – the degradation of our democracy, of institutions, of empathy.  Many of the art works I saw while jurying this exhibition expressed anger, trauma, and a heightened sense of emotion. The heat of red burned. And yet for many, perhaps most of the works I looked at, red was a character amongst many others, or simply a sharp detail, used to articulate a complex narrative or composition. Red does that – it points things out, makes it difficult to unsee them." ~ from Dan Byer's juror statement Click here for the full list of participating artists and more Pictured above | Paula DeSimone, Day Shift, Monotype with collage, 37x30 inches ; Erica Licea-Kane, Seeing Red, Acrylic medium, acrylic pigment, 16x13 inches Community Collaboration Exhibit | Viewpoints On view at Cambridge College's Town Common Gallery November 2-30, 2018 Juried by Resa Blatman Reception: Thursday, November 15, 6:30-8pm How do individuals and society respond to change? Can art both record and react to the vast changes in our world, if so, how can these viewpoints stimulate real change?  Click here to learn more about Viewpoints Exhibit | Creature Comforts On view at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery Closing Friday, November 2, 2018 Click here to read a review of the exhibit. Click here for more information on Creature Comforts Exhibit | New Media Art On view at University Place Gallery Closing Thursday, November 1, 2018 Click here to read a conversation with the artists. Click here for more information on New Media Art Exhibits | Satellite Galleries Darwin’s LTD | 1629 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA On view: Ricardo Maldonado Click here for location information. Coldwell Banker Mass Ave | 1730 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA On view: Steve Bennett, Timothy Wilson, Philip Young (pictured above left) Click here for location information. The Atrium at 50 Church Street | 50 Church Street, Harvard Square On view: Ann Gagliano (pictured above right) Sponsored by Trinity Property Management Workshop | Writing Your Artist Statement, with Christine Palamidessi Wednesdays, November 7 & 14, 6:30-8:30pm each night at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery $50 | CAA members $75 | General public Click here to register. Workshop | Fun with Letterpress, with Ted Ollier Saturday, November 10, 11am-1pm at Reflex Letterpress 523 Medford Street, Charlestown MA $35 | CAA members $50 | General public * Includes all materials Click here to register. Sunday Figure Drawing Sundays, 10am-1pm No figure drawing on 11/25 at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery, 25 Lowell Street $20 drop-in fee Or purchase a Season Pass - $280 for CAA members, $325 general public. Click on the links to purchase. Click here for our complete schedule. Image courtesy of Gin Stone Workshop | Instagram for Visual Artists, with Molly Akin Thursday, November 15, 11:30am-1pm at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery | 25 Lowell Street $25 | CAA members $40 | General public Click here to learn more and register Workshop | Selling Your Art on Instagram, with Julia Powell Wednesday, November 28, 6:30-8pm at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery | 25 Lowell Street Moderated by Margaret Sheldon, co-host of Artists Helping Artists podcast $25 | CAA members $40 | General public Click here to learn more and register Cambridge Art Association | 617-876-0246 | cambridgeart.org Kathryn Schultz Gallery & Offices | 25R Lowell Street, Cambridge MA 02138 | Tuesday - Saturday, 11am-5pm University Place Gallery | 124 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge MA 02138 | Monday - Friday, 9am-6pm, Saturday 9am-1pm ‌ ‌ ‌ Cambridge Art Association | 25 Lowell Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 Unsubscribe artdeadlineslist@gmail.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by info@cambridgeart.org in collaboration with Try it free today

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

[somartscouncil] Audition for Burning! - [somartscouncil]


[somartscouncil] DO NOT MISS THIS - Somerville performers featured in LAUGHTER LEAGUE LIVE November 1 in Boston [1 Attachment] - [somartscouncil]

