Tomorrow, Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago will be dedicating a large-scale sculpture, “Healing Waters,” by Boston-based artist Mark Davis (represented by the Pucker Gallery). The recently opened Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago is likely one of the most art-focused hospitals in the US. The interior features the involvement of many cultural institutions, including the Art Institute, Lookingglass Theatre, the Joffrey Ballet, Chicago Symphony Orchestra and more. Each floor is decorated with a different theme corresponding to these institutions, and reflective of the hospital’s overall mission of healing through the arts. Standing below the giant whales in the lobby, it’s clear this is not the average, sterile hospital. On November 15, the importance of art to the Lurie Children’s Hospital will be brought outdoors through the dedication of a new sculpture over the driveway entrance. “Healing Waters” by Boston-based Mark Davis is made of blue and green steel…
SMALL WORK EXHIBITION NOVEMBER 29- DECEMBER 20 THURSDAY EVENINGS 6:30-9:00PM RECEPTION DECEMBER 6, 2012 6:30PM - 8:30PM Featuring Artist: Patrick Anderson Zoe Arguello Music: Cello Paulo Cesar Pereira Vocals: Veronique Epiter
The 2012 Boston Biennial Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Art Presented byThe Biennial Project atThe Gallery at Spencer Lofts
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, phot…
the hostess of the fiesta The Day Of The Dead Altar At The Museum The Day Of The Dead Fiesta Band an alter that was made for the event flags at the museum fire breathing dragon that I bought from The Dancing Chickens of Ventura Fabian local artists
The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA), is once again gearing up for their celebrated annual event, the Museum School Art Sale. Happening November 29–December 2, 2012, the Sale is a destination for art collectors and enthusiasts alike who want to discover innovative art by the School’s newest students as well as our alumni and renowned faculty. With thousands of works rotating over the four-day sale—from paintings, photography and jewelry to video, sculpture and more—this is your chance to experience the thrill of your own art discovery. Today’s students could be tomorrow’s art stars: at past Sales you might have found work from Mike and Doug Starn, Lalla Essaydi or Kristin Baker. Who will you discover this year? Click images to enlarge for more information about the event: