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NEW SPINS // PLAYING WITH DOLLS - LAP Gallery

 

NEW SPINS // PLAYING WITH DOLLS

We are excited to announce our next two shows -- featuring our first solo show and our first use of the galleries for duel exhibits.
NEW SPINS (Entrance Level)
Inspired by a digital age that encourages the remixing of musical content, this show attempts to recreate that same energy and practice into the visual medium. New Spins is a curated collection of visual re-interpretations of album artwork of the past, featuring 25 local artists.
PLAYING WITH DOLLS (Lower Level)
Rear ends, plastic, and dirty words; new stuff by Brooklyn-based artist Charlie Smith.
RECEPTION: Friday, September 28, 7-10 PM (Featuring Live Music from DJ Mars Stackmon) 
Show Dates: September 26 - October 20
Gallery Hours: Wed - Fri 4-9 PM, Sat 2-8 PM or by appointment.

Event info
HERE.
LAP Gallery
289 Moody Street, Waltham MA
http://www.facebook.com/LincolnArtsProject

DIRECTIONS

Parking in rear of building, and on street.

Accessible by:

Commuter Rail (Stops in Porter Sq & North Station)
Buses
70, 70A (Central Sq/Allston/Brighton)
170 (Back Bay, Dudley Sq)
505, 553, 554, 556, 558 (Downtown Boston)

Check MBTA trip planner: 
http://www.mbta.com/

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