  [Attachment(s) from jbpr@comcast.net included below] Laughter REALLY is medicine and we prove it every day. The Laughter League will debut LAUGHTER LEAGUE LIVE, a one-of-kind benefit evening of comedy celebrating the work of the Laughter League Healthcare Clown team at Boston Children’s Hospital. The benefit will be held Thursday, November 1, 2018, in the Virginia Wimberly Theatre, Calderwood Pavilion at Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont Street, South End. Performance is at 7:30 PM. Tickets for performance: $50 adults, $30 children 12 and under. Special VIP Cocktails and Clowns pre-show at 6:30 pm. Get up close and personal with the Laughter League performers ($100).  Tickets will go on sale in September. For tickets visit bostontheatrescene.com or call 617-933-8600 or in person at the Boston Theatre Scene box office. For general information visit laughterleague.org. 
 The Laughter League Clown Program Team features Brian Dwyer (Dr. Gon Golphin), Jay Stewart (Doc Skeeter), Jeffrey Smithson (Dr. Bafu), Meryl Galaid (Dr. Dazzle), Mal Malme (Dr. Mal Adjusted), Joe Howard (Dr. Joekelele), Robb Preskins (Dr. Gonzo), Leah Abel (Dr. Bucket Buster), Jenny Oberhauser (Dr. BeBopper), BB Widdop (Nurse BB), and Laughter League founders, Dick Monday (Dr. Monday) and Tiffany Riley (Dr. Slappy). Every day for the past 22 years, through the work of the Laughter League, teams of professionally trained performers transform pain and worry into moments of light and laughter. Locally, these hospital performers “write prescriptions” for laughter to support healing in pediatric care settings at Boston Children’s Hospital. 
 “Laughter League performers work closely with Child Life Departments and Medical staff to identify patients in need of a laugh,” says Laughter League president Tiffany Riley. “Performers are integral parts of the circle of care in many hospitals, providing distraction during procedures, encouraging kids to walk, eat, take medicine, or simply empower them for a few moments during their hospitalization. Our programs instill moments of joy when illness and disease take a back seat to simply being a kid.” 
Laughter League is a 501(c)3 organization committed to improving the lives of the children and families they serve through the transformational power of laughter. Laughter League currently provides laughter care at Boston Children's Hospital, Hasbro Children's Hospital in Rhode Island and Cook Children's Medical Center in Texas. There are professional medical clown programs in more than twenty-five countries, including Israel, France, Holland, Brazil, Canada, Australia and beyond. 
 Special thanks to the League of the Boston Children's Hospital. __._,_.___ Attachment(s) from jbpr@comcast.net | View attachments on the web 1 of 1 Photo(s) Boston_group_invitefront.jpg Posted by: jbpr@comcast.net Reply via web post • Reply to sender • Reply to group • Start a New Topic • Messages in this topic (1) Check out the automatic photo album with 1 photo(s) from this topic. Have you tried the highest rated email app? With 4.5 stars in iTunes, the Yahoo Mail app is the highest rated email app on the market. What are you waiting for? Now you can access all your inboxes (Gmail, Outlook, AOL and more) in one place. Never delete an email again with 1000GB of free cloud storage.

[somartscouncil] Next weekend: SORRY Project Nov 3-4; reception Sun, Nov 4, 3-5pm - [somartscouncil]


Monday, October 29, 2018

[somartscouncil] request your help and support for our ArtFarm capital project. - [somartscouncil]

  Hello.  I’m writing to request your help and support for our ArtFarm capital project.   As many of you know, or have participated in community meetings (thank you again), ArtFarm is a capital project for the City of Somerville to convert the former 2.1 acre waste transfer site into a “creative commons”    We conducted over 7 public meetings and have determined to focus on area that would transform the site and serve the broader community.  The site’s utility will provide: ·        2.1 acres of open space/passive recreation that will include; ·        5,500 sq. ft. ArtBarn to provide indoor space for performances, meetings, gallery space, a future/potential café space; ·        Community gardens for the general public ·        Large outdoor civic space for events and passive recreation ·        Urban agricultural initiatives with our current partners of Groundwork, Green City Growers, and the City’s own Shape up Somerville.  (these partnerships and activities are currently operational.) Just recently we submitted a grant proposal for the third time (we withdrew the application the previous submittals due to construction timelines, etc.) to the Community Preservation Committee to support ArtFarm as we move forward in finalizing design development, construction documents in hopes of starting constructio

[somartscouncil] Call for Artists @ SMC Gallery [1 Attachment] - [somartscouncil]


[somartscouncil] This Saturday! Free walking tour of 70s countercultural Union & Inman - [somartscouncil]

  Hi all, Hope you can join me!

[somartscouncil] Poet to Poet: Writer to Writer - [somartscouncil]


[somartscouncil] November 3, Aardvark Jazz Orchestra CD Release Concert - [somartscouncil]


[somartscouncil] Update: Yildiz Grodowski - Artist reception date change to November 3 - [somartscouncil]

  Hello all— Please note that the opening reception for the current exhibition at Somerville Media Center "In My Mind" will be held Saturday, November 3 from 11am - 1pm.  We hope to see you all then! Additional details Facebook event Best, Erica Jones

Friday, October 26, 2018

[somartscouncil] Fabric & Yarn pick-up this Sunday - [somartscouncil]

  Hi all, The Nave has a lot of fabric and yarn left from a recent fiber swap. If you are in need of items, please stop by this Sunday, 12:30-2:00 pm to pick items.  Everything is free Please do not bring items to donate If you are interested, we are still collecting food and toiletries for the Somerville Homeless Coalition Thanks, Tori 

[somartscouncil] Sunday 10/28/18 @Xit The Bear - [somartscouncil]


Thursday, October 25, 2018

[somartscouncil] Fwd: Less Than One Week to Apply: Next Steps for Boston Dance - [somartscouncil]

  Hello all, forwarding this info from The Boston Foundation and The Aliad Fund for any dance artists who might want to apply. Please forward widely!

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