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Joshua Baptista Art Show At Voltage Coffee in Cambridge, MA




A celebration of brain eating zombies and maniacal unicorns. Joshua Baptista, a well known and respected artist, will be displaying his new series beginning April 1st at Voltage Coffee and Art located at 295 3rd street in Cambridge, MA. The show kicks off at 7pm and runs until 10pm.

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Joshua Baptista attended the Accademia di Belle Arte in Viterbo, Italy, in 1998 before earning a bachelor's degree in art from the Montserrat College of Art. In 2005, he attended the Massachusetts College of Art, and in 2009 he earned a master's of fine arts from American University.

In recent years, his work has been exhibited by Enclave Arts, the Katzen Museum, Space 242 in Boston, the Fuller Museum, the Warehouse in DC, as well as RFD Gallery in Swainsboro, Georgia. Since 2007, his work has appeared in over ten different shows, seven different publications, and it is included in two permanent collections. Baptista's work has earned him three different awards, including an Award of Excellence from Montserrat College of Art in 1998.

Since then, Baptista has progressed into the exploration of a world inhabited by zombies, unicorns, and collapsing structures. And yes, it is just as intriguing as it seems and will be on display for all beginning with an opening on April 1st at Voltage Coffee and Art on 3rd Street in Cambridge, MA until May 13th.


Joshua Baptista is a Boston based artist possessing a BFA and MFA who has had his work exhibited in multiple museums and galleries along the East Coast. His work has appeared in over ten different shows, seven different publications, and it is included in two permanent collections. Baptista's work has earned him multiple awards, including an Award of Excellence from Montserrat College of Art.

Since then, Baptista has progressed into the exploration of a world inhabited by zombies, unicorns, and collapsing structures. And yes, it is just as intriguing as it seems and will be on display for all beginning with an opening on April 1st at Voltage Coffee and Art on 3rd Street in Cambridge, MA until May 13th.

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