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Robot G.U.T.S.

2/1/10 - 2/3/10 6:00PM-10:00PM, Reception 2/4/10 6:00-10:00PMMassachusetts College of Art & Design Brant Gallery - 3rd Floor South Hall 621 Huntington Avenue Boston MA

Come join me to answer the age old question, "What is inside a robot anyway?" The answer will surprise you; cogs, fossils, wires, oil, pizzas and more.

Reinventing DIY

I...You...We...ROBOT: A Visual Homage To Our Inner Geek!

SPACE 242, Boston’s Low Brow Destination, proudly announces its January exhibition, I…YOU…WE…ROBOT!, A Visual Homage To Our Inner Geek, featuring artwork inspired by robots in various mediums, by over 70 artists. The exhibition, on view January 29 through February 19 includes paintings, illustrations photographs, mixed media, sculpture, and comics. The opening reception, Friday, January 29 runs from 6-8pm, is free and open to the public with RSVP at www.space242. An artist talk will be held Friday, February 19 from 7-8pm. Gallery hours are Friday evenings 6:30-8pm and Saturdays 11:30am-1pm. To view select images from the exhibition, visit:http://www.flickr.com/photos/space242/sets/

Artists include: Marietta Apollonio, Scott Bakal, Allison Bamcat, E.J. Barnes, Jeff Bartell, Alli Bondi, Craig Bostick, Dan Browne, Kevin Burney, Scott Burns, Alex Carlson, Keenan Cassidy, John Cole, Derrek Coss, Megan Mary Creamer, Eliot Daughtry, Jon Defreest, Jyll Ethier-Mullen, Jamie Fales, Andy Fish, M…

This Saturday Night : Hey I Know That Guy‏

Saturday(6pm-10pm) night at the Washington Street Art Center in Somerville. The exhibit is a group portraiture show curated by the snowproject.org entitled: "Hey I Know That Guy". There will be loads to look at, and purchase.

CA$H FOR YOUR WARHOL

Somerville-based artist Geoff Hargadon brings his mass-produced posters indoors for a closer look. These works pay homage to the "Cash For Your House" signs that can be found in many towns and alongside most major highways. Hargadon posts his "CA$H FOR YOUR WARHOL" signs around Boston and other major cities, a critique and visual quip at the state of the arts in business, experience and education. The series has an accompanying website for interested sellers. Also on view in this exhibition are photographs of Hargadon's thoughtful poster placements.


Wednesday, January 27, 2010
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Montserrat College of Art Gallery
23 Essex Street
Beverly, MA 01915

“Transpositions” 1-21 @ The Distillery

The exhibit “Transpositions” features projects created in response to the unique sonic and visual characteristics of the Distillery Building and its environs. Inspired by the site and context of the location - a mid-19th century former rum distillery currently housing artists, craftspeople, and small businesses - live amplification of real-time events will be combined with recorded works within the spacious room of the Distillery Gallery, exploring themes of transmission and transformation, time and memory, and location and dislocation.

Artists Derek Hoffend, Asher Thal-Nir, and Jed Speare will be showing works employing sound, video, and objects. A collaborative site-specific project will be exhibited alongside pieces initiated by each artist which will complement each other and, to varying degrees, blend together in-situ to form a larger unified atmosphere.

Please join us on January 21 from 6-9 pm for the opening reception.
516 East Second Street
South Boston, MA 02127

PBR Inspired Art Show 1-26 @ Savant Project

Boston, Pabst Blue Ribbon proudly presents: EYE F*CK : a graphic display of PBR originality through the eyes of local Boston area artists + designers.*
Music by DJ Knife (Fresh Produce) + Coatti Mondi (Evolution)* Complimentary Gifts From Pabst Blue Ribbon
For more information, please visit PBRart.com
Savant Project
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
8:00pm - 11:00pm
1625 Tremont St

Spoke Count at Chorus Gallery 1-9-10

Spoke Count is a collaborative installation featuring 100+ small works about bikes by various artists. It is estimated that there currently exist over one billion bicycles in the world- this show will attempt to visualize this (growing) mass of our favorite revolutionary transport.
The show runs from January 9, 2010 and will be up until January 31st.
Chorus Gallery
285 Washington Street #18
Somerville, MA 02143
tel: +1.617.666.6736

Boston Screening of Handmade Nation: The Rise of DIY, Art, Craft and Design

The Video Underground, 4th Wall Project and ML4U will be sponsoring the Boston Screening of Handmade Nation: The Rise of DIY, Art, Craft and Design. If you are in or around Boston, please mark your calendars for Monday, January 18th. It's going to be an awesome night! Faythe Levine, the director, will be there for a Q&A after the screening.

Please check out the Facebook page for full details. Make sure you RSVP, as they will be adding a few more details over the next couple of days


Live Painting and hip hop with iansanity

Should be an all out good time.

iansanity's website: www.imightbeinsane.com