The 2012 Boston Biennial Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Art Presented byThe Biennial Project atThe Gallery at Spencer Lofts December 2012 The theme of TheBoston Biennial 2012 isIlluminating Worlds. We The Biennial Project have light which we pass onto others (that's you). As The Biennial Project's own light shines, we give other people permission to do the same. Our spotlight spills over to all around us and we want the world to see you through us. Did you ever turn on the kitchen lights and watch the roaches scatter in all directions. Things lurk in the dark and when the lights go on shit gets exposed. Whether you worship the sun or think Jesus is the Son of God, we all know we can't live in the dark. Expose your inner self to the world around us. Remember we are only as sick as our secrets. Also don't be beholden to the theme. We just needed to come up something that sounded important. Eligibility Open to all artists. Open to all media, including 2-D, 3-D, sculpture, photography, performance, video, installation mixed media, and art from a kit. All works must arrive properly labeled with name, address, phone, email, and title of work, medium, and price, if applicable. All work must be secured with appropriate hanging hardware in place and ready to hang. Entry and release forms must be completed, signed, and accompanied by appropriate fee. Reproduction of Art Work The Biennial Project reserves the right to reproduce submitted works for Biennial Project printed materials, advertisements, electronic media, internet, television, catalog, DVD, and magazine. Copyright and other rights remain that of the artist. Selection Process Work will be selected from actual art. Jurying will involve viewing the entries individually and making determinations on the basis on the work. Juror Branden Harrington III, noted Boston artist and all around cool guy. The Biennial Project - a world-renowned artist collaborative. Someone else - We are working out the details with a very, very important Boston Art Big Shot. Drop Off, Notification and Pickup of Art Work All entries will be juried from actual work dropped off at Spencer Lofts Gallery, ground floor, 60 Dudley St, Chelsea MA, Sunday and Monday Dec. 2-3 from noon to 6pm. Notification of acceptance will be posted on our blog by 5pm Wednesday Dec 5th. All art not accepted can be picked up at the gallery on December 15th from 3-6pm. Fees There is a non-refundable $25 entry fee for one submission per artist. Make checks payable to The Biennial Project, memo "The Boston Biennial." Sales are encouraged. A 20% commission will be deducted to support the very important work of The Biennial Project. Calendar December 2-3 noon to 6pm Drop off art work December 5th Notification of acceptance on our blog December 15th from 3-6pm Pick up of work not included December 15th 6pm-9pm Exhibition opening and award ceremony Friday December 28th, 2-6 pm Pick up all exhibited art work Contact Information The Biennial Project 80 Border Street East Boston, MA 0212 617 913 1871 www.the-biennial-project.com BostonBiennial2012@gmail.com Here's an entertaining and instructional video with more info on entering the 2012 Boston Biennial:http://youtu.be/4R5wsbtk_vs http://youtu.be/4R5wsbtk_vs
Burlington, MA (April 22, 2014) - As part of Boston ArtWeek 2014, Parisian-based YellowKorner gallery is inviting the artistic community to a delectable tasting of its internationally acclaimed practice of “democratizing” exquisite photographic art, paired with a masterpiece of its native cuisine at Society on High in the Financial District on Tuesday, April 29th beginning at 7pm.
French-born urban landscape extraordinaire, Franck Bohbot, will be featuring his exclusive YellowKorner collection shot at monumental architectural structures throughout France and will conduct a Q&A, as well as an education on the intricacies of producing the highest art form of urban landscape photography.
Society on High owner and renowned French restaurateur, Ian Just, has composed a mouthwatering French Prix Fixe menu for only $25 as YellowKorner introduces guests to a member of its meticulously selected artist roster.
Since opening its very first Massachusetts location in the Burlington Mall …
East Boston, MA: The World Peace Mural Tour will make its way to Boston for a special 4th of July Independence Day installation of a “Handwritten Mural” by renowned Miami artist, Renda Writer. The artist will install a “World Peace” mural on the main exterior wall of Iglesias Bautista Sendas de Fe in East Boston (316 East Meridian St., Boston, MA 02128) on July 4th, starting at 10am. The mural will include the phrase “WORD PEACE” spray-painted repetitiously, in a patriotic mix of red, white, and blue. For more details, check the World Peace Mural Tour Facebook Event.
Boston is the first stop on the “World Peace Mural Tour.” The five-city tour will make its way to Detroit in late July and will then head back East to create murals in Philadelphia and Washington DC in August and New York in September.
The World Peace Mural Tour is an artistic campaign and an ongoing art installation project aimed at enacting worldwide change through the power of the written word and the energy behind the w…