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CALL FOR ART // Space 242 Presents: Everything That Creeps

CALL FOR ART // Space 242 Presents: Everything That CreepsSpecial Halloween Exhibition at Lincoln Arts Project, one week only (October 26-31, 2012)
-Looking for original "B Movie/Horror Film" Posters -Can use character/monsters that are in the public domain -Not actor names which are copyrighted
-Each artist may submit up to 3 different "horror film posters" for consideration -Each Poster submission should be no smaller than 11" x 17" (Horizontal or Vertical) -Submit each image (jpg) with title of work, no larger than 2MB -Submit via email to DEADLINE: October 3 Show Dates: October 26 - October 31 Reception: October 27, 7-10 PM Lincoln Arts Project The LAP Gallery 289 Moody Street, Waltham

MICE 2012

Art on the Roof: Boston 2012

The bigART ON THE ROOFevent is THIS THURSDAY. Reception is catered and open bar. This event supports a great charity: The Dorchester Community Center for the Visual Arts! Ticket sales benefit DOT ART program. 9/25 is the last day to get discounted tickets.

Featuring artwork by:
Clare Asch
Bruce Barone    
Kelly Burgess
Adam O’Day    
Stacy Scibelli    
Catharyn Tivy
Margaret Rose Vendryes    
Sean Walker

Jurist for Art on the Roof: Boston 2012George WongGeorge Wong, previously the Managing Director of the storied Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY, is the new Director at LaMontagne Gallery. LaMontagne Gallery was founded to create an environment in Boston for the display and sale of emerging contemporary artists. The gallery features visual, sound and performance artists based in Boston and beyond.
Thursday, September 27, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Boston, MA
One Marina Park Drive
14th Floor
Boston, MA

The Nave Gallery: Opening exhibit, "The BIG BAD"

(Somerville, MA) The Nave Gallery presents, "The BIG BAD," a group exhibition curated by Jenn Harrington featuring the work of sixteen local and regional artists. The exhibit runs from October 6–28, 2012, with an opening reception on Saturday, October 6 from 5–7 p.m.

The most wicked adversaries of our imagination return again and again—Buffy the Vampire Slayer's The Master, Mayor Richard Wilkins III, Glory, The First; Dr. Who's the Daleks, the Cybermen, Bad Wolf; Harry Potter's He Who Must Not Be Named; and Battlestar Galactica's "all this has happened before, and all this will happen again." Never mind the classic agents of nightmares—the Devil, the Grim Reaper, the Undead, and untold more. And while our mayor may not ascend into an actual enormous snake, and our lovers do not usually turn to soulless vampires bent on destroying the world via demon-resurrection, and our best friend's eyes don't normally flick to black due to dark magic, ther…

HarborArts Fest Wrap-Up

Our new favorite band, Little War Twins, rocked the stage!  A fabulous sculpture by our good friends, the !nd!v!duals, greeting people at the entrance. A tiny Tofu Squirrel, showing off one of her owl prints!  Another fabulous sculpture by our good friends, the !nd!v!duals, greeting people at the entrance. Our friends Brendan and Zack at the RedHotBox tent.
Zack and Mary were taking photos and videos of the festival throughout the day.  Our friend Gabe Holm at his tent. He runs Thuro in Brookline,
and screen prints a lot of his merch himself!  A gorgeous sculpture at the entrance of the festival. Vendors packed up while the sun set.  The day was a success and everyone had a great time.  We were so lucky to have such nice weather too!  We will be posting the video from RedHotBox studios once it is available.  Stay tuned!

HarborArts Fest 2012! Join in the festivities Saturday, September 22nd!

HarborArts Festival 2012 East Your Art Out! SEPTEMBER 22nd, 2012.  Noon - 5 PM.  Boston Harbor Shipyard & Marina, 256 Marginal St. East Boston.
Half priced rides from City Water Taxi $3 Parking on festival grounds Take the Blue Line to Maverick T Station and Follow the Fish! HarborArts presents HarborArts Festival 2012, the 2 year anniversary celebration of the HarborArts Shipyard Gallery's grand opening; our exhibition of 30 large-scale outdoor pieces of public art by artists from three continents, curated by Randi Hopkins from the ICA. Come enjoy the Artwork, Music, Food & Drinks, Activities, and much more that the HarborArts Community has to offer.

The International Outdoor Gallery is a collection of “art with a purpose.” We would like to invite you to engage in this celebration with us and the Boston art community on September 22nd, 2012.

This year at HarborArtsFest, you will find:

-Live Music

-Delicious local food


-Live artists

Art Contemporary Tours - Boston Center for Adult Education

An Insider’s View of Boston’s Most Distinguished Contemporary Artists at the Boston Center for Adult Education  (BOSTON, MA) –Beginning on October 13th 2012, the Boston Center for Adult Education(BCAE) invites individuals to explore the studios of some of Boston’s most distinguished photographers and painters at its new fall Art Contemporary Tour series. Every Saturday the BCAE will take students on an intimate trip into a local artist’s studio, allowing them an up close and personal look at the artist’s work, process, and unique surroundings.  Kicking off the series on October 13th, 2012 is Judith Tolnick Champa, Editor-in-Chief of Art New England, who will discuss the artistic process, the role of the artist and the art object. The Art Contemporary Tour Series will be held on four afternoons throughout the month of October, and will include instruction by Judith Tolnick Champa, Photographer Ron Ranere, Painter Stephen Silver and Painter Kay Ives. Registration is necessary. Pr…